Spitfire Building, N1 (£2,687 PCM) £620 PW
2 Bedroom Flat Tenancy Info
- 2 Bedroom | 2 Bathroom
- 720 Sq. Feet | 66 Sq. Meters
- Warehouse Conversion
The Spitfire Building was originally built for the boot polish manufacturer Everett and Company in 1905. The foundation stone on the front of the building confirms that the company was established in 1800 and provided boot polish to both King Edward VII and the Prince of Wales.
The apartment is located on the third floor (with lift) and accommodation comprises entrance hall, reception room with open plan kitchen, bifold door to private terrace, sliding door to second bedroom/further reception space, bathroom, utility cupboard, main bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room. Internal floorspace extends to 66 sqm (720 sq ft).
Finishes include engineered oak flooring, cat 6 cabling, German manufactured kitchens with quartz worktops, Siemens appliances including induction hob, Amos rain showers, integrated wardrobes, wood decked terraces with external power point. Offered furnished.
Collier Street runs parallel to Pentonville Road from Northdown Street to Rodney Street to the east of Kings Cross and St Pancras stations and to the west of Islington's Upper Street. The area has seen tremendous improvement in recent years due to the redevelopment of the rail network and attraction of Google and the Guardian's offices to name but a few. The nearest underground station is Kings Cross St Pancras for Northern, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Victoria and Piccadilly lines. St Pancras International provides London's Eurostar services as well as multiple national rail routes.