- Spacious 3 bedroom apartment
- Period conversion
- Share of freehold
- South facing garden
- Ground and lower ground floors
- Bathroom and shower room
- High ceilings
- Sash windows
- Within 5 minutes walk of Kings Cross station
- Within 5 minutes walk of Russell Square station
A spacious, three double-bedroom apartment in a Victorian period terrace conversion on Regents Square set over the raised ground and lower ground floors. Sole use of a south facing garden. Secure entry-phone system for controlled access. Period features including high ceilings and sash windows.
Three large double bedrooms, wooden parquet flooring throughout the apartment, separate kitchen with all appliances including dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer and oven and hob. There is a large family bathroom with shower above the bath and a second bathroom that is a full wet-room on the lower-ground floor with shower cabinet and WC. The reception with parquet-tile wooden flooring leads on to the private south facing garden.
Share of freehold title. Annual service charge of £1000 pa with £1200 pa contribution to a sinking fund.
The property provides excellent access to the West End or the City. Kings Cross St Pancras International with the Eurostar and direct lines to Liverpool Street or Oxford Circus is only a 5 minute walk. Russell Square underground station is also 5 minutes walk. Holborn station or Farringdon station are 10 minutes walk and there are bus routes going in all directions.
The area has seen very rapid growth in capital values due to the development of Kings Cross. Further rail projects including Crossrail where Farringdon station is the hub station and HS2 which will have Euston station as the main terminus means that this location will continue to have above market growth and access will be ever more important.
Local amenities are found at the Brunswick Centre where there is a large central London Waitrose as well as many other places to shop or eat. A short walk through Russell Square and past the British Museum takes you to Covent Garden, Soho and Oxford Street where you have all the attractions of the West End. To the north is Kings Cross, Barnsbury and Angel. To the east is Clerkenwell and Shoreditch and to the south is the legal district and south Bloomsbury with the lovely Georgian architecture of Lambs Conduit Street.