Glengall Road: 1 Bedroom to rent in Maida Vale
A stunning 1 bedroom apartment is available to rent in Glengall Road, Maida Vale.
Spotless from top to bottom, this 1 bedroom flat has been transformed into a stylish, contemporary home. Featuring high-quality finishes such as the bow window, stylish bathroom, wood flooring, this home has all the ingredients for a luxury stay.
The 1 bedroom come fully furnished (just bring your own suitcase). Available in September, we accept early bookings.
The flat spans over 530SQ.FT (a rarity in the area) and comes also with a flat TV.
The house is in close proximity to Queen’s Park station (0.5 miles) which services the Bakerloo Line of the London Underground as well as the London Overground. It is also a short walk to both Kilburn High Road station (0.5 miles) and Brondesbury Park station (0.6 miles) which both services the London Overground. (*All times and distances are approximate.)
Glengall Road is a quiet residential street that is sandwiched between the local amenities of Kilburn High Road and the boutique cafes, restaurants and shops of Salusbury Road.
Residents will also enjoy the wide selections of green spaces.
Queen’s Park is also within close proximity.
Designed without any straight paths, Queen’s Park makes extensive use of bold tree planting and shrubberies with natural outlines, and large open areas of lawn for recreation and sport.
Facilities in the park include six all-weather tennis courts, a pitch-and-putt course, an ornamental quiet garden, a children’s playground with paddling pool, a children’s animal farm and a cafe. It can be perfect for your morning jogging or a nice and relaxing Sunday afternoon.
Just beyond Maida Vale Tube station lies Paddington Recreation Ground. The gym in the park is open daily and runs several group exercise classes and coached activities, including tennis on the park’s courts. Sports fans need look no further than nearby Lord’s Cricket Ground, which celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2014. Part of the Ashes Test series between Australia and England is held here, making it something of a mecca for cricket fans. There’s a museum attached and tours are available. Just a 20 minute walk away, Regent’s Park is so much more than an outdoor space, boasting cafes, an open air theatre, wildlife gardens and of course London Zoo.