Superb Chiswick 3 bedroom apartment
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A very charming 3 double bedroom ( 2 x Kingsize bed, 1 x Double bed) ground floor apartment which has recently been refurbished and redecorated to a high standard. The property features unlimited WIFI, wooden floors throughout, a lovely sitting room with flat screen TV, two sofas and a study area, a good sized kitchen with dining area and a fabulous new shower (Website hidden by Airbnb) property is located on Flanders Road and is therefore close to both Stamford Brook and Turnham Green underground stations. Going out Eating and drinking: The wide boulevard like Chiswick High Road offers the main supply of shops, cafes and restaurants, including a branch of Neapolitan pizza sensation Franco Manca. Tables spill out onto the pavement, providing lots of opportunity for people watching. Away from the chains, cherished local eateries include the sophisticated yet welcoming La Trompette on the neighbourly Devonshire Road and the Michelin starred Hedone on the High Road. Pleasant riverbank watering holes serve pints of London Pride from Fuller’s historic Griffin Brewery, a site that has been producing beer since the time of Oliver Cromwell. Chiswick has more than its fair share of good patisseries, including Patisserie Valerie, Maison Blanc and Outsider Tart. Culture: Chiswick House and its landscaped gardens are open to the public, as is the one time home of William Hogarth, the 18th century artist and satirist whose Chiswick country retreat was a world away from the seedy side of London life he’s famous for depicting. There’s a lively comedy scene and the Headliners Comedy Club at The George IV pub is popular with locals on Friday and Saturday nights. Children and adults alike love the classes at Chiswick Theatre Arts, while those who prefer to stay in the audience make for the Tabard Theatre. Outdoors: There’s plenty to interest sporty types with tennis courts, golf course, playing fields and rowing clubs all close by. Dukes Meadows Golf and Tennis is a local favourite. Local amenities Walking into Fosters’ Bookshop is like taking a step back in time. Based in the oldest shop on Chiswick High Road, the family run business specialises in old and rare texts, as well as illustrated children’s books. For everyday reading, locals can pop into Chiswick Library on Duke’s Avenue. The Food Market Chiswick is popular with families looking to fill their kitchens with the finest fresh produce. Stalls include artisanal cheese company Norbiton's Cheese Yard, poultry specialist Richard Waller and coffee expert Weanie Beans. Chiswick High Road, stretching from Chiswick Roundabout almost all the way to Hammersmith, is packed with lovely shops and cafes. The Old Cinema is any local’s first stop for home furnishings, while High Road Auctions is a great place to find unique antiques. Chiswick has lots of options for exercise, including several swimming pools including the New Chiswick Pool and The Chiswick Riverside. The property is located on Flanders Road and is therefore close to both Stamford Brook and Turnham Green underground stations (about a 5 min walk).
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