On a gently inclined street within Kentish Town roosts this beautiful one bedroom flat. With exquisite detailing that makes the most of the prominent, first-floor positioning, it’s a little slice of a friendly neighbourhood where green and social spaces abound.

Torriano Avenue, Kentish Town, 1 Bed. Flat



21st-century luxe in an elegant period setting: that’s this flat in a nutshell. Stylishly remodelled from top to bottom, this one bedroom home takes full advantage of every square foot and every ray of sunshine.

Three newly-fitted, double-glazed sash windows bathe the reception room in natural light, while the built-ins around the fireplace make for a cosy reading nook. The marble bathroom is boutique-hotel worthy, and every fitting and fixture has been chosen to achieve an aesthetic whole. The result is a space that exudes a sparkling calm and an invitation to entertain.

The flat is walking distance from Kentish Town and Tufnell Park stations. More than a fair share of pubs, cafes, delis and shops are on the doorstep. And it’s also within reach of Hampstead Heath and year-round swimming at the Parliament Hill Lido. It’s all part of what makes this space so enticing, both inside and out.


The EPC gives a current Energy Efficiency Rating: C & Environmental Impact Rating: C

In the Borough of Camden, the flat falls into Council Tax Band C (£1388.76 for 2018/2019).

The flat is leasehold, with 119 years left on the lease and a ground rent of £200 per annum and a yearly service charge of £1,451. The apartment is one of five in the building.

The flat has been extensively remodelled by the current owners, who added new double-glazed timber sash windows, new flooring, a new fireplace opening, modern kitchen and bathroom, and new electrics.


We love that we’re so close to everything in Kentish Town and Tufnell Park, especially all the cute cafes and the sourdough bakery, Bread by Bike, on Brecknock Road. Hampstead Heath isn’t too far away, and lovely little Montpelier Gardens is practically our back garden.


Whilst we endeavour to maintain accurate photographs, floor plans and descriptions, these are intended as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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