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Term time If you incline towards tailcoats and shiny shoes, to dreaming spires and dusty tomes, then Hampstead is a cobbled corner of heaven, its leafy streets filled with bookshops and cafes, old pubs and snug restaurants. And if you’re aspiring to join the first eleven, or just enjoy the thump of leather upon willow, you’re within walking distance of Lord’s, and the pitches of Regent’s Park. Inside, this home is refreshingly simple. White walls and large windows highlight modern furniture and original features, and best of all, it’s entirely free from clutter. Overseas students Your hosts are a family whose main home is in Canada. When in London they visit family and friends, often eating out in the glitzy restaurants of nearby Belsize Park. Calling the register Eton Avenue has everything you’d expect, a spacious open plan living space, a contemporary kitchen and two sunny bedrooms. Six can raise a toast of port, or perhaps a ginger beer at the table in the large bay window. Take a seat by the art deco fireplace, or head to the glossy kitchen to prepare a midnight feast. There are two bedrooms, the master, with its brand new ensuite, and a cute single, with a gleaming family bathroom. Tuck into the bread and butter sandwiches, then go to sleep on a sprinkling of crumbs upon our pure white sheets. Playing fields Belsize Park is the place for glamour, with its buzzy bars and chic cafes, or, if you fancy something a bit sweeter, head to Primrose Hill to meet A list mummies and daddies in the gorgeous independent shops. Hampstead Village mingles designer stores with artisan delis and coffee houses, while foodies will be drawn to Swiss Cottage’s farmers’ market. And if you fancy some japes in town, the tube from Swiss Cottage to Oxford Circus takes twelve minutes.