An outstanding two double bedroom, two bathroom split level apartment, arranged over the top two floors of a period building, situated within easy reach of Kentish Town Underground. In excess of 1000 square feet, the accommodation is particularly spacious and conveniently arranged, having been the subject of a thorough programme of refurbishment with great care and attention to detail, resulting in a refined, elegant and sophisticated interior. On the lower floor, the spacious open plan reception opens on to a well-appointed modern white high-gloss kitchen with a comprehensive range of integrated appliances. A good size double bedroom with fitted storage and smart contemporary family bathroom complete the accommodation on this level. On the upper floor, a magnificent master bedroom of over 200 square feet, with fitted storage, opens on to a good size terrace, affording far-reaching views of the London skyline, and is served by a second bathroom. The apartment enjoys a great location on the doorstep of the many eclectic local independent shops, cafes and patisseries of Brecknock Road. Kentish Town and Caledonian Road tube stations are a short walk away, as is the overground at Camden Road and the exciting developments at Kings Cross including and St Pancras International.
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