Green, Green, Green – Bloomsburys Garden Squares
Zone 1 London; the heart of the action, busy, noisy, smoggy right? Not necessarily! If you are sitting in one of Bloomsbury’s garden squares, you would think you were a world away from one of the busiest transport hubs of London- Kings Cross St Pancras International.
Bloomsbury still retains that Olde London or Dickensian feel, with its grand Georgian terraced houses, dark cobbled alleys and of course its green parks.
Mix in with this a bit of brutalist architecture, such as the Brunswick Centre (at the very centre of the area); and some of the best boutique shopping in London; on Lambs Conduit Street and you have a heady combination of history, culture and fashion.
What you will also discover, if you look carefully enough, is a very private mews development which overlooks one of the quaint tree lined squares – The Old Dairy.
This new scheme is situated on a historic site of the 1864 Express Dairies warehouse, and one of the very last clear sites for development in Bloomsbury.
Just six minutes’ walk from the busy Kings Cross but enjoying the peace and tranquillity of neighbouring St Georges Gardens, the development consists of just 11 contemporary apartments and two townhouses all set within a private gated mews.
Built with a contemporary architectural design, created to blend in with the trees and surrounding period properties, The Old Dairy offers the very best in interior décor and finishes.
Bloomsbury is famous as an area of garden squares and gardens. The ‘residential square’ is a unique feature of London and is not matched by anything elsewhere in the world.
Minutes from The Old Dairy, you can discover one of the 16 garden squares Bloomsbury has to offer and perhaps enjoy a drink and one of the old English pubs that seem to appear on most street corners of the area.
See for yourself, visit one of Bloomsbury’s garden squares and you will soon forget that you are sitting or living in ‘busy’ Zone 1!
The Old Dairy will be ready for occupation at the end of 2019. For more information on this project, click here!