- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception
MyLondonHome are pleased to offer this first floor apartment arranged over 731 sq ft set within this period building.
The apartment comprises 2 double bedrooms one with en suite shower room. The reception room has French door leading to its sole use of a front facing terrace. The apartment has a further family bathroom and fitted kitchen.
Kensington High Street is a fantastic location with many shops, cafés and restaurants.
Kensington Gardens is a short walk away. The closest underground station is Kensington High Street.
Pets are accepted at this property at the landlords discretion.
Close to High Street Kensington and Holland Park, the newly re-decorated apartments benefit from lift access and lots of natural light and is available either as a furnished or unfurnished let.
- Two Bedrooms
- Beautifully furnished
- Newly redecorated
- Attractive communal garden
- Lift Access
- Great Location
- LocationLocated within a 15-minute walk away is the greenery of Kensington Gardens, where you will find Kensington Palace. In the heart of stylish Kensington, and situated just off the Museum Mile, which includes the Natural History, Science and V&A Museums and a 5-minute walk from Earls Court and Olympia as well as the exclusive shops of High Street Kensington.
- KensingtonKensington is one of Londons most desirable areas with its mix of grandeur and charm. Its grandeur comes from Kensington Palace, home to several members of the Royal Family, and the enclaves of splendid mansions along Kensington Palace Gardens and Holland Park. Its charm comes from its shopping parades and its green spaces: Holland Park, Kensington Gardens merging with Hyde Park, and numerous garden squares in between.The Royal Borough (given Royal status in 1901) has been home to the monarchy since 1689. The well- tended gardens at Kensington Palace are open to the public, as are those of Holland Park. When it comes to shopping, Kensington High Street has every high street brand you can think of with the landmark Barkers building, now Whole Foods, reminding us of the streets history in retail supremacy. With popular parks, museums and shops in easy reach and a crowd of competing hotels nearby, Kensington is brilliant for tourists wanting to be that little way out of the centre.
- TransportUnderground-High Street Kensington Underground Station (Zone 1) is served by the Circle and District lines and Notting Hill Gate Underground Station are served by the Circle, District and Central lines.Gloucester Road Underground Station (Zone 1) is also within reach and is served by the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines. Overground-The nearest Overground station is Kensington Olympia Station (Zone 2) which is a combined rail and tube station, and is served by the London Overground line which travels as far as Zone 9, with the District line also available via this station.Bus routes-Numerous buses from Kensington High Street serve central London including the 10, 27, 9, and 70.Car -Bisecting Kensington is the A4 which leads straight out to the M4 therefore for those wanting easy access to Heathrow Kensington is an ideal place to live.The A40 is also very close to the centre of Kensington which provides easy access to the west of England.