Set within an imposing period building, this second floor apartment offers floods of natural light through it's period sash windows, these are a feature of the open plan living space giving offering a dual aspect between both the lounge area and the modern kitchen.
The kitchen comprises of fitted appliances, a wealth of storage space and a ceramic tiled floor, the space also allows room for a dining table and is accessed via the central entrance hall. The bathroom is newly fitted and also benefits from fully tiled walls. The bedroom again has double aspect windows and provides built in storage space.
The building has the added benefit of a communal roof terrace affording views across the rooftops of Bloomsbury along with a communal storage unit on the ground floor for bicycles.
Calthorpe Street was named after Lord Calthorpe, the owner of the estate when the area was built between 1821-1826 in a typical Georgian style consisting of townhouse style dwellings. The street is positioned enviably for transport links, sitting between King's Cross St. Pancras station and Chancery Lane underground. Local attractions and amenities are also positioned close to the property including the world famous Sadler's Wells theatre which is a short walk away, as are the shops, restaurants and bars at Holborn. The squares and gardens of Bloomsbury are also a short distance from the flat providing nearby green space for relaxation.
Calthorpe Street would be ideal for a single professional or couple looking to be within walking distance of the City and the vibrant streets of the West End.