170 Copenhagen Street, Kings Cross, London, N1

£635 per week
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Lovely south facing apartment within a sought after modern development conveniently located close to both Kings Cross and Angel.
This bright and attractive modern apartment has a lovely reception room with wood floors and contemporary open plan kitchen, south facing balcony with far reaching views, two double bedrooms and a lovely modern bathroom. The flat is a generous size and is bright and airy throughout.

Kings Quarter Apartments is a stylish and sought after development in an enviable location close to both Kings Cross station and Angel station. There are superb local amenities including Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard and also the eclectic shops, bars and restaurants on Upper Street.

Council Tax Band: E
Deposit: £3285.00

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