Quintessential Bloomsbury with a touch of Bohemian Swagger
About the apartment
This classic two-bedroom apartment is situated on the lower ground floor of one of Bloomsbury finest mansion blocks, Ridgmount Gardens.
Consisting of two double bedrooms with high ceilings and sash windows throughout, a reception room with fireplace, separate galley kitchen and family bathroom with bath.
This apartment has been modernised in recent years but retains the period charms of a mansion block apartment. Well propositioned and ideal for a central London base.
About the building
Ridgmount Gardens was built in the 1890s and since its birth has been regarded as a quintessential Bloomsbury address. With a number of notable residents, novelist and scholars alike.
Most interestingly in 1972, No 34 Ridgmount Gardens was the first London residence of a little-known musician, Bob Marley. He moved into the apartment in-between tours and it was in the cold winter of 1972 that he played his first London gig at a speakeasy a short walk away in Fitzrovia.
It’s a nice to think of the dichotomy of traditional Bloomsbury residents and bohemian swagger that must have been pumping out of No 34. I imagine the porters had a busy year…
About the local area
This property is ideally located just moments from the excellent and varied amenities that the West End has to offer. Residents of the block also benefit from use of the great private grounds of Ridgmount Gardens which are immediately opposite the block.
Goodge Street, Warren Street, Euston Square and Russell Square underground stations are nearby with Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras easily accessible.