August 01, 2019 - August 29, 2019
We are starting to plan our summer holidays for summer 2019! We are only considering warm and sunny places in Europe, sorry. We love to travel the world and see new places, but please consider the amount of rainy days here in England and you may understand that we are in desperate need of two weeks in a warm and sunny destination ;-) Preferrably close to the beach and with an own pool, but this is not obligatory of course.
A quirky and quiet family home in the outskirts of swinging London
Please always feel free to make us an offer and we will answer all e-mails. We love to discover new places!
We live on the ground floor of an old Mansion house in a 2-double-bedroom flat with private parking in the quiet and leafy neighbourhood of North London’s High Barnet, still connected to the Northern Line bringing you straight into central London.
We are a very child-friendly household with lots of toys, changing table, baby bathtub, high chairs, strollers, scooters and a big private garden with a sandpit, playhouse, a little slide and lots of space to run around.
We are big music, vintage and art lovers which shows in our home as well. Feel free to listen to a massive music collection of the 60s, 70s and Indiependent. Flip through our coffee table books or watch some DVDs in English, German or Spanish.
The area is quiet and residential with a nice high street.
There are many parks and lots of green spaces around (golf courts too), cafes, a nice shopping centre with a big Waitrose supermarket just across the road and cafes and restaurants or you walk 10 minutes to the Underground to be in buzzing London within half an hour.
There is also a bus stop just in front of our house that brings you to the station as well as to other places.
The bus number 234 brings you straight into the pretty Muswell Hill area of London in about 20 minutes.
You can use your Oyster London travel card for all the public transport.
- 2 Adults
- 4 Children
- 1 Exchanges made
- Event and facilities associate
- Air hostess
- House Type: Flat
- Floor: Ground floor
- Environment: In the suburbs
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Sleeping Capacity: 6
- Living Area: 70 m2
In my house
- Pets - Not allowed
- Small children - Allowed
- No smoking
- Suitable for disabled people
- Home exchange
- Free internet access
- Central heating
- Baby equipment
- Toys and games
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- Park / playground
Our Destination Wish List
- Open for all offers
Nearest Airport: Luton - 18 miles
Chipping Barnet or High Barnet is a market town in the London Borough of Barnet, England.
It is a suburban development built around a 12th-century settlement, and is located 10 1⁄2 miles (17 km) north north-west of London Charing Cross.
It is a residential, calm and green neighbourhood with a nice high street with lots of shops, cafes and eateries.
High Barnet is home to an Everyman cinema, the Barnet Museum, the All Saints Art Centre, the traditional annual Barnet Fair, which was chartered in Medieval times, the Ravenscroft local park and Barnet recreational park, a now disused well that was frequented by, among others, Samuel Pepys, and many restaurants and public houses.
Cuisines on offer include Italian, French, Indian, Chinese and south east Asian. Amongst the most popular restaurants are branches of Melange, Pizza Express, and Prezzo. High Barnet also has a number of coffee/snack outlets, both independent ones such as The Coffee Bean, as well as branches of Carluccio's, Caffè Nero and Costa Coffee.
A small nightclub operated for a few years in the 1980s in the premises now occupied by the Butchers Arms pub. The public houses and bars in High Barnet include: the Butchers Arms, The Red Lion, the King's Head, the Monk, the Black Horse, Ye Olde Mitre Inn, the Hadley Oak, the Nelson, and the Sebright Arms. The large number of inns in Barnet was a matter of note in Charles Dickens's novel Oliver Twist; it was here that Oliver met the Artful Dodger.
The big and pretty shopping centre “The Spires” lies conveniently across the road. There is also a big supermarket in it called Waitrose.
If High Barnet is too quiet for you, hop on the London tube (10 mins walk or bus stop outside the house), and after only ten stops (30 mins) you are in central London!
We like it here because it feels almost like living on the country side but we are still so well-connected to London.
- Event and facilities associate
- Air hostess
- Girl - Age: 4
- Girl - Age: 3
- Girl - Age: 1
- Boy - Age: 1
- We do not have pets.