Charrington Street, St Pancras, NW1


A bright and spacious two bedroom upper maisonette converted from first and second floors of an attractive period Grade II Listed terrace, quietly and conveniently located within walking distance of the multiple restaurants and entertainment facilities of Kings Cross, Granary Square and the newly developed Coal Drops Yard. Moments from the mainline (and Eurostar) Kings Cross and St Pancras stations. Camden Town's multiple shopping and transport facilities are also within easy reach. The flat has high ceilings, tall south west facing sash windows with working shutters and additional period features. There is use of an attractive well maintained communal garden immediately behind the property. Gas centrally heated. Excellent storage.

Living room 16'9" x 12'3 Fireplace. two tall sash windows with working shutters
Kitchen-diner 11'3" x 10'5" Fully fitted. Ample dining space
Bedroom 11'3" x 11'3" Sash window overlooking garden
Bedroom 16'9" x 7'7" Two sash windows. 7'7" wide fitted wardrobes
Bathroom 9'1" x 4'7" White suite.
Internal staircase leading to all rooms and large landing on top floor
Access to residents garden square

Tenure: Leasehold 102 Years
Ground Rent: 10 p.a.
Service charge £812 p.a. Includes Buildings Insurance
Council Tax: Band D (Camden Borough)



Built between 1842-50 on land belonging to a city livery company - and named after the brewers, Charringtons.

Charrington Street comprises differing aspects. On the west side, almost the entire length it taken up by the South Camden Community School, whilst the east side of the street has three imposing terraces of early Victorian, half stuccoed flat fronted buildings which are almost exclusively divided into upper and lower two storey maisonettes. With very few exceptions, the lower maisonettes have sole use of their patio gardens, which in turn lead up to a large gated communal gardens. The upper maisonettes also have use of the communal gardens, accessed by a secure gate at the end of the street.

The uniformity of the terraces makes the street look impressive and its proximity, in a quite period backwater within moments of the British Library, multiple shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities in Granary Square, Coal Drops Yard and the Eurostar terminal increases its desirability.


Kings Cross, Euston, Mornington Crescent It takes 3 minutes 13 seconds to walk the length of Charrington Street at a gentle pace. Using our stop watch we timed a further 6 minutes 7 seconds to walk to Mornington Crescent tube station (Northern Line) and 10 minutes 32 seconds to walk to Euston S