St Paul's Crescent, Camden Square, NW1


An extremely attractive three storey, four double bedroom Victorian terraced house, retaining many period features, quietly located in an elegant period cul-de-sac off Cantelowes Road. Bright, spacious rooms in excellent condition with pleasant leafy outlook. St Paul’s Crescent is within easy reach of Camden Town and Kings Cross/St Pancras' multiple shopping and transport and entertainment facilities.

Living room 15'4" x 13'1" to Bay window
Dining room 13'2" x 11'4" Double doors to living room and also French doors to garden
Kitchen-diner 20'1" x 8'6" Fully fitted. Ample dining space. Door to garden.
Bedroom 17'1" x 14'4" Two sash windows
Bedroom 17'1" x 13'2" Two sash windows. Fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 12'6" x 11'4" Sash window. Fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 11'4" x 9'1" Sash window
Bathroom 13' x 8'1 White suite plus shower. Window plus skylight
Bathroom 9'2" x 7'6" White suite. Skylight
Utility room with wc 8'6" x 6'6" On ground floor
Rear garden 17'9" x 17'3" Lawn, plus patio 26' x 8'6"
Front garden 17'2" x 6'9"

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band G (Camden Borough)



St Paul’s Crescent is an extremely attractive residential street with well-maintained good-looking houses, most of which date back to the mid-Victorian era, within a group of streets popularly referred to as Camden Square. It crosses Agar Grove (see link) formerly St Paul’s Road and also Marquis Road an equally tranquil leafy residential street. Built on the manor of Cantelowes which, according to the Great Survey of 1086, was held by the Canons of St Paul’s. It’s (almost) crescent shape curves from north to south and has cherry, plum and lime trees along its length. Most of the houses in the section lying south of Agar Grove are Victorian brick structures with largish front yards and grand steps leading up to the main doors. These have large single windows on the first floor and two windows on the second floor, which are situated up under the eaves. Nowadays it’s a cul de sac although together with York Way gives access to Maiden Lane Estate a contemporary complex constructed by Ove Arup and also St Paul’s Mews a private cobbled mews built during the 1980’s designed by noted architects CZWG.
The section north of Agar Grove has equally attractive three storey houses (which differ in not having a lower ground floor), and benefit from a pedestrianised section at the junction with Agar grove which effectively making it a cul de sac. Similar in architecture, the very northern end between Cantelowes Road and Marquis Road is quiet and leafy


Camden Town tube station Both ends of St Pauls Crescent are short. It takes less than 5 minutes to walk the total length. Using our stop-watch, from the junction of Agar Grove, we timed our walk to be 13 minutes 25 seconds to Camden Town tube station (Northern Line).
Various bus routes nearby on Agar Grove and Camden Road Agar Grove 274, Camden Road 29 253 N29 N253 N279