Ideally situated to enjoy the many cultural and culinary delights Bloomsbury and Russell Square have on offer is this charming one-bedroom apartment.
Set on the second floor, this bright flat comprises a sizable lounge with secondary glazing over its large windows, which leads to a semi-open plan galley styled kitchen. The hallway houses a useful storage closet and leads to the bathroom and generously proportioned bedroom.
Hamilton House is moments from the British Museum, in an exciting part of Bloomsbury with many bars, restaurants and shopping close by. Covent Garden, Soho, Fitzrovia, ucl, lse and the West End are a short walk away. The nearest transport links include Holborn, Tottenham Court Road (Cross Rail) and Russell Square tube Stations for access to the Central, Northern, Piccadilly lines whilst Kings Cross Station for the Eurostar and national rail services is also nearby.
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