Luxurious 1-Bedroom Property
From $288 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
This charmingly bijou, 41m2 1st floor apartment features 1 charismatic bedroom, 1 luxury suite bathroom and a quirky open plan kitchen and living area; accomplishing a wonderful blend of Victorian Architecture and modern chic.
What to know about the flat:
This property is a raised ground floor apartment. The apartment is in a quiet residential area, therefore the noise levels are low. The master bedroom has a king sized bed and the sitting room boasts a double sofa bed as well as a single sofa bed.
The reception room enjoys high ceilings with ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
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- Calendar updated: 10 days ago
Additional Location Information
ABOUT THE LOCATION
Islington has a varied mix of architectural styles. Some of its most historic include flat-fronted Georgian and early Victorian terraces – Colebrook Row is one of the most picturesque Georgian rows and consequently one of the most sought after addresses in London. The area suffered badly from the Blitz when bombs destroyed many properties. Gaps were filled with classic 1950s-60s flats. The area also has some great examples of contemporary buildings such as the Kings Place waterside development.
Gillette Square - approximately 10 minutes away
On the western flank of Gillett Square in Dalston, East London, stands The Dalston Culture House which houses the world famous Vortex Jazz Club on its first floor and has the restaurant/cafe bar Downstairs@TheVortex on its ground floor which opens directly onto Gillett Square and has an outdoor seating area. The square itself regularly hosts special events like Dance Nation Dalston which brings a carnival atmosphere to this part of East London every summer with live music and dance displays and workshops. Play Days in the square during the summer offer outdoor fun and games for all ages including table tennis, Gillett Square's own weird and wonderful 'Snug' play shapes for kids and giant chess.
Servant Jazz Quarters
Despite the name, Servant Jazz Quarters is not strictly a jazz club. Instead you'll find music from many genres at this Dalston music venue which supports innovative artists from all backgrounds, and particularly those from the Hackney area. The name comes from its early days when, before it officially opened its doors in February 2011, they could hear the saxophonist from The Vortex Jazz Club upstairs. The music varies from night to night so you will need to check the website for updates on gigs and events. As a general guide, you can expect an eclectic mix of music ranging from jazz, blues and folk to pop, world music and beyond. On the ground level there is a well-provisioned art deco bar serving a range of cocktails, specialty beers and ales, while the live performances take place in the intimate basement space.
The Little Angel Theatre – approximately 20 minutes away
This innovative children's theatre provides a showcase for the art of puppetry. Founded by master puppeteer John Wilkes in the early 1960s, this small, unusual theatre continues to produce critically acclaimed work that enchants audiences of all ages. The Little Angel Theatre also organise a Saturday Puppet Club and family fun days where the kids get to play with the puppet starlets and craft their own little dramas.
Where to eat
That Place on the Corner – Approximately 3 minutes away That place on the corner
A children's cafe with dressing up cupboard, That Place on the Corner in Newington Green was set up by two mums who know what parents and kids are looking for in a cafe. That means a really good kids menu made with organic food, books for them to read and a play area. They do a story in the afternoon as well, art club, music and movement. Oh and unaccompanied adults are not allowed.
The Alma (Gastro Pub) – approximately 3 minutes away The Alma
Movie themed pub in Islington offering Popcorn, Craft Beer (Bottled and Draft), fine wine, a very long list of Bourbon whiskeys, Thai Grill, Pop up Sunday Roast Chefs, quiz nights, live acoustic nights, live Irish music, movie nights and Vinyl DJ nights. Quirky, fun, candle low lighting and beautiful people all around.
Shanghai – Approximately 11 minutes away The Shanghai
Shanghai occupies the listed premises of a former East End pie and mash shop built when Queen Victoria was on the throne and the atmospheric old shop-front is still there, perfectly preserved. The menu features a combination of classic Chinese favourites complemented by Western-influenced versions of Eastern dishes. The absolute must-haves are the pork-filled fried dumpling starter, served with red vinegar and ginger strips, and main course of baked fresh lobster with ginger and spring onions. There are marble prep areas, long bar, original floor, oak booths to seat twenty, tiled walls and eel-motif mirrors. However, the rear of the restaurant is a newly-built modern Chinese eatery with oriental imagery filled with warm light from the stained glass ceiling windows.
Iznik – approximately 9 minutes away Iznik
This first-rate Turkish restaurant is brilliantly well-run - the elegant dining room, affable efficient service and immaculate presentation all add to the enjoyment of a an authentic experience
Firezza – approximately 14 minutes away Firezza
Firezza offers upmarket Neapolitan pizza cooked in stone ovens, eat-in or take-away.
For more information you can contact the concierge desk upon check in and they will be more than happy to assist you.
More About This Location
Nearest train station: canonbury
Nearest airport: heathrow
Car is not necessary