Keystone Crescent is an exquisite two-bedroom home in Kings Cross, its name inspired by its location on a unique crescent-shaped street of Victorian homes that seems worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Excellently located, this delightful retreat places you right in the beating heart of London, providing easy access to all the most popular landmarks and beyond. If you don’t feel like hopping on the tube, you’ve got plenty of entertainment right on your doorstep too. With an abundance of restaurants, bars and boutiques dotted around bustling Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard, you’ll be spoilt for choice on where to eat, drink and shop. If you fancy stretching your legs, then the nearby canal makes for an excellent stroll.
Taking its inspiration from a collection of artists and intellectuals who occupied the area in the first half of the 20th century – known as the Bloomsbury Group – this sumptuous townhouse is truly a feast for the eyes. Evidence of the group’s bohemian elegance and free spirited ways run throughout the design, perfectly balanced by original Victorian features and hints of old world opulence. The quirky juxtapositions and daring colour palettes of Luke Edward Hall and Duncan Campbell can be seen here too, especially in the bold and beautiful sitting room. It’s on this level that you’ll also find the bathroom, fitted with a decadent roll-top bathtub.
Follow the stairs down and you’ll discover the kitchen, dining room, and garden – a cosy space to unwind in if the sun is shining. On the uppermost level are the two bedrooms, the master bedroom boasting a super king and the second bedroom with an equally as comfy king-sized bed.
Keystone Crescent’s individuality is not only expressed through its vibrant furnishings and fabrics but also through the fabulous artworks lining the walls. Featured in a variety of films and advertisements, this special home celebrates the eclectic charm and vivacious spirit of one of the world’s finest capital cities.