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Bright&Spacious Double Room Available in Putney

Private room in apartment hosted by Derya
1 guest1 bedroom1 bed1.5 shared baths

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We are friendly,kind and have a good amount of respect for each other.The room integrates with natural decor, high ceiling, windows allowing wealth of natural light.Our flat is very tidy and extremely clean.

The space
Located by the river in leafy South West London, Putney faces Fulham across the Thames. It's in the borough of Wandsworth, just inside Zone 2. Characterized by handsome architecture, plenty of greenery and the lack of a good tube line, Putney is ideal for those who like a little peace and quiet with their city lifestyle. The fast overland service to Waterloo and the rows of grand houses may threaten to turn it into a commuterville, but Putney manages to retain a small town feel and charm of its own, largely due to the busy high street and the vibrancy of the drinking scene. Putney is well served for pubs and bars. Nearer the station, the local Wetherspoons, The Railway, is even blander than most of its kind but it provides cheap drinks and is a good launch pad for the evening. Just opposite, and far better, is The Fox, with several big screens which make it the best place for big sports events. Most of the bars are concentrated north of the station towards the river. There's plenty to choose from (including a ubiquitous Walkabout) with the pick of the bunch being the Whistle and Flute and Bar Room Bar.After the pubs shut, the infamous Redback Tavern is the only one choice in the area for swigging snakebites, dancing badly and screaming along to a rock music until 3 am. This place is feral and foul but loads of fun and a must for any Aussie or Kiwi in London. You'll either love it or hate it but it has to be experienced at least once. It has cheap drinks, live music and a free BBQ in the summer. If you want a quiet drink away from the high street, the quaintly/offensively named Arab Boy on Upper Richmond Road claims to be the oldest pub in Putney, and has the no-nonsense, slightly rough air of a proper local. Further down is the Jim Thompson, a very good pub that also serves up cracking Thai food in a chilled atmosphere (check out the special offers on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). When it comes to clubs, for those desperate to dance but too lazy (or too drunk) to make it into the city, there can only be one - Fez Club does service as Putney's sweatbox of choice. It's not pretty, but it gets the job done and is something of an institution for Putney locals. Putney also has an Odeon cinema and a small arts theatre for drink free nights out, though theatre lovers and film buffs would be better served by taking advantage of the fast train to Waterloo and the South Bank. Parks and Recreation Southwest London in general is characterised by its greenness, and Putney is no exception. Putney Heath is small but pleasant, with woodland, open spaces and the picturesque Telegraph pub nestled at its centre. Richmond Park to the south west claims to be the biggest urban park in Europe at 2500 acres. It features a golf course, horse riding, several beautiful old buildings and over six hundred deer roaming around as well. Not as large, but still a very nice slab of greenery, is Wimbledon Common to the south. Fans of retro TV may recall it as the home of the Wombles in the cult 70's kids show, and it features a handsome windmill as a centerpiece. For shopping, the Exchange Shopping Centre and the high street itself have a fair range of high street type stores. There's a particularly good range of charity shops including an outstanding little second hand book shop. For groceries, there's a large Sainsburys, a medium sized Waitrose and a tiny Tescos in the area. For eating out, oriental food is the flavor of choice, with the Hare and Tortoise, Cho-san and the Talad Thai being the pick of the bunch. For more traditional English fare the Popesye Steak House is a hidden gem a little way down Upper Richmond Road. Good Points lots of parks great pubs clean, safe, and affordable.
We are friendly,kind and have a good amount of respect for each other.The room integrates with natural decor, high ceiling, windows allowing wealth of natural light.Our flat is very tidy and extremely clean.

The space
Located by the river in leafy South West London, Putney faces Fulham across the Thames. It's in the borough of Wandsworth, just inside Zone 2. Characterized by handsome architectu…

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Bedroom 1
1 double bed

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Free parking on premises
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Greater London, England, United Kingdom

Hosted by Derya

Joined in June 2015
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Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm