About

Located in the buzzy, vibrant neighbourhood of Camden Town, 73 Oakley Square is an historic Georgian townhouse modernised into 10 contemporary pied-à-terres individually designed for comfort, safety and privacy.

The Building

73 Oakley Square is located just south of Camden Town and a short hop from King’s Cross and Fitzrovia, in the lively and eclectic North-Western corner of Central London.  The building comprises 10 artfully designed, sophisticated living units each with built-in kitchen, an ensuite bathroom and a comfortable living-dining area to complement the luxurious bed specified to provide a blissful night’s sleep. Ideal for longer stays in Central London, these compact but thoughtfully appointed flats are functional, convenient and delightfully private.

Cleaning & Surface Sanitisation

All flats within the building are equipped with air and surface sanitisation technology to ensure a worry-free environment and stay for residents, safe from any unhealthy concentration of bacteria, viruses or mould. The hygiene of each unit and the circulation areas within the building are a priority and this is reflected in the state-of-the-art technology deployed to quietly work in the background to clean and manage these sources of ill-health and discomfort. Complementing this is a strict cleaning regime by building housekeeping on a daily and weekly schedule.

Local Community

Camden Town is a vibrant and buzzing neighbourhood in North-West London, known for its music scene and market full of fashion goods, fine and handmade jewellery, artwork, and plenty of other curiosities. There are also an outstanding variety of restaurants and food vendors providing the local community with Vietnamese, Japanese, South Indian, Spanish, French, Italian, Turkish, and Ethiopian cuisine. It is also home to London’s first Whole Foods location on Parkway, a 5 minute walk away from Oakley Square.

The nightlife scene is one of the best in the city, with alternative clubs and creative counterculture, as well as live music, old-school pubs and major venues like the Jazz Café.

Transport Connectivity

Mornington Crescent is just a 2-minute walk away, where the Northern Line can be found. From there, the entire city is easily accessible. After 2 stops (Warren Street station), you can change lines and take the Victoria line and after 3 stops (Tottenham Court Road station) on to the Piccadilly Line.

 

For travel to/from Gatwick Airport, the Thameslink service to St. Pancras International is closest and a 20 minute walk on the Midland Road to Oakley Square. Alternatively, the Northern Line can be used to travel from King’s Cross to Mornington Crescent station.

 

For travel to/from Heathrow Airport, from thePiccadilly Line, the Northern Line is accessible at Leicester Square station, a 5 minute tube ride from Mornington Crescent.

 

For those that don’t quite fancy underground travel, Oakley Square is served by 10 bus routes providing access to Hammersmith, White City, Swiss Cottage, Hampstead, Highgate, Hackney, Islington, the City, Covent Garden, and the West End.