SOLD

Purchese Street, St Pancras, NW1

£479,950

A newly refurbished bright and spacious second (top) floor purpose built flat quietly and conveniently located in modern block close to Camden, Kings Cross and St Pancras' multiple shops and transport facilities. Granary Square, Regent's Canal and the British Library are all a short walk away. Excellent condition throughout, centrally heated (included in service charge) and plenty of storage space. Well kept communal gardens within a gated square. Chain free.

Living room 16'4" x 10'9" Door to decorative balcony
Kitchen 11'6" x 7'4" Fully fitted. Ample dining space
Bedroom 16'6" x 10'4" Including large walk-in wardrobe
Bathroom 7' x 5'9" White suite. Window

Tenure: Leasehold 103 years
Ground Rent: £10 p.a.
Service Charge: £ 934 p.a Includes heating and building insurance
Council tax: Band C (Camden Borough)
INTERACTIVE FLOORPLAN

PROPERTY LOCATION

STREET INFO

Hidden away behind the British Library within meters of St Pancras and Kings Cross, Purchese Street is a prime example of Camden’s many peaceful residential streets surrounded by multiple shopping and transport facilities. The location is fabulous. St Pancras Station (Midland Rd entrance) is less than one minutes’ walk away. Beyond that, all the wonderful amenities recently added with the Kings Cross development offer an abundance of interesting bars and restaurants. Purchese is street is particularly special as it flanks another of Camden’s hidden gems, Purchese Street Open Space, a small wooded park with grassy areas, benches and winding paths. There are 68 open spaces like this in the borough yet this park is possibly the least known.
Apart from Phoenix Court and Monica Shaw Court, there’s very little housing in this street, so few homes make it on to the market. Unlike the neighbouring streets with period terraced houses the price per square meter is considerable cheaper and certainly not what you’d expect for such a central location.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Kings Cross / St Pancras It takes 1 minute 53 seconds to walk the length of Purchese Street at a gentle pace. Using our stopwatch, we timed a further 2 minutes 40 seconds to the entrance of Kings Cross tube station although the entrance to St Pancras Station is in fact less than
Bus routes Click the icon to link for a whole list of bus routes. This area is extremely well linked to different parts of London by bus.