Terraced House in Zone 2, London, UK

United Kingdom - Greater London - London

Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Housefront
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Living Room
Living Room
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Living Room
Living Room
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Kitchen, dining area
Kitchen, dining area
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Kitchen
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Main bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Main bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Second bedroom / sofabed
Second bedroom / sofabed
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Second bedroom, nursery corner
Second bedroom, nursery corner
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Garden
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Garden
Home exchange in,United Kingdom,London,Nearby Roundwood Park
Nearby Roundwood Park
  • Sleeping capacity4
  • Bedrooms2
  • Bathrooms2

Simultaneous Home Exchange

Smoking Not Allowed

Children Welcome

Use of Personal Car is not possible

We are looking for a home exchange in ...

Oct 2, 2023 - Oct 31, 2023 Europe | Spain | Italy

Our Home For Exchange

Description of the home we are offering for exchange

* More pictures to follow*

We, that is myself (Inga), Martin and baby Kalle are living in a small Victorian Terraced House near Willesden Junction Station.

Our house has a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom (with bathtub) on the ground floor. Upstairs, we have one bedroom with a double bed and an en-suite bathroom as well as a guest room / office / baby nursery, which has a sofa bed suitable for 2 people to sleep on. This room currently also has a baby cot, which fits babies / children up to the age of 5(ish).

We have a little garden at the back with seating opportunities and a hammock (my favourite spot for relaxing).


House - 2 or more floors/ Main Residence


  • Dishwasher
  • Clothes Washer
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Baby Equipment
  • Private parking
  • Terrace / Patio


  • DVD
  • Internet access
  • TV
  • Wireless Internet (WiFi)


  • Urban
  • Suburban


Description of our neighbourhood and surrounding area

We have brilliant and quick public transport access to Central London (Bakerloo Line, 20 mins to Oxford Circus) as well as North and East London (Overground towards Islington, 25 mins; Hackney, 30 mins; and the Olympic Park in Stratford, 40 mins).

Nearby, we have:
- Willesden Junction Station (underground and overground; 10 min walk to platform); busses towards Paddington Station, Little Venice, Regent's Park and Euston as well as a busses towards Shepherd's Bush, Hammersmith and the Thames
- Tesco's supermarket (7 min walk)
- Harlesden High Street with pharmacies, a drugstore, a health food shop and lots of little corner shops (5 min walk)
- Royal Oak, a lovely pub at the end of our street (4 min walk)
- parks: Roundwood park (10 min walk; lovely landscaped gardens, playground, café),
King Edward VII park (10 min walk; large grassy area to sit in the sun or play ball games, has an indoor swimming pool)
Queen's Park (30 min walk; great café, large playground, landscaped gardens, small mini golf course)
- Kensal Rise / Chamberlayne Road (20 min walk: shops, cafés, pubs)
- Kensal Rise / College Road (10 min walk; small shops, Sonora Café, Morty and Bob's Café and Bar, health food store)
- Queen's Park High Street / Salusbury Road (35 min walk; lovely independent shops, supermarkets, cafés, pubs and a beautiful farmers' market on Sundays)
- Notting Hill (45 min walk): Golborne Road for great cafés (Layla Bakery, Lowry & Baker) and many small independent shops, before hitting Portobello Road

Outdoor Activities

  • Tennis
  • Public Swimming Pool
  • River


  • Park / Playground
  • Cafés
  • Gym / Health Club
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping

Cultural Activities

  • Concerts
  • Galleries
  • Museums
  • Opera
  • Popular Monuments
  • Theatre

Transport Nearby

  • Bus
  • Train Station
  • Underground Station

Neighbourhood Services

  • Bakery
  • Corner Shop
  • Pharmacy
  • Supermarket


Our home exchange - places to go and things to do while staying in our home

See neighbourhood section; other places of interest that are easy to get to are:
- Wembley Stadium
- Regent's Park
- Hampstead Heath: a huge park that brings a countryside feeling, with amazing views of London and Kenwood House plus café as a nice walking destination
- Southbank (Bakerloo line stop 'Embankment', then cross the river via footbridge): a buzzing culture centre including the brilliant Hayward Gallery, a skatepark, many bars and restaurants as well as a food market on Saturdays; great location to start a walk along the river Thames towards the east (you will be passing: Globe Theatre, Tate Modern, St Paul's Cathedral (opposite side of the river), Borough Market, Tower Bridge)
- Richmond (overground): for riverside walks, views of the river from Richmond Hill (take a pint out from the Roebuck and enjoy the view from one of the benches), walk through the vastness that is Richmond park and spot the herd of free roaming deer

Our favourite restaurants

Cafés & bars

Special places to shop

Leisure and cultural activities

Walks or jogging paths

Health or fitness clubs

  • Fitness First, Queen's Park

Interesting day trips

  • Windsor
  • Brighton
  • Surrey Hills

Our Preferences

Our home exchange - here are our Preferences and House Rules

As we will look after your house and belongings with care, we trust that you will be doing the same.

Before leaving the house, please make sure that all windows and the back door are closed /locked.


  • Children Welcome
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Smoking Not Allowed
  • Plant Care Needed

Use of Personal Car

  • Use of Personal Car is not possible

Home Exchange Type

  • Simultaneous Home Exchange

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