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Top 3 properties for sale in King’s Cross

PUBLISHED: 12:05 09 July 2015 | UPDATED: 12:05 09 July 2015

St Pancras Chambers, NW1, £2,850,000

St Pancras Chambers, NW1, £2,850,000

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Though best known as a transport hub due to its historic train station, in recent years King’s Cross has seen a rejuvenation that is increasingly offering new, high quality apartment buildings with slick modern design, while many traditional older homes also remain in the nearby squares and streets.

St Pancras Chambers, NW1, £2,850,000St Pancras Chambers, NW1, £2,850,000

Dulverton Mansions, Grays Inn Road, WC1X, £595,000

Dulverton Mansions, WC1X, £595,000Dulverton Mansions, WC1X, £595,000

This one-bedroom flat is set in a red-brick Edwardian mansion block, close to the shopping of the Brunswick Centre and transport at King’s Cross and St Pancras offering excellent investment potential.

Charming features include wooden floors, sash windows and fireplaces.

Frank Harris & Co

Wilmington Square, WC1X, £1,150,000

Wilmington Square, WC1X, £1,150,000Wilmington Square, WC1X, £1,150,000

A three-bedroom flat in a building formerly used as the offices for the British Legion, this third-floor property offers all the features and benefits expected from an elegant Georgian square.

High ceilings, sash windows, original parquet flooring, a feature fireplace, attractive wall panelling and a south-facing balcony all combine in this attractive space.

Currell

St Pancras Chambers, Euston Road, NW1, £2,850,000

This duplex apartment is one of the largest homes available in one of London’s landmark buildings, built in 1866 and renovated in 2008-9.

Set over the fourth and fifth floors of the building, the flat has views of the City.

Knight Frank

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