Charming & Minimalist 2bed Flat - South Kensington
London, London, City of, United Kingdom SW10 9BT
This modern and minimalist flat in popular South Kensington is the perfect base for your family trip to London!
The wooden floors and the cream sofas give a cosy feel to the living room, making it a delight to come back to after a day out exploring the city.
The kitchen is fully equipped and you'll find all the essentials to cook a lovely family meal.
Both bedrooms provide access to the charming balcony, ideal for your morning coffee or for an afternoon cup of tea.
This charming flat is on the second floor (no lift) of a Victorian period building. The open plan living/dinning room is flooded with light and is decorated to give you a cosy feel.
The kitchen is fully equipped and you'll find all you need to cook a delicious meal.
The bedrooms are on a lower level (just a few steps down). The master bedroom boasts a comfortable queen size bed and the second bedrooms is perfect for the children with 2 single beds.
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This flat is perfectly located in South Kensington but minutes away from Chelsea.
South Kensington has held its place on the map as an area of cultural and scientific importance since the Great Exhibition of 1851, and some of the world’s prestigious museums and universities grandly line up along Exhibition Road. With the natural history museum, Royal Albert Hall and V&A attracting such vibrant mix of people, it's easy to forget that this is a residential area as well.
The jewel in South Ken’s dazzling crown is surely its proximity to the historic and beautiful Hyde Park. South Kensington is location to the west of central London, Chelsea to the south, Hyde park directly north and Hammersmith to the west.
South Kensington has branches of almost every supermarket chain, and locals enjoy an unprecedented range of independent organic shops and several weekly farmers’ markets. On Saturdays the market takes place in the Bute Street and on the Tuesdays its on the Queens lawn at Imperial College. The Whole Foods Market on Kensington High Street offers free parking for shoppers and also provides a delivery service.
South Kensington locals want for very little when it comes to retail therapy with the legendary Harrods and Harvey Nichols on the doorstep. Those looking for a more intimate shopping experience may prefer the boutiques along Brompton Road, Fulham Road and Bute Street, where you can find The French Bookshop, Moxon’s Fishmongers and toy shop Snap Dragon. Kensington High Street, and Chelsea’s Sloane Square and King Road are all nearby.
Chelsea is an iconic area in London which unsurprisingly draws guests from all around the world. Walk down the King's Road to visit some of the best boutiques, restaurants and bars in London. Duke of York Square is just off King's Road on the way to famous Sloane Square and on Saturdays it showcases the best of British produce at the Fine Food Market, curated by Partridge's.
Synonymous with Chelsea is football, so pop over to Stamford Bridge for a guided tour if you're a fan!
For those interested in the arts, you will find the Royal Court Theatre, Cadogan Hall and the Saatchi Gallery. The Royal Hospital, home to the Chelsea Pensioners and the venue for the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, comes highly recommended.
Both Earl's Court (Piccadilly and District lines) and West Brompton (District Line and Overground) stations are under a 10 minute walk from the flat.
Less than 5 minutes away you'll find a bus stop:
C3 (Clapham Junction, Imperial Wharf, Earls Court)
328 (Kings Road, Earls Court, High Street Kensington, Notting Hill, Westbourne Park).