Tiger House, WC1H1 bedroom

Main Features

590 Sq ft - 55 m2
One Bedroom House
Mezzanine Study
130 year Lease

The Gatehouse is quietly situated between Tavistock Square and St Pancras and at the end of Woburn Walk with its elegant Regency houses designed by Thomas Cubbitt. This individual home in the Bloomsbury Conservation Area, nestled between listed buildings forms part of a small development on Burton Street that was a winner of the 1998 Housing Design Awards and is accessed via a private gated entrance with a secluded courtyard shared with a small office space.

The double height (125), barrel vaulted reception area with new LED feature lighting, has extensive bespoke storage and shelving with hardwood floor, is a delightful eclectic, very dramatic and yet intimate space with a large west facing window and double doors. It features an integrated cherry wood storage staircase with a Gio Ponti inspired metal balustrade leading up to a vaulted mezzanine area offering flexible use as a study/workspace or secondary sleeping space.

The dining area and kitchen has solid hardwood flooring, part of a recent extensive architect designed refurbishment with bespoke fittings throughout with solid cherry worktops with feature mid century Italian inspired recessed LED lighting creating ideal mood lighting for dining.

Further accommodation comprises a fully tiled mosaic wet room with Philippe Stark fittings, gas boiler and washing machine store, a generous double bedroom has built-in wardrobes and a large window with double doors overlooking the rear courtyard.

Burton Street has a fascinating history, taking its name from the well-known architect James Burton who was responsible for much of Georgian Bloomsbury and is home to the British Medical Association in a building designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, while the Burlington Magazine is located on Woburn Walk facing the property as does the BMA HQ - Kings Cross now home to Google, Louis Vuitton, The German Gymnasium and the future retail units at Coal Drops Yard are all nearby.

The recently upgraded public gardens and newly restored tennis courts in Cartwright Gardens are nearby and available for use by local residents.

The house is conveniently located within a short walk of Euston, and St Pancras/ Eurostar and Kings Cross mainline stations. It is also well served by underground stations at Euston, Kings Cross and Russell Square while the Brunswick Centre, with the largest Waitrose in Central London, Lambs Conduit St and Granary Square at Kings Cross within easy reach.

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