This home is in a good location in West London, close to several underground train stations and just off a main busy road of shops and restaurants. Hammersmith is popular for its abundance of leisure activities and variety of restaurants which offer internationally-influenced cuisines.
As you enter the home you will find a living area on the left which has wooden flooring throughout and a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere with comfy sofas and footstools facing a fireplace. The cubist artwork and ambient lighting pull the room together nicely and add character. The adjoining 4-seater dining area leads nicely to a lovely conseravtory space with terracotta floors and a glass roof pouring in light. You can access a paved garden which is wonderful for enjoying a drink in the fresh air on a warm summer’s day. The adjoining kitchen comes with everything you will need during your stay, such as the essential dishwasher, washing machine, juice blender and gas hob.
The master bathroom is located on the first floor, and comes complete with both a soaking bath tub and separate shower, so guests can choose their preference! Additionally, there is a convenient WC on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms upstairs which have a similar design with one super-king and the other a double bed, and built in wardrobes. The final bedroom is located up another flight of stairs on the top floor of the house; it has a raised level with a single bed as well as a study area with computer desk and a TV for guests to enjoy.
There is an abundance of excellent eateries in this area, with many conveniently dotted along King Street which is minutes from you with stylish cafés, sushi bars, a variety of restaurants as well as an organic food store and supermarkets. You are a short distance from the River Thames, which can be reached by foot in just 5 minutes; whilst enjoying the embankment perhaps stop for hearty lunch or a drink in the famous Dove pub. This charming public house dates back to the early 18th century, and is rumoured to have inspired poets and other historical figures!
Hammersmith is known for the huge Apollo concert hall which is a popular filming location in addition to being host to concerts and comedy shows! Book tickets well in advance through the official Hammersmith Apollo website to guarantee you don’t miss your favourite performances! You can reach the Apollo in minutes via one of several buses along Lamington Street. Hammersmith train station is fantastic for getting around as it connects to four major train lines. The District line will take you directly to Westminster and Victoria for Buckingham Palace, whilst the Piccadilly line is ideal for reaching Leicester Square, the home of movie premiers and great theatres!