The magic from Kings is crossing over into ‘Cally’

Kings Cross has come a long way in the last few years. From what was once a run-down red light district is now one of the capitals biggest tourist attractions, thanks to the likes of Harry Potter and the new developments required to build St Pancras international station.  Fast forward a few years, the areas have seen a new postcode introduced into the area – N1C. This redevelopment over the years has started spreading in the neighbouring areas, specifically Caledonian Road, or as it’s more locally known as ‘Cally’.

From what was once a run-down red light district is now one of the capitals biggest tourist attractions, thanks to the likes of Harry Potter and the new developments required to build St Pancras international station.  In the last few years, has seen a new postcode introduced into the area – N1C. This redevelopment over the years has started spreading in the neighbouring areas, specifically Caledonian Road, or as it’s more locally known as ‘Cally’.

Specifically, the London Square Caledonian Road, which has around 150 private sale flats in the Market Road conservation area and they’re available to buy this month. The highrise buildings are in a pastel hue, a nod to the famous colourful buildings in Notting Hill that are around the edge of a court yard that provides amenities such as an entrance lobby, fully equipped gym and 24 hr concierge service. The flats are open plan, with underfloor heating and balconies and all of them cater to both retail and commercial needs.

The expectation of new builds in London nowadays is that their location is just as impressive as the building and the development is no exception. Just a stone’s throw away is the Camley Street Natural Park an overgrown oasis where you can take leisurely strolls along the pathways and see the boats along the nearby lock.

If you’re thinking about moving or looking to invest in property, this is a new development that is definitely worth considering.

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