Royal College Street is the connecting road between Kentish Town, Mornington Crescent and Camden. It’s in eyeshot of Camden Road station, which offers Overground trains to Richmond, Stratford and Clapham Junction. Residents here are just a few stops from buzzing Highbury and Islington and the famous ‘Supper Street’, or trendy Dalston with its string of bars, restaurants and rooftop clubs.
But residents here don’t have to travel far for fantastic amenities; Royal College Street is perfectly positioned close to many shops, restaurants and cafes as well as the world famous Camden Market and Lock. Though quiet and neighbourly, the street is a hub for pubs and you’ll find the popular, old-school saloon bar, The Golden Lion on the street, as well as the popular gastropub, The Prince Albert.
The Regent's Canal is also nearby and provides a pedestrian/cycle route to King’s Cross and buzzing Granary Square. There are numerous bike docking stations on the road.
Housing on the street is an interesting mix of Victorian terraces and purpose-built apartments. Given the exclusive NW1 location, property on the street is extremely sought-after and commands a high sale price; a 2-bedroom purpose-built apartment starts from around £599,995, but two-bedroom terrace houses on the street can fetch up to £1,275,000.
The residents on the street are a mix of families and young professionals, with a high number renting.
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