The apartment is situated on the 1st (US 2nd) floor in a secure purpose built development consisting of 3 properties in a quiet cul-de-sac. The apartment has been fully refurbished with brand new bathroom, kitchen carpeting and furniture throughout, it has full gas central heating, high speed unlimited internet access, free UK phone calls and consists of:
Living room. Large sofa which comfortably seats 3 to 4 people and easily converts to a full sized double bed. Flat screen TV with DVD player and music system with Ipod dock / MP3 lead. 2 additional armchairs and dining table seating 6 people. Large French windows looks over the gardens of Eton Court.
Bedroom 1. King sized bed with plenty of wardrobe and drawer space.
Bedroom 2. 2 full sized single beds with wardrobe.
Kitchen. Modern units and granite surfaces with plenty of workspace. Full electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher, washing machine/dryer.
Bathroom. Luxurious modern bathroom.
Two underground stations serve the apartment. Highbury and Islington has trains every few minutes (24 hours at weekends) which whisk you to Oxford Circus in under 10 minutes as well as links to Stratford (Olympic Park) and Greenwich (O2). Arsenal on the Piccadilly line
Just steps from the front door, this is one of London’s quaintest “villages” the small parade of shops include Da Mario, a traditional Italian delicatessen, La Fromagerie, Godfrey’s English butchers and Mrs Lovell’s Greengrocers. The Beach Hut fish and chip shop brings a delicious taste of the seaside to central London in a wonderfully stylish setting. There is also a pharmacy/chemist, several cafés, a post office with ATM, supermarket and a traditional British pub serving real ales and good food. There are also a couple of good restaurants, Turkish Iznik and Mediterranean Stingray with several more within a 10 minute walk.
A tranquil walk through Highbury fields brings you directly to Upper Street, Islington’s vibrant high street. Its lively thoroughfare boasts a wide selection of designer boutiques, great pubs and world class theatre including The Almeida, the King’s Head the only pub in the world with its own opera company and a fantastic selection of real ales in a magnificent traditional London pub. At the bottom of Upper Street the Screen on the Green is a luxuriously refurbished independent cinema. The range of restaurants is wide and international with chic eateries including Ottolenghi and Carluccio’s.
One of London’s most elegant parks which contrasts perfectly with trendy Islington to its south. Georgian terraces line the wide boulevards running the length of the this conservation area, peep into their graceful rooms to see stylish living proudly on display. Number 22 was featured in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral. A sociable place popular with joggers, dog walkers, families the park has a children’s play area, several tennis courts, a swimming pool and a very popular café.