Hurford Salvi Carr is pleased to offer a stunning 263 m2 / 2,387 sqft sub penthouse loft apartment to rent overlooking the impressive Kings Cross development that is home to St Martin’s School of Art and Granary Square.
The apartment features a wrap around terrace that takes full advantage of the panoramic views.
Until recently the property was the London home of David Bailey CBE’s (the world famous fashion and portrait photographer) and this beautiful refurbished sub-penthouse occupies the entire sixth floor of York Central a former British Royal Legion poppy warehouse developed in 1996 by London Buildings. The apartment is offered on an unfurnished basis to provide a blank canvass with a reception room alone which extends to over 1,300 sq ft with a new walnut floor laid to an industrial concrete trim and a recessed study or TV area. Crittall floor to ceiling warehouse windows make for a superbly bright space which retains original loft features.
The redevelopment of Kings Cross is one of Central London’s most exciting new schemes consisting of 2000 new homes, 20 new streets, 10 new public Squares and expected to house 500,000 square feet of new retail space. The area has attracted some of the world’s best known brands with Google, Louis Vuitton, Central St Martins (School of Art and Design) and The Guardian Newspaper establishing headquarters within the area. Kings Cross offers an enormous amount in the way of Art, Culture and Museums with The British Library, The Gagosian Gallery, The Shaw Theatre, The London Canal Museum and Sartorial
Contemporary Art all close by.
Kings Cross St Pancras offers six Underground Lines, Mainline and Eurostar giving access
to Paris in less than three hours.
The apartment is on the market with Hurford Salvi Carr at an asking price of £2,000 per
week on an unfurnished basis, subject to contract