2 Bedroom Flat For Sale
A unique opportunity to purchase an exquisite apartment (approx. 1265sqft) situated in one the most sought after roads in the Camden Square conservation area. Entered through a private entrance on the raised ground floor, this impressive Victorian residence retains many of its original features that include hand carved marble fireplaces, original window shutters and decorative cornicing. The apartment also benefits from a west facing shared garden. Originally two separate bedrooms, the raised ground floor currently hosts an exquisite dual aspect reception room that has easy access to the westerly facing garden, this floor also benefits from a guest cloakroom. The first floor comprises an alluring reception room with floor-to-ceiling sash windows that lead onto an ornate balcony. The stylish kitchen is separated from the reception room and benefits from an array of natural light in both the morning and afternoon. The top floor encompasses a stunning bedroom and a luxurious bathroom that features a standalone bathtub. Rochester Square is one of Camden's most sought after and historical residential roads and is the oldest part of the Camden Square Conservation Area. The square is named after the Bishop Of Rochester in honour of his daughters marriage to the Third Lord of Camden in 1835. This apartment faces directly onto a half-acre private square originally part of lands owned by the Canons of Cathedral of St. Pauls and later the estate of the Marquis of Camden: it is also one of London's listed squares. Rochester Square is located only moments from Camden Town, famous for its diverse markets, a warren of fashion & curiosities and a haven of counter culture offering an array of independent shops and iconic music venues. This house is also well located for education purposes Camden School for Girls and The Lycee French School are both walking distance. Alternatively Kentish Town is just as close offering a more chilled setting of popular restaurants and cafes, cosy pubs and funky bars. Regent's Park is less than one mile away where one can enjoy Queen Mary's formal gardens and soak in the city-scape views from Primrose Hill park. A short and pleasant stroll down Regents Canal will lead you to the ever evolving Kings Cross where one can indulge in the delights of Granary Square which hosts a wide selection of stylish eateries, sleek bars and popular recreational squares & arts centres. There are a host of transport links to choose from including Camden Road Station (London Overground Line) 0.3 miles, Camden Town Station (Northern Line) is 0.5 miles, Kings Cross & St Pancras Stations (these stations are served by six underground lines and the Eurostar connecting you to local, national & international destinations) less than 1 mile away.