The flat is situated in the best part of west London. It is a one bedroom apartment, bright and airy with open plan kitchen and living room, high ceilings, massive double glazed windows, parking place, and a nice terrace with a beautiful garden!A bright, modern, brand new apartment 10 minutes walk from Sheperds Bush (Central Line) and Goldwark Road (Circle Hammersmith & City Lines), and Stamford Brook (District Line). tube stations (Zone 2). There is a parking place for one car (plus off-street parking) and near-by gym. One bedroom with a double bed, big wardrobe, separate bathroom with shower and...
tub, comfortable living room, modern kitchen/open plan dining area, spacious terrace with a nice garden. All the charm of this apartment: high ceilings, solid wood flooring, designer furniture, beautifully modernized with an open plan feel. Spacious and light. Lovely open plan kitchen/dining area for entertaining.The whole apartment, including all kitchen appliances, TV, washing machine and unlimited wireless internet are newly installed.The neighborhood is very calm. The apartment is within 5 minutes by bus from the famous shopping Centre Westfield , where you can buy anything, you want, or watch the movies in the cinema Vue . The area is populated by a mixture of young professionals, artists with a chic vibe. The central shopping area has a variety of interesting shops, including bookstores, food shops, record stores and antiques shops.Guests are welcome to use the clean, modern fitted kitchen to cook for themselves or have a choice of good restaurants on the Chiswick High Road, many of which offer free delivery. There is a local supermarket couple of minutes away.Enjoy our little terrace for al fresco dining.The bathroom is bright, warm and newly fitted with hot water on tap.A washing machine and iron are available on the premisesSet above a looping section of the Thames, Chiswick is a riverside village turned desirable suburb, where attractive period properties and generous green space line up alongside a vibrant mix of shops and restaurants to lure residents in for the long term. The area's genteel charms, though, don't mean it's off the transport map. With good road connections, links to Heathrow and only a half hour's journey from the West End, the area is a commuter's paradise. In addition, the schools and pretty period homes lure families, while young professionals are drawn to the bustling Chiswick High Road and proximity to the Thames. These new residents add even more vibrancy and diversity to what historically was a creative area. For many years Chiswick was a stronghold of artsy liberals, and several Bedford Park homes were initially built with artists' studios to cater to this population. Evidence of a progressive attitude is seen in the very structure of these homes - very few properties in this corner have cellars, a relic from the days when liberal leaning residents would choose to house their servants in the attic rather than the basement. Today residents from all walks of life have formed a strong, peaceful community, interrupted just once a year when Chiswick's riverside location brings hordes of spectators to its eponymous bridge, which marks the finishing point of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. Fact fileOne of only four along the Thames, Chiswick has its own lifeboat station.Chiswick gets its name from the Old English for 'cheese farm'.Chiswick Bridge was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1933, and now marks the finishing point of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.Beer has been brewed on the site of the Fuller's Griffin Brewery on the bank of the Thames at Chiswick for 350 years.The Battle of Turnham Green, an early English Civil War skirmish of 1642, ended in stalemate, saving London from Royalist attack.Ant and Dec live in Chiswick just 150 metres from each other.Architecture and propertyChiswick locals are passionate about their neighbourhood's property and have campaigned to protect its beautiful homes for decades. Thanks to these efforts, pretty Victorian cottages, large Edwardian homes and elegant Georgian riverside properties have been preserved. One particularly vocal resident was poet John Betjeman, who described Bedford Park as 'the most significant suburb built in the last century, probably the most significant in the western world'.Indeed Bedford Park is thought to be the world's first garden suburb, with several properties designed by iconic architect Richard Norman Shaw in the 1870s. His houses have retained their picturesque red brick frontages and line the streets around The Avenue, including Fielding Road and Whellock Road. Some of the area's largest detached homes can be found on Milnthorpe Road and Grove Park Gardens and often boast off street parking and large gardens. More modest housing can be found in the area's modern blocks of flats and apartments such as those along Chiswick High Road.
|Rental Fee||$80||Property Type||Vacation|
|Bedrooms||1||Community||Stunning One Bedroom In West End|
|Size||Not available||Pets Allowed||Please inquire|
|ID #||35927666||Provided By||FlipKey|
|Direct Link||rentalsource.com/35927666||Last Updated||2 days ago|
Minimum stay required: 3 nights. Maximum occupancy: 4 guests.
Vacation rental in the Stunning One Bedroom In West End community in Aiken, SC 29805 has 1 beds, 1 baths and available to rent for $80. The property was listed on RentalSource 142 days ago via FlipKey. The property is in zip code 29805 which is located in Aiken, SC.Report listing | Visit website