Living in Kings Cross
Situated in the Central London and bordered by the Boroughs of Camden, Bloomsbury and Islington, Kings Cross is famous for its architecturally jewelry railway station. From this point railway train goes in various directions. The Kings Cross property architecture is represented by historical buildings built in Victorian style, that are interleaved between New England style and contemporary buildings. The area, lately developed into a culturally place, where various cultural events and exhibitions being held in the 2000s.
Kings Cross Estate Agents recommend the area for its cheap rent prices, the King Cross lettings being well represented in the area. King Cross flats are positioned in buildings loaded with history, in which arched windows, decorated with brick edges offer generous spaces or in buildings where the rooms are professionally decorated and equipped with all necessary equipments. After the 2000s the residential accommodation experienced a significant revival, as well as the business segment. Estate agents Kings Cross positions the area on the London real estate map as the properties that are accessible to those with average incomes. The potential of the area is quite good, so in the future, investments in Kings Cross properties will increase.
Sights & Attractions
The main attraction is the railway station itself, on which gravitated the social and commercial life of the area in the past- the Kings Cross railway station being the transport heart of London towards the North locations. Cultural center developed lately, King Cross hosts several major attractions in the area or nearby: Camley Street Natural Park, Charles Dickens Museum, The British Library, Camden Town Hall, St Pancras Old Church, British Postal Museum and Archive, Guildhall Art Gallery, Royal Mail Mount Pleasant Sorting Office, King’s Place and Cartwright Gardens.
Squares & Gardens
Squares are true works of modern architecture, being paved and decorated with various statues and obelisks. Some of them are designed as places for exhibitions and others with green stairs for air fresheners. Some of the well-priced in the area are Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross Pond Club, Regent’s Canal and Granary Square. Very well represented at the gardens and green space level, Kings Cross is one of the green areas of the city. Most gardens are well maintained, with manicured lawns, shrubs and trees that provide a well deserved oasis of freshness. Popular gardens in the Kings Cross zone are Camley Street Natural Park, Handyside Gardens, Gasholder Park, Lewis Cubitt Park, Cartwright Gardens and Skip Garden.
Universities & Colleges
School of Design London, the Universities of Ghana Overseas Office, City University London, The Royal Veterinary College, Institute of Laryngology & Otology, The Gower School, Law Studies School of Law & Social Science are some of the universities and colleges in the area dealing with the professional development of young students.
From the banks of The Gower School, Copenhagen Primary School, Blessed Sacrament RC Primary School, Winton Primary School, Children’s Hospital School at Gt Ormond Street and UCH, Maria Fidelis Roman Catholic Convent School FCJ, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School in the area have graduated young people, which are now enjoying the studies offered by the local universities.
Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital, University College Hospital, Bupa Centre, Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear, Saint Mary’s Hospital, Royal Free Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital and King’s College Hospital are equipped with modern equipment, being served by professional medical personnel.
High-speed subway lines that run through the underground stations of Caledonian Road & Barnsbury, Angel, Euston, Russell Square and King’s Cross St. Pancras and fast railway trains available in the St. Pancras, Euston and King’s Cross train stations will carry its travels fast and safe towards any London districts. The area development plans will allow increasing transport capacity in the future.
- Camden Town Hall
- The British Library
- Camley Street Natural Park
- London Canal Museum
- St Pancras Old Church
- King’s Place
- Charles Dickens Museum
- The Foundling Museum
- Guildhall Art Gallery
- Gagosian Gallery
- British Postal Museum and Archive
- Royal Mail Mount Pleasant Sorting Office
- Cartwright Gardens
- Winton Primary School
- The Gower School
- Blessed Sacrament RC Primary School
- Vittoria Primary School
- Copenhagen Primary School
- Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School
- Children’s Hospital School at Gt Ormond Street and UCH
- Maria Fidelis Roman Catholic Convent School FCJ
- Regent High School
- The Family School London
- Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear
- King’s College Hospital
- Bupa Centre
- University College Hospital
- Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundati
- Royal Free Hospital
- Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital
- Saint Mary’s Hospital
- Great Ormond Street Hospital
- King’s Cross St. Pancras
- Russell Square
- Caledonian Road & Barnsbury
- King’s Cross station
- Euston station
- King’s Cross (Thameslink) station
- St. Pancras station