Listed at $8,859,207 / £6,500,000
Masterful design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in ‘Lost House’, a three-bedroom home located at the famous King’s Cross with a breath-taking living space and indoor swimming pool, designed by the internationally renowned architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE
The Lost House, Kings Cross, N1 LONDON
3674 square feet
At the heart of this spectacular King’s Cross property, of approximately 3674 square feet, is a vast reception area approximately 60ft in length, including spectacular volume of ceiling height, comprising a kitchen, dining area, and living area all finished with impeccable attention to detail. Encompassing the space with natural light are three beautiful gardens and a fish pond. The reception room also includes sunken seating and a cinema area. Beyond the kitchen are a guest bathroom and stairs up to a large bedroom which can also be used as an office.
The other house level contains a guest bedroom with an en suite shower room and the master bedroom with a dressing room, a wet room with his-and-hers sinks, a steam room, and an enclosed swimming pool. The house also has a large private garage with two parking spaces and accessed from York Way.
Lost House is a truly unique space, and the owners have capitalized on the design and space. It has featured in fashion shows, TV series, and filmography over the years, offering income opportunities.
Kings Cross has undergone a phenomenal and continuing transformation with significant investment over the past years, including the relocation of Google’s new London HQ, the investment into a residential living, and the various amenity spaces, arguably making it London’s Tech Hub.
The area is extremely well-connected with King’s Cross Underground (Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith & City lines) located only a short walking distance away and the Eurostar terminal, King’s Cross mainline station, and regular buses.
The area also offers an excellent selection of cafes, bars, The Coal office restaurant, and shopping with the fashionable Coal Drops Yard situated less than a 10-minute walk from the house where Tom Dixon has experimented with designing a studio with an industrial background, The Coal House.
In 2020 FT.com answered the questions – What is it to live in King’s Cross district. An article on how successful the King’s Cross £3bn property regeneration development landscape is with interviews from residents. Public squares, parks, heritage buildings, and many more are restored and repurposed by architectural studio Heathrwick.
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