A TWO-BED flat inside a major railway station has gone on sale for almost £1million – and it offers some fantastically luxurious surprises for the lucky new owner.
The property, which lies within London St Pancras, boasts four metre-high ceilings and gorgeous gothic-style windows.
A stunning apartment in one of London’s most iconic buildings has gone on the market for a little under £1millionCredit: zoopla
The home in St Pancras offers gothic-style windows, high ceilings – and a 24-hour conciergeCredit: zoopla
It features wooden floors and a sleek modern kitchen, with a sophisticated neutral décor throughout.
But those additions won’t be the only reason would-be buyers will be queueing up to view it.
That’s because the property also comes complete with a 24-hour concierge staff ready to provide room service at any time of the day or night.
Meanwhile, the owner will discover two bars and two restaurants downstairs.
There’s also a spa and fitness centre on site, and even a ballroom ready for what are sure to be London’s most extravagant house parties.
Agents at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices say the “stunning” apartment is set within the “iconic” Grade I-listed St Pancras Chambers.
The building previously housed the Midland Grand Hotel, designed by famous English architect George Gilbert Scott, which is now called St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.
“It is widely accepted as one of the finest examples of Victorian gothic architecture,” agents said.
“The building itself offers 24-hour concierge services, and access to room service from the five-star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel.
“The hotel also includes two restaurants, two bars, function rooms and ballroom.
“Residents can also access the fitness centre and spa with therapy pool by separate subscription.
“St. Pancras Chambers is located within St. Pancras International, which offers a superb selection of shops, cafés and restaurants in King’s Cross and Camden.”
They also say – apparently without irony – that the property offers “excellent transport links”.
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The opulent property boasts a cinema room, a gym, a 10-car underground garage, a private spa and even an Olympic-sized paddock.
The property even has a ballroom downstairs for extremely distinguished house parties
That’s because it shares a site with St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Agents have called the property ‘iconic and stunning’Credit: zoopla