Sitting in the heart of Camden’s £400m restoration, this trendy studio flat could be the perfect homestead for a young professional.
As part of the Maiden Lane Estate, the apartment was originally built in 1982 in a scheme by renowned architects Benson and Forsyth. Camden Council recently paid for a major refurbishment in an attempt to grow the estate, resulting in attractive modern apartments in one of the trendiest boroughs in all of London.
The studio flat offers some impressive open-plan living space, with a connected kitchen, living and bedroom area on the first floor.
While the kitchen and bathroom may be compact, what space they do have is used expertly; the rooms lack for nothing, and a combination of white decor and plenty of natural light helps to make the entire apartment feel open and clean.
From the bedroom, you can also step out onto a spacious private balcony, easily large enough for an urban garden, outdoor seating area, or both!
Location wise, you could not do much better! The apartment is just a stone’s throw away from King’s Cross Station, one of the country’s most important transport hubs and a convenient gateway to anywhere in London. Continued redevelopment in the area has also attracted plenty of entertainment, shops and businesses, including Google!
The apartment is currently available with The Modern House at £310,000.
Philip knows the most frustrating aspect of a home improvement job is not knowing anything about it! In the news, Phil is always on the look out for properties that inspire. He’s a fan of modern properties, with a particular soft spot for skyscrapers.