Keystone Crescent, N1 SOLD
5 Bedroom House
- 1233 Sq ft - 115 Sq m
- Five Bedrooms
- Charming Crescent
- Freehold Grade II* Listed
This really is a true gem! located in possibly the prettiest and most sought after street in Kings Cross.
A very special opportunity to acquire a FREEHOLD Grade II* listed house in the Keystone Crescent Conservation area with an abundance of character and charm.
Built in the 1840's this is a wonderful example of early Victorian architecture and is believed to be the smallest full crescent of complete houses in Europe.
The current owner has lived in the house since 1995 and it really feels like a home. The accommodation which is very versatile comprises a double reception room, kitchen, five bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and small patio.
Keystone Crescent is located off Caledonian Road and is moments from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations.
The redevelopment of Kings Cross is one of Central London's most exciting schemes, once its 67 acres of space is completed it will comprise 2000 new homes, 10 new public squares and 20 new streets. It is attracting some of the biggest known brands who see Kings Cross as the most Avant Garde destination in Central London.
Google, Louis Vuitton, Central St Martins School of Art and Design and the Guardian Newspaper are just a hand full to mention, who now call Kings Cross home.
The choice of "eating out" locally is superb from must visit food markets to the very best fine dining at Grain Store, The Gymnasium, The Gilbert Scott Cocktail & Champagne bar and Caravan.
For the culturally minded there is plenty to entertain with the British Library, the Gagosian Gallery, the Shaw Theatre and the London Canal Museum.
The area offers possibly the best transport links in Central London with Kings Cross/St Pancras having mainline access, the Eurostar terminus as well as being the intersection of six underground lines (Victoria, Piccadilly, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City).
This is a fabulous opportunity to move into one of Central London's most thriving areas.