York Way, London, N7


A bright and spacious four bedroom three storey flat-fronted Victorian terraced house. Conveniently located with access to Camden Town, Islington and Kings Cross's multiple transport links, shops, entertainment facilities and within the catchment area of Camden School for Girls. The sports centres of Market Road and the wide open spaces of Caledonian Park are moments away. With a large kitchen-diner, 24' living room and four double bedrooms, this house makes an ideal family, home situated within the Camden Square conservation zone. Many period features including fireplaces and working shutters. Excellent condition throughout. Freehold.

Living room 24'2" x 11'9" (at max). Two fireplaces. Sash window. Door to garden
Kitchen diner 14'10" x 9' Ample dining space. Fully fitted. Door to garden
Bedroom 1 16' x 12'8" Two sash windows. Fireplace
Bedroom 2 16' x 12'8" Two sash windows. Fireplace
Bedroom 3 12'1" x 10'1" Sash window. Built-in cupboard. Fireplace with original iron stove
Bedroom 4 11'11" x 10'2 Sash window. Fireplace with original iron stove
Bathroom 14'11" x 8'9" White suite. Sash window.
Guest wc on ground floor
Tiled entrance hall 24' x 3'3" Leading to staircase, accessing all rooms
Garden 22' x 16' South west facing accessed from Living room and kitchen
Roof terrace 12'8" x 8'10 On second floor

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band F (Camden Borough)
EPC: Band D



York Way is a major road which forms the boundary between the London Boroughs of Islington and Camden, which in recent years has seen a transformation from largely commercial to a greater increase in residential properties. With this has come the benefit of local shops (Waitrose and Sainsburys) and a fine selection of restaurants, theatres, brewerys, cinemas and excellent sports facilities. Running north for one mile from the junction of Pentonville Road and Euston Road, adjacent to King's Cross mainline and St Pancras mainline and Eurostar railway stations. At its northern end, the road becomes Brecknock Road with a wonderful selection of artisan shops (Italian delicatessen, butchers, bakers, but alas, no candlestick makers!) For its entire length York Way

York Way was named Mayde Lane and Maiden Lane (commemorated in the Maiden Lane Estate, Maiden Lane Bridge - over the Regent's Canal and the former Maiden Lane railway station), it became York Road in the 19th century, and the current name was only adopted in 1938. It had been a significant route in the Middle Ages, between Gray's Inn and High Barnet.

The modern road passes the new Kings Place development, Bingfield Park, crosses the Regent's Canal, and runs alongside the King's Cross redevelopment area.

Near the northern end of the road was the Metropolitan Cattle Market; now Caledonian Park with its grand Victorian clock tower and excellent cafe.

Transportation links: Kings Cross Mainline and St Pancras Mainline and Eurostar stations. Kentish Town (Northern line, Thameslink), Caledonian Road (Piccadilly line) and Camden Road (Overground). Buses 29, N29, 253, N253, N279, 390, 393 and 274.