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Looking For A New Flat? This St Pancras Clock Tower Home Is On Sale For £4.6 Million

Julie Freeman Julie Freeman - Staff Writer

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This St Pancras gothic revival flat will cost you a pretty penny.

Another extremely modest London flat is up for sale, and we’re once again tempted to cancel our lease ASAP. All jokes aside, this incredible home will make your jaw drop, and just might be worth the steep price of £4.6 million. It’s located in the St Pancras Chambers clock tower, and is the only apartment with the original Victorian painted ceiling designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the 1870s still intact.

The world-famous building is home to the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, and has also appeared in the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets film, posing as ‘King’s Cross Station’ (which was favoured over the real station by the producers, as it looked more majestic).

The clock tower’s corner apartment is currently on the market with UK Sotheby’s International Realty, and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus a copper bathtub located on a mezzanine level above the master bedroom.

Because it’s so much fun to browse real estate listings that we couldn’t possibly afford in a million years, we have another luxe one for you to gawk at, coincidentally located in the same building.

Nest Seekers International are currently selling St Pancras Chambers’ main penthouse with three floors and sweeping views across the city of London, for £11.5 million. With incredible design, a massive staircase, enormously high country-house style ceilings, exposed Victorian beams, as well as three bedrooms and five bathrooms, we’ll let these pictures speak for themselves:

Photo: Nest Seekers International
Photo: Nest Seekers International
Photo: Nest Seekers International

Ok, back to reality now… Happy house hunting!

For something a bit more ‘affordable’, take a look at this questionable Kensington flat which is barely big enough to live in, but will still cost you an arm and a leg.