• King's Cross St Pancras
  • 4 Bedroom
  • From £850 per night

A thoroughly modern reinterpretation of a five-storey townhouse in Kings Cross. Bright light, clean lines and crisp white walls. Four immaculate bedrooms and a skylit snug that opens to a landscaped walled garden.

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 5
Capacity: 8
Garden
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London
  • Fredrick Street, Soho & Fitzrovia, London

    A thoroughly modern reinterpretation of a five-storey townhouse in Kings Cross. Bright light, clean lines and crisp white walls.

    Stone steps, wrought ironmongery and a stucco frontage – behind this thoroughly traditional facade is a Victorian townhouse beautifully reimagined for 21st century living. Close the door to the world and unfurl from a day of fast-paced city living. Enter on the ground floor to a double reception room stretching from front-to-back of the house. Sash windows at either end funnel light onto the bright, whitewashed walls – a perfect foil for the dark stained wood floors and rich velvet upholstery. With ample room to spread out over a sofa or two, late night dinner guests will likely want to linger for a nightcap in front of the sleek log fire. Downstairs, a lightwell makes the lower ground floor as bright as its upstairs neighbour. Here you'll find the private, cosy kitchen impeccably finished with white gloss, latch-free cabinetry. A double oven and wine cooler makes elaborate family meals or impromptu guest suppers a pleasure, while the generous island lends a sense of conviviality to any occasion. For more formal moments, the dining area is next door and just beyond this, a skylit snug – somewhere for the family to hunker down for movie nights or lazy weekend afternoons. On warmer days, throw open the bi-fold doors to the landscaped walled garden and invite the outside in.

    Upstairs, the master suite occupies the entire first floor, with double floor-to-ceiling shuttered sash windows – a great vantage point to watch the world wake up in the street below. Soaring ceilings, intricate period cornicing and a large feature fireplace with marble surround make winding down a decadent affair. The en-suite is substantial, with freestanding bathtub and a large walk-in shower concealed behind the dual vanity unit. On the second floor, two further bedrooms: one with a grand marble fireplace and the other large enough to accommodate a desk for those days spent working from home, or for children with study schedules. On this floor, you’ll also find the family bathroom. A stair flight up, another bedroom with its own en-suite – ideal quarters for those guests who don’t want to leave just yet. This charming pitched roof space has been beautifully configured, with its own snug tucked away in the eaves – a perfect room for teenagers needing their own space.
    • High Spots

      Four floors

      Precious living space in the heart of central London.

    • High Spots

      A private walled garden

      A rare green oasis in the city.

    • High Spots

      Log fire

      A cosy spot to camp out in front of on cold nights.

    Property features

    Generous living space
    Generous living space
    Ample room for the family to spread out.
    4 bedrooms
    4 bedrooms
    Including one master suite occupying the first floor.
    2 reception rooms
    2 reception rooms
    Complete with sleek log burner and opulent velvet furnishings.
    5 bathrooms
    5 bathrooms
    Two en-suites and one family bathroom, all beautifully finished.

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    About the area

    Frederick Street is exceptionally well-connected – a gateway to the rest of London with Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia to one side and Farringdon and Clerkenwell to the other.

    King’s Cross rail and underground stations and St Pancras International are a mere 7-minute-walk away, where you can jump on the Eurostar to Paris, Brussels and beyond. Next door to the station, sample the delights of Coal Drops Yard: brunch at Granger & Co, shopping at A.P.C. and Earl of East or dinner and drinks at Caravan or Dishoom. Stretch your legs with a walk through Bloomsbury to Lamb’s Conduit Street – home to a host of independent gems such as Pentreath & Hall and Persephone Books. There’s a clutch of cultural ports of call close by, including the British Museum and the British Library, the Barbican and Sadler’s Wells.  If it’s greenery you’re after, take your pick from the parkland pockets that pepper this part of the city: Coram’s Fields children-only playground is a haven, or pay a visit to the curious Hardy Tree at St Pancras Gardens.  

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