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Since 2001 King’s Cross has been undergoing a transformation so significant the area has been given its own postcode. At over 67 acres, N1C will see 50 new buildings, 2,000 new homes, 20 new streets, 10 new public squares and a remarkable 26 acres of open space. This is not just a makeover, it’s a complete metamorphosis.

1 King’s Cross Station
Around 100,000 people travel through King’s Cross station each day, relying on services to the North of England and to Scotland.

2 St Pancras International
Offers services to the Southeast and the Midlands, as well as regular trains to Paris, Brussels and Lyon, with further international connections coming soon.

3 Granary Square
One of Europe’s largest public squares with spectacular fountains is the setting for the University of the Arts.

4 Waitrose
One of the largest Waitrose stores in Central London. As well fresh food counters, the King’s Cross branch is home to a juice bar and bakery.

5 Everyman Cinema
The three screen cinema will bring Everyman’s trademark indie programme as well as glossy blockbusters and excellent arthouse films.

6 Central Saint Martins
A world-class hub of creativity housed in the beautifully remodelled Granary Complex.

7 Coal Drops Yard
Soon to be London’s most exciting new shopping, bar and restaurant destination, set within and around these evocative historic buildings.

8 Gasholder Park
The perfect space to watch the narrowboats on the Regent’s Canal, this park features a circular lawn and a covered, landscaped walkway.

9 Jellicoe Gardens
Jellicoe Gardens is a place of quiet reflection. A tree-lined avenue encases a central flowing water rill which flows from one pavilion to another.

Two forms of identification are required by EACH purchaser:
1. Proof of Address (POA)
2. Proof of Identity (POI)
These must be either an original document or a certified copy.
Please note that both are required for each purchaser named on the sales contract and must be valid within the last three months.
14 storey traditional brick building designed by Maccreanor Lavington – inspired by classic design principles employing a language of full-height brick piers and windows
The upper levels of façades are richly textured featuring a warm coloured ‘woven’ glazed brick detail and tall, elegant double windows and complementing dark metalwork
The ground floor features a specially designed reconstituted stone detail which frames each window or entrance bay
Entrance door and frame in high quality oak veneer finish complete with anthracite door furniture including night latch and spy hole
Full scene set and dimmable lighting control system throughout
Home automation system
Herringbone engineered timber flooring to all rooms excluding bathrooms
Thermostatically controlled underfloor heating throughout
Comfort cooling to living areas and bedrooms in selected apartments
Telephone, television and data points to all reception rooms and bedrooms
Served by fibre network
Combined washer/dryer to all apartments
Kitchens in Fenman House have been specially designed by award winning interior architecture practice Johnson Naylor
Low level cabinets finished in oak timber veneer
with high level cabinets finished in white lacquer
Technical stone worktop with back painted glass splashback
Recessed down lighting to the work surface
High quality brassware with anthracite finish, Hansgrohe or similar
Designed by Johnson Naylor, the bathrooms in Fenman House feature such details as niche open shelving and rich dark metal detailing
Mirrored storage cabinet with an open shelving
niche and concealed lighting
Large format porcelain tiles to floor and walls
with feature natural stone in selected locations
High quality brassware with anthracite finish, Crosswater or similar
Bath in steel enamel with glazed shower screen where appropriate, white wall mounted WC,
walk in shower to selected master bathrooms
Uniformed daytime concierge service
Cold store drop-off for daytime refrigerated shopping deliveries and parcel store for oversized deliveries
10 year NHBC warranty
Video entry control to all apartments
CCTV surveillance to all public areas
Security fob access to all building entrances, car parks and lifts
Car parking and storage rooms available for purchase by separate negotiation. Applicable to selected apartments only
Secure bicycle storage
Lease expires in 2267
A building service charge will be payable together with an annual fixed contribution towards Estate services
Variances occur between apartment types, please refer to the sales team for details of a particular apartment
1. How good is the transport?
King’s Cross has the best transport connectivity in the UK, with two mainline stations, international services via the Eurostar, six tube lines and fast links to airports all on your doorstep.
2. How big is King’s Cross?
King’s Cross is the largest mixed use development in central London and covers 67 acres. 50 new buildings will provide some 2,000 new homes, some 3,500,000 sq ft of offices and 500,000 sq ft of retail space. The scheme has outline planning permission and more than 60% has now been designed in detail. Fenman House is the fifth collection of private apartments to be released for sale.
3. How soon will it be ready?
The Central Saint Martins campus opened its doors in Autumn 2011, shortly followed by the King’s Cross station ticket hall in early 2012. The first office occupiers moved in at the start of 2013, and we welcomed the first ArtHouse residents at the end of 2013. Since then, restaurateurs such as Bruno Loubet, Bill Granger and Theo Kyriakou have opened locations, and there are now a Waitrose supermarket and cookery school, two swimming pools, a gym, the FRAME fitness studio, a bootcamp and running club, two schools and a three-screen Everyman cinema (set to open in 2017). Fenman House is due to complete and be ready to move into in Q4 2017.
4. Where is it?
King’s Cross is in a prime part of central London, near the world famous institutions of the British Library, Francis Crick Institute, Regent’s Park and University College London. It is within walking distance of many of London’s other top universities, and most of London’s key attractions are only a few minutes away by tube.
5. Who owns King’s Cross?
King’s Cross is held in single ownership as a managed estate by the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP).
6. Who is developing King’s Cross?
The King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership is the landowner and developer for the King’s Cross Estate. The partnership includes developer Argent, who has responsibility for the delivery and management of the development, and is one of the most respected and admired property developers in the UK.
7. What is the Aga Khan Foundation?
The AKF(UK) are purchasing 25 apartments on levels 1, 2, 3 and 12 within Fenman House on the same leasehold basis as other purchasers.
The AKF is part of a group of private development agencies called the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), which has a mandate ranging from improving health and education to architecture, culture, the promotion of private sector enterprise and the revitalisation of historic cities.
1. Non-refundable reservation fee of £3,000 (£5,000 for Penthouses) payable upon reservation
2. A further 10% of purchase price (less booking fee) payable at exchange within 21 days – booking fee should be changed to reservation fee
3. A further 10% of purchase price 12 months after exchange or no later than 6 months before anticipate practical completion will be taken
4. Balance of 80% payable upon completion
5. No assignment until payment of second deposit

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