Homely Georgian town house, Grade II listed, located in Central Camden a few minutes from the Camden Market, The Jazz Café, Dublin castle, and Regents Park, 7 min walk to Primrose Hill village. The house is situated over 4 floors and the building is nearly 200 years old. We have a fluffy white dog - who comes away with us, he is on the photos, he has fur rather than dog hair so some people who are generally allergic to dogs find they are not allergic to him.
Most people find him very friendly. We have some antiques in the house and special plaster finishes so we do ask people to be careful, take shoes off, relax and
enjoy the house and leave it who it was, we have had some lovely visitors, smoking is for the garden and I don't allow parties in the house except dinner parties, for which there is a large marble table.
Around the corner to enjoy Canal Trips, London Zoo, Hampstead Heath, Madam Tussauds, Walking distance to the British Museum and 2 minutes to bus stops to all London locations. Close to West End, 3 tube stops from Kings Cross Eurostar, City , 2 min to Mornington Crescent tube and 5 min to Camden tube station.
Smart home with large rear garden. Arranged over 4 floors, 2 double bedrooms, pull down double contemporary sofa bed in living room. Fitted kitchen, bathroom with shower.
Surround sound stereo, phono and 3D TV in living room and dinning room next to kitchen. All lights on dimmers.
Deposit required GBP250 upon arrival and will be returned on the day of departure.
Camden is located in North Central London and is famous for Camden Market and the wide range of bars and clubs that daily hosts many gigs. Camden is amazing for a day and night out! Around the corner you can enjoy a calmer environment in the beautiful Regents Park, which is also the location for Madame Tussauds.
From Camden Station you can take the Northern Line, which will take you to Oxford Street within 10 minutes. Oxford Street is the main shopping street in London with shops such as Selfridges and Debenhams. Most attractions of London are within easy reach, such as Piccadilly Circus, Madame Tussauds and Tower of London. Hyde Park is located west of Oxford Street where you will find Kensington Gardens. If you walk through the park you will reach Kensington where you can find the famous department store Harrods and plenty of museums, for example Natural History museum and Science museum.
If you want to enjoy the extensive night life London has to offer, there are also plenty of buses and night buses running 24/7 from all directions in London.