A beautifully presented, split level two double bedroom apartment for sale, on the ground and first floors of this lo-rise ex-local authority building, in the heart of Kings Cross.
With a communal entrance shared with only one other neighbour, this delightful property is a superb prospect for homebuyers or investors alike.
The love and attention lavished by the current owners is evident throughout; refurbished to a tasteful, high standard, there is a pervading sense of warmth, serenity and calm.
Stunning, jacobean wood stained parquet flooring, fabricated from Russian white birch, guides you from the apartment entrance, directly upstairs (attractively finished in hardwearing sea-grass) and further around the ground floor.
To the left, a bright conservatory, informally constructed by the vendors over ten years ago, looks out across the back garden. The resulting reception space is a light and welcoming refuge. The garden itself, whilst NE facing, is also a great size and houses a large shed at one end for external storage.
To the right of the hallway, the kitchen boasts integrated appliances and is sizeable enough to house a dining table, or, with future adaptation, a breakfast bar. This leads onto the front, decked patio area. Some canny bamboo planting assures privacy, whilst the vendors will also be refreshing the fencing prior to any sale completion. One can also enter the property here, directly via the garden gate.
The hallway leads on to some ingenious under stair storage and desk space, a master WC and to the right, the main rear reception. The parquet flooring continues throughout, whilst the colour scheme is well chosen, complimentary and discreet.
On the upper floor, two equally proportioned double bedrooms both offer built in storage, wooden floors and double glazed windows, whilst a tastefully refurbished, stone tiled bathroom boasts a huge rain-effect shower head, powered by a JAB megaflow and additional storage at the other end of the upper hallway.
Coopers Lane Estate itself was built in the 1980's and presents very well. Located just to the left of St Pancras Road, moments from the Francis Crick Institute and The British Library, it is under five minutes walk in either direction to St Pancras International or the many exciting attractions of Granary Square or Coaldrops Yard and the heart of the exciting Kings Cross regen zone. Bloomsbury and Camden central are also both under 15 minutes walk away.
With 97 years remaining on the lease, the service charge is very reasonable and includes gas, heating and hot water. Camden Council also takes care of the communal boiler and, we are reliably informed by the vendors, certainly come running if there are any issues, particularly in Winter.
A cracking prospect.