King’s Cross Homes

Property for sale in King’s Cross ranges from renovated warehouses and new developments to period properties in the iconic St. Pancras Chambers. Whether you’re a professional looking for a modern new-build, or a family seeking a spacious Victorian or Georgian property, you’ll find something to suit you in King’s Cross. 

From fountains at Granary Square to shopping at the chic Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross is an ideal location for someone looking for a mix of attractions and events on their doorstep.

The area offers a wide range of public and private primary schools, many of which are rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, such as Gower Primary School. You will also have a choice of secondary schools and colleges in the area. 

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Eating out in King’s Cross

Canalside Granary Square is a hub for independent and global restaurants and cafes, each with its own terrace where you can people watch while you enjoy your meal. A short walk away you’ll find Dishoom, the popular Bombay-inspired restaurant. Head to the east of the square to find The Lighterman for contemporary drinking and dining and panoramic views. On a warm day, grab an ice cream from Ruby Violet as you watch the fountain show. 

Need more options? Drop into Coal Drops Yard where you’ll find great places to grab a bite. 

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Entertainment in King’s Cross

Apart from the many restaurants and bars, King’s Cross also features art galleries such as the Lethaby Gallery and King's Place Gallery. Soak up some culture at The British Library, home to the Magna Carta and handwritten Beatles lyrics as well as some of the most important manuscripts in British literature across an incredible 400 miles of shelves. 

Throughout the year, King’s Cross is also the host of festivals, exhibitions, markets, installations, and concerts. 

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Local amenities in King’s Cross

The covered weekend market at King’s Cross is the place to find artisan traders, including fresh produce, street food and drinks. If you need to pick up some extra food shopping, you have M&S and a large Waitrose on your doorstep. 

King’s Cross Station is one of the most well-connected stations in the city. With six underground stations to take you around the city, commuting will be easy. Not only does the station in the 19th century Grade I listed building connect you to the North and South, but it also takes you overseas to Paris, Brussels, and continental Europe.

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