Full property description
This exceptional four bedroom house is configured across the lower-ground floors, ground and first floor mid terraced house on Marquis Street in Camden. The expansive interiors have been the subject of a vibrant refurbishment. The house has a west facing private garden and a conservatory with excellent levels of natural light.
The apartment presents a smart façade to Marquis Road, retaining its charming Victorian characteristics.
The house opens out to four large double bedrooms spread cross the ground and first floor. The property is finished in white and solid wood floorboards underfoot. Natural light pours in through the beautiful sash windows, illuminating a bright and expansive space throughout. There are two bathrooms over the ground and first floor.
As you take the stairs into the lower ground, this leads you through to an open plan kitchen/reception room, which occupies the rear extension where a beautiful conservatory lies. This kitchen space contains white cabinetry, white and black tiles splashbacks with grey granite worktops and is lit via several skylights overhead with views to the garden and front patio. The kitchen features modern appliances such as a dish washer, gas cooker, washing machine and fridge freezer. Adjoining the kitchen is a large conservatory space; it is significant in size and has glazed doors that open to the garden.
The apartment is positioned in Marquis Road. It is wonderfully positioned for the best of Camden and Kings Cross. The Regent’s Park, one of London’s most beautiful green spaces, is within walking distance and has a boating lake, as well as numerous cafes, sports facilities and ornamental gardens.
The recently completed Kings Cross regeneration, including Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard, is positioned on the other side of the Regent’s Canal, approximately 15 minutes’ walk from the apartment. Alongside existing outposts of Caravan coffee roasters, Waitrose, Dishoom, and audiophile bar Spiritland, the Thomas Heatherwick-designed Coal Drops Yard has brought Margaret Howell, Tom Dixon and Aesop stores to the canal.
The apartment is approximately equidistant between the Underground stations at Camden Town (Northern Line), Kentish Town (Northern Line) and Caledonian Road (Piccadilly Line). Camden Road train station is close at hand, and there are Overground services from Kentish Town and Caledonian Road. The house is also well placed for access to the Eurostar terminal at King’s Cross.