Three properties for sale in King’s Cross

PUBLISHED: 12:19 28 March 2018

New development is everywhere in King's Cross

New development is everywhere in King's Cross


Here are three properties you can buy in King’s Croos, from new builds to conversions

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Britannia Street, Kings CrossBritannia Street, Kings Cross

Gasholders, King’s Cross, N1C

Prices from £810,00

The Gasholders is a stylish and contemporary new development set within the iconic King’s Cross gasholders. When completed, the three Grade II listed gasholder frames will house 145 distinctive apartments and penthouses, situated next to the picturesque Regent’s Canal. The apartments will also have access to a landscaped residents’ rooftop garden, a residents’ lounge, private dining room, cinema, gym and spa.


Tapestry Building, King's Cross WC1XTapestry Building, King's Cross WC1X

020 7409 8756

Tapestry, Canal Reach, King’s Cross, London, N1C


This apartment on the 11th floor of the iconic Tapestry building, offers two double bedrooms, large open plan kitchen and living area, two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite, and private parking. Amenities in the building include 24hr concierge, private gym & dining area as well as a beautifully landscaped communal garden. King’s Cross is soon to have a brand new architect designed shopping centre ‘Coal Drops Yard’ set to open in 2018 which is set to be one of London’s top shopping venues.

Knight Frank

020 3764 8914

Britannia Street, London, WC1X

from £700,000

This new boutique residential development is near King’s Cross and St Pancras Station. A traditional public house has been completely refurbished to provide eight unique and bespoke apartments. There are one and two bedroom light and bright apartments available, with open plan living areas and generous ceiling heights. All of the kitchens include integrated Bosh appliances – oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.

Knight Frank

020 3764 8914

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