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Living & Eating
Upon entering this Parsons Green vacation rental, you will be welcomed by the spacious open plan living room and adjoining kitchen, with a dining area towards the back of the property. A small private patio garden is found through French doors leading off the dining room, allowing plenty of light to fill this space.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Upstairs you’ll find the two bedrooms. The master bedroom is complete with UK super-kingsize (6ft wide) bed, the second with standard UK double (4.5ft wide) beds, and both share a family bathroom with a shower over bath, WC and basin.
Access & Layout
The home is set over two floors, with access at street level.
On Your Doorstep
The vacation rental is located a five minute's walk from Putney Bridge underground station, which will take you via the District Line to Westminster in under 20 minutes, together with plenty of other must see London sightseeing destinations. Closer to home you will find plenty of restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops. This is a traditional family neighbourhood but growing apace thanks to its easy access to the heart of the city.
This quiet residential neighbourhood boasts a wealth of local amenities, including an excellent pub, local butcher and cafe all within a few minute’s walk of the front door. Parsons Green is just a moment's walk from the vacation rental, boasting two fabulous restaurants side by side; Claude's Kitchen and Cote. The Fulham Road, with its endless shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes, cinemas and theatres attests to its status as the new go-to place for upscale attractions. On the boundary between Chelsea and Fulham, any veteran sports fan seeking to catch a glimpse of 2012 F.A. Cup winners and European Champions, Chelsea F.C., can book a seat for a home game at the Stamford Bridge stadium located just next to Fulham Broadway station. This holiday rental also borders the famous King’s Road, a delightful mix of chain stores and high-end boutiques. The area is home to the impressive exhibitions at the Saatchi Gallery, the horticultural displays of the Chelsea Physics Garden and the splendor of Sir Christopher Wren’s Royal Hospital, which plays annual host to the Chelsea Flower Show.