Rent my 3 bed House, East LondonLondon, United Kingdom
£ 1950 per week
3 bedroom maisonette in Hackney, London Beautiful, bright, three-bedroom maisonette over top three floors in Victorian terraced house, with wrought iron balcony and spiral staircase descending into shared garden. Sitting room, dining room, eat-in kitchen overlooking the garden, one generous bathroom, three double bedrooms. Fully furnished, with superkingsize bed (=American kingsize), full bed (American double), and kingsize bed (American queen). Located in Hackney, near Dalston and London Fields. Named coolest neighbourhood in London by Vogue, with lots of amenities, bars, restaurants, shops; largest outdoor heated swimming pool in London; parks; farmers' markets; lots of resources for children.
LOCAL AREA & AMENITIES London Fields Park An Olympic sized swimming pool right on your door step! The open-air pool is 5 min walk away away on the north side of the park. It's open seven days a week and doesn't close until the sun goes down. There are also tennis courts within the park. http://www.hackney.gov.uk/c-londonfields-lido.htm Broadway Market 10 min walk away, Broadway Market features a collection of cafes, pubs, restaurants, a butcher, fish monger, florist, book shops, antique shops, fashion shops, delicatessen's and news-agents. On Saturday between 9am - 5pm there is a farmers market with over 80 stalls. They also have craft, music, art and jewellery stalls. http://www.broadwaymarket.co.uk/www.broadwaymarket.co.uk/welcome.html Columbia Road Columbia Road is London's principle flower market devoted to selling plants, flowers, garden fittings and gardening equipment. This popular London street market has a friendly atmosphere, lots of cafes and sells plants and flowers at excellent value prices. It happens once a week every Sunday. http://columbiaroad.info/ Shoreditch Thriving, creative community with plenty to offer including great restaurants, shops, a cinema, street markets and music venues. http://www.shoreditchlife.com/ Hoxton Full of cutting edge bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants, music venues and art galleries. Vibrant area with lots to discover. http://www.information-britain.co.uk/county16/townguideHoxton/ Victoria Park Olympic coverage as well as live music entertainment. http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/whatson/olympic-festival-at-victoria-park-article-10568.html Central London Take the train from Dalston Junction to Highbury and Islington (1 stop), and from there you can get a connection via tube to any part of London. Oxford Street, Hyde Park, Covent Garden, Kensington, Soho, Buckingham Palace, the South Bank etc... are all easily accessible. Plan your journey here. http://www.tfl.gov.uk/
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Joined January 22, 2012
Joined January 22, 2012