- Architecturally Designed
- Three Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms
- Underfloor Heating
- Solid Wood Flooring
- An abundance of Natural Light
- Boasts a beautiful South Facing Terrace
- A short walk from Kings Cross Station and the Eurostar
- The Brunswick Centre and a plethora of shops are less than 10 minutes away
This beautifully and diligently refurbished freehold Victorian terraced house is arranged across four floors comprising three bedrooms, study, open plan living/dining area, family bathroom and an additional bathroom/wet room. Situated on the ground level is a bright dine-in kitchen which features underfloor heating, a large walk-on skylight and floor to ceiling concertina glass bifold doors the full length of the kitchen which leads on to a lightwell allowing an abundance of natural light throughout the ground floor. An additional dining area and reception room also occupy this level. The living space features a beautiful fireplace, solid wood flooring and bespoke built in floating shelving made from reclaimed wood. The first floor is made up of the principal bedroom, a family bathroom featuring underfloor heating, porcelain floor tiles, a shower and freestanding bath tub as well as the south facing terrace which overlooks the greenery of Plant Works. Two further bedrooms occupy the top floor of the house.
The basement of the house has been excavated to provide an additional bedroom or home office. Plantworks which is conveniently positioned next door to the property also provides a perfect work from home alternative.
Kings Cross Station and the Eurostar are less than a 5 minute walk from the property with The Brunswick Centre and a plethora of shops being is less than a 10 minute walk.
Camden Council, Band F
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