This 1 bedroom flat is located a few minutes’ walk from Gloucester Road tube Station, which itself provides an easy access to the City and many of its renowned landmarks. The flat is on the first floor of a typical London building, with no lift, perfect for you to experience your stay like a real Londoner!
The audaciously spacious living room is ideal for you to relax after a long day of sightseeing in this great City. This typical London flat is equipped with all modern amenities such as a widescreen TV and a comfortable sofa that can be converted into a bed - it can easily accommodate 2 people.
The dining area is adjacent to the living room and its dining table, which can sit up to 4 people, is perfect for a family or convivial dinner. The kitchen is very modern and clean and contains all modern amenities such as an oven, microwave, coffee maker and all kitchen utensils you will need for your stay.
The bedroom is brightly lit and comfortable with storage spaces to store away your belongings safely. The modernly fit bathroom houses feel-good shower areas and storage.
This is a perfect flat for 4 people to stay, and we want to take this opportunity to welcome you to your home away from home!!
Description - Fulham
Located in Hammersmith and Fulham Borough, Fulham is a quiet, upscale residential neighborhood in West London.
Appreciated for its peace and friendliness, Fulham is a leafy area full of parks and green spaces: between Bishop's Park, Fulham Gardens, and Parsons Green, the greenery is ubiquitous and gives a special charm to this typical London neighborhood.
Stroll through the colorful alleyways of North End Road Market, a popular market where you'll find fresh fruits and vegetables at great prices. Go jogging near the Hammersmith Bridge or Putney Bridge with the Thames as a backdrop and learn to rowing.
Renowned for its bourgeois charm, gourmet restaurants and prestigious football clubs (Fulham and Chelsea), Fulham is a village-like neighborhood lined with Victorian and Edwardian homes. Attentive observers will be sensitive to the characteristic Georgian architecture of Parsons Green, the lung of the neighborhood.