On the cool, tree-lined Grosvenor Avenue comes an extraordinary collection of 10 sublime apartments. With decadent tones of brass, bronze and dark timber alongside cutting edge technology, X-N5 breaks barriers in luxury; opulent, stylish, yet simple.
This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment on the first floorï¿½is arranged overï¿½796 sq ft and comes with a south facing balcony attached. Finished throughout with a solid oak timber parquet floor it comes equipped with an open plan shaker style kitchen with white marble worktop and fully integrated appliances. Shower rooms / ensuites are decorated with white marble tiled floors and white porcelain gloss wall tiles with a marble feature wall, while family bathrooms feature textured grey stone effect porcelain tiles, Duravit sanitary ware and Hansgrohe brass fittings.
A small area, rich in history, Canonbury began life as a manor house surrounded by bucolic fields and meadows, built by the Canons of St Bartholomewï¿½s Priory in the 14th century as a summer retreat. The area stayed this way for almost four centuries, with a tower folly added by Prior Bolton in 1526, which still remains today.
Nestled in between the northern end of Upper Street and Essex Road, Canonbury is a leafy oasis of peaceful grandeur. Just to the north of X-N5 and Grosvenor Avenue is the village-like Highbury Barn, the gourmetï¿½s mecca, and Canonbury Station, on the North & East London Overground network is literally at the end of the road.
A short walk in the other direction is Highbury & Islington Station, which is also on the Overground network as well as the Underground
Victoria line. The latter connects to stations from Brixton to Walthamstow Central, via Kingï¿½s Cross St Pancras, which has a rich network of overground and tube links to every part of London as well as numerous rail links to the rest of the country and Europe.