This charming flat is located in one of London's premier addresses, within a Nash house located on the outer circle of Regents Park. The apartment occupies the basement of a family home and has been made available through the younger generation having now gone their separate ways.
The apartment comprises: one very large room with a king sized double bed and a sitting area, with sofa and chair, TV, DVD, stereo and wireless facilities; a very small well equipped, kitchenette with microwave, small oven, 2 hot plates, refrigerator, and all basic cooking utensils (but not a kitchen fit for gourmet cooks); a modern bathroom with a full sized bath, separate shower, wash hand basin and toilet; an attractive, stone paved, hallway; small outside terrace.
Access to the apartment is at ground level through the family front entrance, but with a private stone staircase leading down into what is a dedicated and private floor.
A second double beroom can be made available for additional cost
Possble extra bedroom: While the normal rentals include just the 1 bedroom, there is a second adjacent double bedroom in the basement area that could under special circumstances be made available for an extra rental. This room will not be used by anyone else while the basement is let out. It has another double bed but furniture and cupboard space is limited since this is used to store family stuff. Patio doors lead out onto a second small basement garden area with fountain.
Kitchenette: This is really only suitable for light duty cooking. Although it has all basic facilities and equipment, it would be unsuitable for anyone with ambitions to prepare gourmet meals. Most equipment is provided but anything not there can be supplied by the owners.
Located within the world famous Regent's Park with its open spaces, gardens, cafes, boating lake, and the London Zoological gardens all within strolling distance, the apartment is ideally placed to enjoy a relaxing holiday right at the heart of London. Running across the park is the Regent's Canal with attractive towpath walks in one direction to Little Venice and the Grande Union Canal and in the other direction to the the markets of Camden Lock and on to eventually reach the Thames at Limehouse Basin. On the northern fringe of the park are the gourmet magnets of Primrose Hill and St John's Wood, where the Abbey Road Studios made famous in the 60's by the Beatles attract visitors from around the world. On the southern fringe of the park is the exclusive Marylebone and the squares of Bloomsbury. Just a little further south, and within a pleasant walking distance, are all the attractions of London's West End, with all its theatres, museums, art galleries, palaces, restaurants.
Other Activities: London's theatres, opera houses, concert halls, museums, restaurants, bars, zoo, gardens
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency () unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.