A three-bedroom apartment found along the sweeping arc of Grade I-listed St Pancras Chambers, one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
Reimagined by Thomas Griem of TG Studios, this three-bedroom apartment sits in the loft of an architectural landmark and the magnum opus of esteemed Gothic-Revival architect Sir George Gilbert Scott. Inside? A playground of modern luxuries that echo the grandeur of its past.
A stately entrance hall sets the tone for this property. Ascend the lift to the fifth floor, where a dramatic theatre of 44ft high ceilings, cross-hatched wooden trusses and panoramic views across the City unravels. The living spaces are split across three levels, visible from the entrance thanks to considerately placed glass balustrades. Pointed, triple-height rose windows, a feature of Rennaissance churches, flood its cavernous volumes with an almost ethereal light.
On the ground floor, an inviting reception room is tucked under the mezzanine. Its fifth-floor, south-facing vantage point makes the most of the natural light. Let good conversations flow over aperitifs with loved ones. Young adults can get competitive at the pool table. A cantilevered staircase leads downstairs to an open-plan Leicht kitchen – fitted with Gaggenau appliances – dining room and lounge. Effortlessly functional and great for entertaining; canapés at the island; mains at the table; after-dinner coffees on the sofa. Under the staircase, an indulgent, velvet-cushioned reading nook.
Around the corner, two airy bedrooms with zoned dressing rooms and cusped arches, catch the morning sun. Both benefit from Arabescato marble-clad en-suites housed within the two Victorian towers. Expect triple-height ceilings and commanding views of London’s iconic skyline as you wake up in the walk-in shower. Utterly sumptuous.
The jewel in this Gothic crown? The master suite. Equipped with a dressing area, it takes over the mezzanine. The views are fantastic up here. The Portuguese travertine stone bathroom is where good days start. Think an oversized shower, a flush TV and a bespoke twin vanity. 21st-century mod cons.
Victorian towers, cusped arches and triple-height ceilings that reach up to 44ft. A cathedral-esque home.
A fully integrated, audio-visual system, controlled by either an iPad or wall-mounted panels, elevate the everyday.
A former 19th-century hotel designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott – the gothic-revival architect responsible for The Albert Memorial in Kensington. The soaring spires, arched windows and engraved marble columns ground it in the celestial. Its 250ft clock tower rivals Elizabeth Tower.
Floor-to-ceiling triple-volume windows offer uninterrupted views. Look out at Canary Wharf in the east, London Eye on the South Bank and the BT Tower in the west. William Barlow and Rowland Ordish’s immaculately engineered train shed, the polychromatic red-brick façade of the station too.
Bordering the illustrious St Pancras station, this apartment is next to the gateway to the continent.
For globetrotters pulling in from Paris, St Pancras Chambers is in an unparalleled location. Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square are on your doorstep. Spend an afternoon exploring the string of boutique shops, independent restaurants and bars housed within Victorian warehouses and former railway arches. Grab a coffee from Redemption Roasters or refuel at Hicce. Check its events calendar for an exciting line-up. Booklovers can head to the nearby British Library – 400 miles of shelves will keep you occupied. If you want to travel further afield, the transport links at King's Cross are second to none.
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