|Property 8 – 2 bed flat|
This lovely two-bedroom apartment in the hearth of central London’s Covent Garden offers bright decoration, high ceilings and wooden floors throughout - and is one of the most-sought after and highly regarded properties in Covent Garden.
The apartment comprises of two bedrooms, a living room and separate bathroom and a fully fitted kitchen.
The living room has high-quality designer furnishings, with a dining table, comfortable seating area that includes a luxury designer leather sofa.
The fully fitted kitchen provides an electric hob and oven, microwave, kettle, integrated fridge, washing machine and all the crockery and cooking utensils you will need for your stay.
The bathroom has a bath with shower over, WC and handbasin.
The nearest tube stations are Leicester Square (20metres!) Covent Garden (70m) or Charing Cross (200m).
Theatres and world famous restaurants such as The Ivy, theatres and museums are on your doorstep. The Covent Garden Piazza is 100m on one side, past the world-famous Garrick Club.
Turn left and walk down St Martins lane, past the bars to the Colloseum, Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery. Regents Park is 250m and Buckingham Palace a little further.
Turn right from the apartment and on to Jamie Oliver's Italian kitchen, Thai Dishroom or the famous Ivy Restaurant.
British Museum on one side within easy walking reach and the British Gallery in Trafalgar Square. Regents Park lies within minutes on the other side of Trafalgar Square, with Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade and Houses of Parliament.
The river is within easy reach as is London Eye and the host of art and culture on the South Bank of the river.
The Royal Opera House is in Covent Garden just a couple of minutes away.
The area is abuzz with bars, clubs and jazz clubs such as the nearby Ronnie Scotts. The music scene in Soho can be traced back to 1948 and Club Eleven, The Harmony Inn was an unsavoury cafe and hang-out for musicians on Archer Street operating during the 1940s and 1950s. It stayed open very late and attracted jazz fans from the nearby Cy Laurie Jazz Club. The Ken Colyer Band's 51 Club (Great Newport Street) opened in the early fifties.