The SpaceUncluttered ;-)
While I am waiting for tenants to rent the house unfurnished, I can put in some of my furniture so that you can enjoy it in the meantime. I can put in one real mattress on the floor and 2 matching single beds on legs that could be pushed together to make a kind of double. Babies could also come in their own cot. If you have your own furniture then you can rent it empty. I can also put a garden table and garden chairs for 4 people so that there is a table to eat at. I can put in basic china, cutlery and cooking utensils and towels, sheets, and pillows. Note that as there is little furniture, there will be no bed side tables, no pictures, and no music player for example. You are welcome to bring children with their own cot or camp bed. I can lend a child's mattress to put on the floor.
A washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and a SMEG gas cooker with electric oven are all provided.
The price is low to reflect the limited range of furnture, but if you like the uncluttered look, this is for you! ;-) There is no TV (and due to UK TV licencing laws you are not allowed to watch or stream live TV without buying a licence . There is wi fi from my house next door which covers most of the house. However, you do get a whole house and garden to yourself in a pretty village on the river Thames. Guest AccessFull house, garage and garden. Interaction with GuestsHappy to chat to our guests, or happy to leave them in peace and quiet. I live next door, so we are easy to reach. The Neighborhood5 minutes walk to restaurants, cafe and riverside pubs. Lower Sunbury village is quite quaint. 5 minutes walk to a large island park.
Heathrow 25 minutes, Hampton Court 8 minutes, . M3 1 mile, Kempton Park race course 10 minutes walk.
There is a weekly market in Kempton Park, and lots of fairs (antique, motorcycle etc).
There is a fruit and vegetable market in Kingston 6 days a week (20 minutes on the bus, or 10 minutes by car, plus traffic). Getting AroundMany people commute from here to London, we are about 19 miles from central London. Staying in central London is more convenient if you want to be in London every day, but more expensive.....
Hampton station (in London zone 6) for London is 1.5 miles/7 minutes drive. There is free on street parking 2 minutes walk from the station. Trains take about 40 minutes to London Waterloo, or, with an underground trip, about an hour from Hampton station to anywhere in central London. A day travel card costs £12 per day, or about £59 for 7 days, with no extra charge for any bus, train or underground train in London.
The 216 bus that runs from Kingston to Staines is 2 minutes walk. This bus also goes to Hampton and Sunbury stations. Service every 20 mins approx. There is an app so that you can see live bus times.
25 minutes by car or taxi to Heathrow. £19 by taxi the last time I went with the local minicab company. There is a 555/557 bus to and from Heathrow that runs roughly every 30-60 minutes and takes about 50 minutes and costs about £3.50. The nearest stop is about 10 minutes walk, or you can catch the 216 bus for which the stop is only 2 minutes walk from the house to the airport bus stop. Other Things to NotePets welcome.