Locations don’t get much more iconic than this, but you’ll have to pay big to live in this two-bedroom apartment in St Pancras Chambers, London NW1.
As you probably know, the grade I-listed building was opened in 1868, narrowly avoided demolition in the 1960s, then was renovated at great expense in the noughts. Part of that renovation saw the upper floors divided into the St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel and apartments, one of which you see here.
This is a two-bedroom apartment in the landmark building, with the design working with the original features for a mix of the old and the new. Double-height ceilings within this place should give a sense of space too.
Talking of space, you get this two bedrooms, along with a bathroom, shower room and reception room / kitchen. There are porter and concierge facilities too and a lift to access the flat.
Interested? Better check the bank balance then, as this is on the market for £1,795,000, which obviously doesn’t include any service charges.