A rare opportunity to Let this three bedroom ground floor maisonette. The property is located within easy reach of the ever popular Bush Hill Park Train Station with good links into London and walking distance to local shops and amenities. Close proximity to BUSH HILL PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL and 0.5 miles to GEORGE SPICER PRIMARY SCHOOL & RAGLAN JUNIOR SCHOOL.
Conveniently tucked away on a sought after quiet tree lined road situated just 0.5 miles from Enfield Town centre is this beautifully presented three bedroom semi detached house.
What happens when you book a holiday to the Caribbean to celebrate your girlfriend’s birthday but a global pandemic comes along? You enjoy the beauties of your hometown – and that’s exactly what we done. Who knew the UK had such beautiful landscapes to offer! Tintagel in Cornwall is certainly among the most beautiful placesContinue reading “The Best of Cornwall, Tintagel”
Queen Room with Sea View4 out of 5 stars It was my girlfriends birthday so I wanted to surprise her by taking her away to somewhere so unique and out of the norm. After a few hours of scouring the internet to find such place, I came across Camelot Castle in Tintagel. Not only isContinue reading “Camelot Castle, Tintagel”
Larger than your average four bedroom semi-detached 1930s style home.
Located near convenient transport links to the University of Essex, Colchester Town Center, Hythe Train Station and local amenities.
One famous fact about Australia is that it’s wildlife is some of the most interesting wildlife you’ll see in this world. From cuddly and cute to absolutely terrifying, the animals of Australia are certainly captivating and unique! Did you know, it’s one of the very few countries where you’ll find marsupials and egg laying mammals!Continue reading “Downunder with Aussie Animals”
The Great Ocean Road is Australia’s version of America’s “Route 66” or Scotland’s “North Coast 500”, its never-ending views will leave you mesmerised at every corner of its winding road. The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre (151 mi) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 andContinue reading “The Great Ocean Road”