Euston Road, London
- One bedroom
- Duplex apartment
- Approx 1112 Sq ft.
- 24hour concierge service
- 4th and 5th Floors
- Moments to King's Cross St Pancras
- Exposed beams
Stirling Ackroyd is proud to present this rare opportunity to own a fantastic apartment in one of Londons most iconic buildings.
One of only 67 apartments in the highly desirable Victorian Neo-Gothic building, St. Pancras Chambers is this characterful two bed, two bathroom with a mezzanine study/spare bedroom. Originally designed by George Gilbert Scott as the Midland Grand Hotel, the building finished construction in 1873. After narrowly escaping demolition to make way for more railway tracks, the building was given Grade I status in 1967.
In 2004 The Manhattan Loft Company took up the mantle of meticulously converting the space into flats and restoring the hotel. The renovation works were completed in 2009 and 2011 respectively.
A superb one double bedroom apartment spanning approx. 1,112 sq ft and offers all the conveniences expected in contemporary living including fully integrated kitchen and en-suite bathroom with the characterful charm from the exposed beams and grand staircases and corridors in the common parts. The property is arranged over two floors with exceptionally high ceilings. The building provides a 24hr concierge service ensuring convenience and security.
St. Pancras Chambers is located above/next to Kings Cross St. Pancras station, Londons transport hub, home to the Eurostar, National Rail services, and Underground services (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, & Victoria lines). Extraordinarily, Paris can be reached in just 2hrs 15 mins. The area has seen massive high-quality development with 40% open space provided. The ample number of cafés, bars, restaurants and shopping delights Granary Square and the highly anticipated Coal Drops Yard shopping centre have on offer are only a short stroll away making it one of Londons top destinations. Finally, the flat has an allocated parking space located directly outside the entrance to St. Pancras Chambers.
The sense of character the space offers can only be done justice by a visit in person.