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Contemporary self contained apartment in leafy, green zone 3 location with easy access to central London.

Underfloor heating, wet room, bamboo floor, kitchen, garden.


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The Space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 0.5
Bedrooms: 0
Beds: 2
Check In: 11:00 AM
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: $75
Security Deposit: $597
Weekly discount: 0%
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The Space

Contemporary self contained apartment in leafy, green zone 3 location with easy access to central London.

Underfloor heating, wet room, bamboo floor, kitchen, garden.


Contemporary self contained apartment in leafy, green zone 3 location with easy access to central London.

Underfloor heating, wet room, bamboo floor, kitchen, garden.

One of London's safest neighbourhoods.

No extra charge for additional guests but bear in mind it's a studio space.

Self contained but also access to shared washing machine and iron (tucked away in hall way).
High speed wifi.

I live upstairs (https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2062316) so as much or little as you want :-)

Dulwich is known as a hidden gem. West Dulwich, like Dulwich Village is a very pretty, exclusive leafy area with fast access to The City (London's Wall Street) and Victoria (Buckingham Palace) 11 minutes. If you don't like walking it's 5 minutes to the No.3 bus

Dulwich Village has boutique shops, a brilliant art gallery (now showing David Hockney) - it's just over a mile and a very peaceful walk. Also home to stunning Dulwich Park and sports facilities.

The area is famous for private schools. Dulwich College was founded by Shakespeare's associate Edward Alleyn. To this day the grounds are protected by an ancient deed which explains why the area has a country feel and is home to London's oldest woods - whilst being in a London borough.

This is perfect for people who want charm and greenery within easy reach of central London.

Cafés, a deli and independent book shop on corner of Park Hall/ Croxted Rd. Local shop for basics a couple of minutes away on Gipsy Rd. Most open until (website hidden) 3 Oyster Card

West Dulwich station:
11 mins to Victoria (which is the stop for Buckingham Palace) and "The City" (Blackfriars). Peaceful, pretty 15 - 20 min walk to station.

Gipsy Hill station:
25 m to London Bridge takes 8 minutes to walk there. Also goes to lots of other destinations.

Number 3 bus (and N3 night bus)
On the corner. Every 5-10 mins takes you to Central London (24 hours) or alight for Victoria Line tube in Brixton

Look up "TFL journey planner" to plan routes (there's an app too).

Heavy luggage or feeling lazy: jump off at Herne Hill there's a cab (taxi) office outside station. Think it's around £8 door to door.

Free parking.
The Airbnb map is pointing to the wrong place by the way! It's further along the road "Little Bornes", trying to fix it.

Main bedroom double bed, plus pull-out bed settee. NOTE: the pull out settee is small double ie "cosy"!

Self contained but also access to shared washing machine and iron (tucked away in hall way).
High speed wifi.

I live upstairs (https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2062316) so as much or little as you want :-)

Dulwich is known as an exclusive hidden gem. West Dulwich, like Dulwich Village is a very pretty, exclusive leafy area with fast access to The City (London's Wall Street) and Victoria (Buckingham Palace) 11 minutes. If you don't like walking it's 5 minutes to the No.3 bus

Dulwich Village has boutique shops, a brilliant art gallery (now showing David Hockney) - it's just over a mile and a very peaceful walk. Also home to stunning Dulwich Park and sports facilities.

The area is famous for private schools. Dulwich College was founded by Shakespeare's associate Edward Alleyn. To this day the grounds are protected by an ancient deed which explains why the area has a country feel and is home to London's oldest woods - whilst being in a London borough.

This is perfect for people who want charm and greenery within easy reach of central London.

Cafés, a deli and independent book shop on corner of Park Hall/ Croxted Rd. Local shop for basics a couple of minutes away on Gipsy Rd. Most open until 11pm.


Zone 3 Oyster Card

West Dulwich station:
11 mins to Victoria (which is the stop for Buckingham Palace) leaves ever 15 minutes and "The City" (Blackfriars, peak only)). Peaceful, pretty 15 - 20 min walk to station.

Gipsy Hill station:
25 m to London Bridge takes 8 minutes to walk there. Also goes to lots of other destinations.

Number 3 bus (and N3 night bus)
On the corner. Every 5-10 mins takes you to Central London (24 hours) or alight for Victoria Line tube in Brixton

Look up "TFL journey planner" to plan routes (there's an app too).

Heavy luggage or feeling lazy: jump off at Herne Hill there's a cab (taxi) office outside station. Think it's around £8 door to door.

Free parking.
The Airbnb map is pointing to the wrong place by the way! It's further along the road "Little Bornes", trying to fix it.

Main bedroom double bed, plus pull-out bed settee. NOTE: the pull out settee is small double ie "cosy"!

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House Rules

I am part of the airbnb community and an airbnb guest as well as host. This is not a hotel but a privately-let home next to my home, so please no silly requests or negotiations - please treat this as a community - not a market:-)

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3 nights minimum stay
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