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Portland Road

Holland Park, London

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The open plan living dining room has a sofa, dining table seating 4, a cafe table with 2 stools, a flat screen TV.

The kitchen has a refrigerator, oven, stove top, washer/dryer and excellent storage.

One bedroom, at the back of the flat, has a queen bed and good storage.  The other bedroom has a standard double bed and good storage. The bathroom has a shower stall.

This is a comfortable, simply furnished flat that is well-located for the many shops, restaurants and amenities of Holland Park Avenue and Clarendon Cross.

The price includes gas and electricity, use of all machines in the property, TV, video, fresh linen weekly, cleaning on your departure and a Greeter who will meet you at the property on arrival, and will see you out on departure.  A security deposit of £300 to £1000 is held by credit card until after departure.

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Holland Park was first opened in 1952and takes its name from Sir Henry, earl of Holland who was formerly resident at Holland House. The Park lies in the former grounds of Holland House to the South- though much of the grounds of Holland House have been sold to housing developers. The wooded park opens at 7.30 am and is one of London’s smallest public parks. Holland House itself was bombed during the Second World War- destroying all but the ground floor remaining. The East wing has been restored and currently houses a youth hostel. The ‘Belvedere’ restaurant occupies the former summer ball room of Holland House and temporary exhibitions are held in the other surviving rooms. Holland House was one of the first great houses of Kensington and was occupied by Cromwell’s army during the English civil war. Holland Park is also the site of the Kyoto Japanese Garden- an ecology garden and rose gardens built for the 1991 London Festival of Japan. Other facilities in the park include an adventure playground and café. During the summer months outdoor opera and dramatic performances are staged at the open-air theatre. Peacocks and squirrels are abundant throughout the park. Holland Park is considered by many to be the most romantic park in London- due to the wooded walks and beautiful views. Holland Park is easily accessed via Holland Park underground station.
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