The flat is in the St Pancras building (Picture: Jam Press/Zoopla/Goldschmidt&Howland)
While many people might rejoice when lockdown restrictions are eased and they can go back to the office, it also means the return of one thing they probably haven’t missed: the early morning commute.
A flat has just gone up for sale that might offer an answer to the problem – as it’s actually located inside a major London train station.
The stunning one-bedroom apartment forms part of the beautiful restoration of St Pancras Chambers, which overlooks King’s Cross station.
Situated on the third floor, the gorgeous home maintains the gothic architecture of Sir Gilbert Scott and features fantastic views of the station’s classical rail arch.
It also comes complete with classic arched windows and high ceilings, providing plenty of space and light.
Inside, you’ll find a large reception and dining room, an open-plan kitchen complete with a breakfast bar, a large bedroom and a luxurious bathroom.
Inside is all mod cons (Picture: Jam Press/Zoopla/Goldschmidt&Howland)
Here’s the layout (Picture: Goldschmidt&Howland)
As if that wasn’t enough, there is also a 24hr onsite concierge, a gym (by subscription) and access to room service serviced by the five-star Marriott Renaissance Hotel.
‘This stunning apartment has a lot to offer potential buyers,’ said Tom Parker, consumer spokesperson at Zoopla.
Order room service to the bath (Picture: Jam Press/Zoopla/Goldschmidt&Howland)
‘Located a stone’s throw from King’s Cross Station, Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard, the owner of this property will always have plenty of entertainment located right on their doorstep.’
The property is currently on the market with Zoopla for £625,000 through Goldschmidt & Howland.
What an iconic view (Credits: Jam Press/Zoopla/Goldschmidt&Howland)
Given the average price for a property in the city is currently £514,000, that isn’t such a steep price increase for the amenities you’ll get.
Plus, you’ll never have to go far for a pint of milk or a train to France.
As of yet, we don’t know the situation regarding noise, so hopefully you’ll have double glazing.
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