If you want to live in a cool area of West London, in a place you can either have all to yourself or share with someone close, you may want to take a look at this studio in Bayswater. The area is well-served in transport links, commerce, restaurants, cafés and cool places for a stroll.
This studio is part of a building with twenty-four flat of the same typology. It has a cosy bedroom area with a double bed, a wardrobe and a window view. There's also a bathroom and a kitchen with the necessary amenities for the ideal cooking experience.
- Queensway (Tube Station, Central Line) - 3 min walk away
- Bayswater (Tube station, Circle and District lines) - 5 min walk away
- University of Westminster - 43 minutes walk away / 13 min away by public transport
- LSE (London School of Economics) - 20 min away by public transport
- London College of Fashion - 41 minutes walk away / 12 min away by public transport
- Restaurants and supermarkets - 2 min walk away
- Kensington Gardens - 5 min walk away
- Holland Park - 28 min walk away
Bayswater is one of London’s most cosmopolitan and ethnically rich areas having a diverse population, many hotels, attractive gardens and busy streets with many ethnic-cuisine restaurants. It is located within the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London, and the properties here range from expensive apartments to small studio flats and apartment blocks dating from the inter-war period.
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