2 Bed / 1.5 bath apartment with River views in zone 2
About Tara shakespeare
I am a British Make up Artist living in both California and London with my husband Frazer and 2 cockapoos Minnie and Schnuff As and artist, i appreciate the beautiful things in life - I adore English skies in September and Californian sunsets in the winter. I relish visiting new countries and hosting parties for my friends. I miss my family, but love the adventure of living in a foreign country
Tara shakespeare purchased this Apartment in 2007
Why Tara shakespeare chose Royal Borough of Greenwich
I moved to Greenwich after having lived all over London since my early 20's. I chose to live there, because it felt like living in a lovely village, with big wide green spaces to explore and the space of the river to calm. For me, it is the perfect place to stay in London, it's a 30 min journey from London city Airport. You can be in the center of london in less than 30 mins by train or by boat(which is my favorite way to travel). There are more pubs than you will ever need and the discovering the history of Greenwich is wonderful and endless.
What makes this Apartment unique
I fell in love with the view from my apartment the first time i saw it. It was originally a 3 bedroom apartment, with all bedrooms overlooking the river and the living room looking out over the car park! Needless to say i had to change this, so now it is a generous 2 bedroom apartment with living room views over the river and to the city beyond.
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Super location and stunning views!
Theresa, it was a pleasure to host you and your family.
I'm so glad you enjoyed the apartment and the views, we love it!
I hope you come and stay with us again soon.
Where do i start? Greenwich is probably one of the best visitor locations in London.
It has more pubs and restaurants per sq mile than any other area.
Not to mention the beautiful historic buildings
(Oh did someone say Les Miserables)
Of course there is the Cutty Sark, the Maritime museum, the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, Blackheath common, and the famous Greenwich market to keep you busy.