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Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X

1 bedroom flat/apartment in London

£390 per week (£1,690 per month) Tenant Fees

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A beautifully presented one bedroom flat on the second floor of converted building situated between Russell Square and Kings Cross.

The property consists of a reception room with three large windows; of which includes a sofabed, dining table and chairs. Open plan fitted kitchen, with oven cooker, fridge and washer/ dryer. Bedroom has wooden flooring, fitted wardrobes, bed and bedside tables. Bathroom has been fitted with floor tiles, glass wall tiles, bath and power shower over the bath.

Grays Inn Road runs between Chancery Lane and Kings Cross tube stations, providing easy access to numerous tube lines (Central/Victoria/Piccadilly/Northern/Circle/Hammersmith & City/Metropolitan) as well as St Pancras/International and within walking distance of UCL, the West End and the City.

Inside West-End

from a local eye view

In the area

The West End is a truly fantastic area to work and to live in. It is still a collection of ‘villages’ and we are at the very centre of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia, Soho and Covent Garden. Each one of these distinct areas has its own feel and ambience. There are enough restaurants, theatres, cinemas and retail distractions to keep anyone occupied. On top of this there many world class Universities, colleges and institutions based here. This all combines to generate a diversified, stimulating and fascinating environment in which to work and live.

More about the Area

What's popular in West End?

  • James Smith & Sons

    James Smith & Sons Umbrella Shop is a proud part of London since 1830. Selling umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks, James Smith & Sons is a slice of Victorian London moments from Holborn tube station.

  • Rules Restaurant

    Established in 1798, this Edwardian style restaurant serves classic British food specialising in traditional game dishes. Rules is one of the oldest restaurants in London!

  • Riding House Cafe

    A popular hangout for creative types serving comfort food and all-day brasserie classics in quirky, retro-inspired surrounds.

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A beautifully presented one bedroom flat on the second floor of converted building situated between Russell Square and Kings Cross.

The property consists of a reception room with three large windows; of which includes a sofabed, dining table and chairs. Open plan fitted kitchen, with oven cooker, fridge and washer/ dryer. Bedroom has wooden flooring, fitted wardrobes, bed and bedside tables. Bathroom has been fitted with floor tiles, glass wall tiles, bath and power shower over the bath.

Grays Inn Road runs between Chancery Lane and Kings Cross tube stations, providing easy access to numerous tube lines (Central/Victoria/Piccadilly/Northern/Circle/Hammersmith & City/Metropolitan) as well as St Pancras/International and within walking distance of UCL, the West End and the City.

Live like a local

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  • King's Cross St. Pancras
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  • Kings Cross Underground Station
  • London St Pancras Megabusplus

The West End is a truly fantastic area to work and to live in. It is still a collection of ‘villages’ and we are at the very centre of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia, Soho and Covent Garden. Each one of these distinct areas has its own feel and ambience. There are enough restaurants, theatres, cinemas and retail distractions to keep anyone occupied. On top of this there many world class Universities, colleges and institutions based here. This all combines to generate a diversified, stimulating and fascinating environment in which to work and live.

  • James Smith & Sons

    James Smith & Sons Umbrella Shop is a proud part of London since 1830. Selling umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks, James Smith & Sons is a slice of Victorian London moments from Holborn tube station.

  • Riding House Cafe

    A popular hangout for creative types serving comfort food and all-day brasserie classics in quirky, retro-inspired surrounds.

  • Rules Restaurant

    Established in 1798, this Edwardian style restaurant serves classic British food specialising in traditional game dishes. Rules is one of the oldest restaurants in London!

  • The British Museum

    The British Museum, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture.

Contact West End

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