About this listing
Ingress Park is ideally located for the Olympics 2012 – Just 15 minutes TOTAL journey time departing from Ebbsfleet International station aboard the Olympic Javelin Shuttle Train (140 mph!)
- Beautifully Furnished 3 bedroom House
- River Thames Views with balconies and roof terrace
- Large Back Garden with Barbecue & Garden Furniture
- 15 minutes door to stadium on the Olympic Javelin
- Trains depart every 6 minutes
- Easy access on Eurostar from Paris, Brussels, Lille and Continental Europe
- Central London in 17 minutes by Bullet Train
- Easy fast access to 4 UK airports
- Property has all modern conveniences, WiFi, Cable TV x4, DVD, Sound System, etc etc
- 3 Double Bedrooms with 2 bathrooms & 1 en-suite
- Property can sleep 8 people
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Washer / Dryer
- Free parking for vehicles
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£3,000 per week but negotiable depending on how long the stay is.
Included in the price is: Chauffeur pick-up & drop-off from the following London based airports -London City Airport, Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Biggins Hill, Kent International Airport, London Ashford Airport & London Southend Airport.
Deposit: £3,000 before arrival (refunded after departure or day of departure)
Full rental amount due to secure the property.
Things to do nearby
As an integral part of Ingress Park, this 3 bedroom house offers a unique lifestyle in a spectacular setting. This is where the river, history, nature and architecture all inform the broader landscape and will influence the way you enjoy life there.
Views of the Thames, whether from your window or the regenerated riverside walk, are constantly changing and always inspiring. The river is wide and sweeping here, looping around as it broadens out for its estuary on the North Kent coast. Night time views, when the shores are studded with lights, are particularly evocative, as the Stone Ness lighthouse twinkles in the distance. The skies seem huge, and the urban sprawl a world away.
Ingress Park is a place for walking and exploring. From the beginning, landscaping was a key feature. The centre piece is the 1833 Ingress Abbey, built in stone from the Old London Bridge, now with commercial occupants. Around it, waterfront, parkland and woodland areas have all been created between the different residential neighbourhoods. There is a heritage trail, footpaths and cycle tracks, Victorian follies and hundreds of flourishing trees. Another unique feature is the grass amphitheatre, a focus for community events and summer picnics.