Weavers Way, Elm Village, St Pancras. NW1


A bright and spacious two bedroom second floor flat with parking in a private purpose built block conveniently located within walking distance of Kings Cross, St Pancras and Granary Square's multiple transport, shopping and entertainment facilities. Moments from Regents Canal and a short walk to the centre of Camden Town. Because it's so centrally located, Elm Village is well-established and popular with both owners and and renters alike. Gas centrally heated. Double glazed throughout. Off-street parking. Chain free.

Living room 16'1" x 11'4 Large window
Kitchen 8'8" x 8'7" Fully fitted
Bedroom 12'5" x 9'4" Fitted wardrobe. Double glazed
Bedroom 8'9" x 7' Fitted wardrobe. Double glazed
Bathroom 6'9" x 6'2" Modern suite
Off-street parking.

Tenure: Share of Freehold
Service Charge: £247 per month, Includes reserve fund and buildings insurance
Council tax: Band D (Camden Borough)
EPC Band C



Weavers Way in Elm Village is a recently built group of houses and flats to cater for the growing population between Camden and Kings Cross.

It is very well designed with narrow roads which interlink making it feel very small and friendly.

Barker Drive, off St Pancras Way turns into Weavers Way at the top end of the village and is made up of a mix of apartment blocks and houses of varying sizes - all of which have their own parking space in front or in some cases integral garages.

In between the houses, flower beds have been set into the brick driveways making sure that there is plenty of greenery to admire. The road winds along its length separating blocks of houses giving the impression that there are fewer houses on the road than in reality. It is a clever trick that works well.

On Barker Drive, there is a communal area for walking and exercising the children.


Camden Town It takes 1 minute and 20 seconds to walk the length of Weavers Way. Using our stop-watch we timed a further 10 minutes 3 seconds to reach Camden Town tube station (Northern Line).
Bus route 274 (St Pancras Way) Connecting West End and Angel