Sleek 2 bed penthouse apartment with terrace in trendy Chalk Farm, Camden.
This stylish split-level apartment is on the top floor of a Victorian townhouse on the fashionable Prince of Wales Road in Chalk Farm.
The main living space is warm and inviting, with two large grey sofas, an antique style desk, large mirror on one wall and an original fireplace with exposed brickwork surround. A splash of maroon comes from the abstract painting on one wall and there are many other interesting pieces of art throughout. This is a lovely space for entertaining, with a large flatscreen tv with Sky and a super surround sound system.
The room is spacious with two sash windows on one side and another in the kitchen at the far end of the room. The dining table and chairs are alongside another wall of exposed brick, which has a built-in wine rack and there are wooden floors throughout. The kitchen is fully equipped with a modern hob and cooker, a fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
The master bedroom is an impressive space, with a double bed, a white chest of drawers and a large fitted wardrobe. Dark wood French windows open out onto a lovely balcony space. The second bedroom has a double bed with a black & white floral bedstead, pine chest of drawers, a large built-in cupboard and a free-standing full length mirror. (For fifth and sixth guests, the sofas can be set up as beds, or additional single mattresses can be brought in, on request.)
The modern bathroom has a bath with shower attachment over it, a loo, sink and heated towel rail.
The local areas of Chalk Farm and Kentish Town have a variety of delights, from the Camden Market to gastro pubs and restaurants and state of the art sports centres. There are many boutique shops and art galleries to explore and you are also near the upmarket areas of Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath.
Kentish Town West is the nearest station, about a minute's walk away!
Alternatively, Chalk Farm tube station is just 5 minutes away and connects to the Northern line and Camden Town (also on the Norther line) is just under a 10 minute walk. There are many buses leaving from nearby bus stop which will take you to all areas of the Capital.
Area Description: "Bordering Regent's Park, Camden Town in northwest London is best known for its market and perhaps more recently the late great Amy Winehouse.
It became an important location during the early development of the railways and is located on the London canal network. In 1816, the Regent's Canal was built through the area creating a lock around which Camden Lock Village was developed. Today it is home to the internationally renowned Camden Market where you are sure to find something for the whole family. Amongst the bustling clothes, crafts and jewellery stands, there are some really unique pubs and bars offering nightly live music and DJs. The Lockside Lounge on the water's edge is a popular spot, as are the Barfly and Proud Camden music venues on Chalk Farm road on the west side of the district. You can enjoy fresh food from every continent whilst sitting astride a motorbike on the canal's edge, eating and watching the ducks swim by.
This area is renowned for its alternative culture although there are many period properties to enjoy a traditional style of home, from Georgian and early Victorian townhouses to modern apartments and mews homes on cobbled streets, making this an area full of character which will appeal to everyone. Many townhouses in Camden are over three or even four floors so there's plenty of space for the whole family to relax."