Mornington Terrace, Camden Town


A bright and elegant two bedroom garden maisonette, split over two floors of an imposing half stuccoed Georgian terraced house. The flat has its own private entrance and rear garden. Ideally located, Mornington Terrace forms part of the Camden Town Conservation Area and is within moments of the wide open spaces of Regent,s Park and the multiple transport facilities of Mornington Crescent (Northern Line tube) and Camden Town's many restaurants, shops and entertainment facilities. The flat has original features, fireplace, stripped wood flooring and benefits from having been recently redecorated throughout. Tall sash windows and dual aspect gives a bright and airy living area . The flat benefits from a large (26'6") living-dining area which leads on to a private town garden accessed via a very useful utility room. Excellent storage. Share of Freehold (plus 949 year lease). Chain Free. On-street resident's permit parking. Gas centrally heated with secondary double glazing.

Living Room 16'8" x 13'9" Extending to 26'6" total length. Tall sash window. Fireplace.
Kitchen 14' x 8'6" Fully fitted, open plan
Bedroom 14'1" x 12'7" High ceilings, tall sash window, accessed via spiral staircase
Bedroom 10'5" x 7'11" Overlooking garden
Utility Room 7'11" x 7'10" Accessed from kitchen, leading to garden
Bathroom 6'4" x 5'2 White suite. Fully tiled
Rear Garden 15'8" x 11'8" Aprox. Accessed from utility room
Front Patio 15'11" x 11'10" Leading to private front door

Tenure: Share of Freehold (plus 949 year lease)
Service Charge: £363 p.a. Includes Buildings Insurance
Council tax: Band D (Camden Borough)
EPC Band E



Albert Street is one of those roads that appeals so much that it gives people the idea of moving to Camden Town. Many buyers will only choose to live this side of Regent's Park if something comes up in this street or perhaps in just one or two others. Gloucester Crescent being an example.

It's a broad avenue stretching from Mornington Place to Parkway. Early Victorian terraced houses dominate the street. Set behind mature front gardens, these tall four storey houses have twin floor-to-ceiling sash windows at first floor level. The architecture is gloriously simple and the uniformity of the buildings gives the street real elegance.


Camden Town / Mornington Crescent It takes 5 minutes 26 seconds to walk the length of Albert Street. Using our stop-watch we timed a further 2 minutes 30 seconds to walk down Parkway to Camden Town tube station (Northern Line) or from the southern end 1 minute 53 seconds to walk to Mornin
Numerous bus routes nearby on Delancey Street. The C2 (towards Victoria) runs up Delancey Street. There are so many bus routes in and around Camden High Street. 24, 27, 29, 118, 253, N5, N28, N29, N31, N253, N279