Bedroom and private living room.
In the heart of Walthamstow Village is this charming detached cottage on a quiet lane near Epping Forest. Excellent transport links to the centre of London and 5 min walk to great restaurants, coffee shops and village pubs.
My cottage is a few meters down the path off a quiet road. It has a peaceful and restful feel about it.
As a host, I would be sharing the kitchen and bathroom. The bathroom has a bath and shower. The living room would be solely for the guests as I have my own studio extension at the back of the cottage. Although I'm a musician, I play the cello, and I don't make a lot of noise!
Guests will have access to the entire house except for the second bedroom, the studio (except for access to the back garden and the washing machine), the loft space and the outdoor storage room behind the red door to the right of the front door.
My cottage is also listed separately as available as an entire property at certain times when I am away.
I will be around to help you with any problems or questions that you may have.
The William Morris Gallery and The Vestry House Museum are well worth a visit. A five minute walk and you can eat at two Italian restaurants, several coffee shops, an excellent Tapas bar and some really good pubs with interesting menus.
I would like my guests to leave the house as tidy and clean as they found it and how they would like to find it if they were the next guests! I love my house and I want you to love it and enjoy it too. I would want my guests to respect the space as if it were their own.
It is a non smoking living space and unfortunately no pets are allowed.
I am a musician and I play the cello. I couldn't live without music. I love all kinds and I play classical, jazz and rock. I also love travelling, particularly to new places. My favourite destinations have been New York, Japan, Australia and Spain. I am pretty easy going and have lots of friends. I have a slightly mad sense of humour. I also like being quiet sometimes so I meditate and do yoga most mornings. My motto is to keep calm and trust even when things are not going my way.