We checked the information and the developer's representatives confirmed that units in this residential complex can be purchased by using a mortgage.
Nestled between King’s Cross and the British Museum, the new complex resides in the very heart of London, in the borough of Camden.
The Old Dairy is sheltered from the bustling capital by the tranquil leafy neighbourhood. Among numerous green spaces surrounding the building are Brunswick Square Gardens, Coram’s Fields, Regent Square Gardens, St. Andrew’s Gardens, and Calthorpe Community Gardens, all of which can be reached in under 7 minutes. Moreover, the serene atmosphere and tall trees of St. George’s Gardens are right outside the door.
Apart from the abundance of green spaces, the area is marked by the presence of the University of London, attracting numerous amenities and facilities to the neighbourhood. A plethora of small bookshops, cafes, and coffee houses have found their ways into the thriving community of Camden, along with other academic and medical institutions.
In addition, the Old Dairy is 2 minutes away from the Brunswick Centre, a huge shopping centre with fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and a cinema.
Travelling around and out of the city might be the most convenient thing when you are a resident of the Old Dairy as it is 10 minutes away from King’s Cross, the major rail hub of London. Apart from that, the area has several subway stations within walking distance, including Euston Square and Russell Square.
The 3-storey building is stretched along St. George’s Gardens. Due to the park’s diagonal position in relation to the surrounding streets, the Old Dairy is narrowed on one end, resembling a triangle. Moreover, triangular elements are dominant in the design of the building. First, the façade is covered with brown peaked panels and mixed with sleek full-height windows. Secondly, the top of the complex is comprised of a series of double-pitched roofs that flatten out as the building narrows down. Finally, the façade walls form a couple of triangular-shaped tips.
The beautifully landscaped route connects all entrances of the complex.
The Old Dairy provides its residents with covered cycle storage and bin stores, adding to the comfort of residents.
In addition, the new residential complex is equipped with top-notch security measures, including an audio/video entry phone and a grade 2 intruder alarm, while the townhouses come with a grade 3 system instead.
The Old Dairy consists of 13 units, including 1 one-bedroom and 10 two-bedroom apartments as well as 2 three-bedroom townhouses.
All units are equipped with underfloor heating, served from the central boiler plant. In addition, all bedrooms come with luxury fitted carpets to keep your feet warm.
The fully-fitted kitchens feature Neff/AEG integrated appliances and Franke brassware. The floor is covered with engineered timber boards.
In the bathrooms, the floor and walls of wet areas are covered with porcelain tiles, accentuated by black brassware.
Also, the lower ground apartments come with a paved courtyard, shielded by painted render walls.
The Old Dairy is a project of Goldenstone, a real estate development company that started its activities in 2014. The London-based developer has gathered an experienced team of professionals to endow the capital with high-quality homes that are seamlessly framed into the surrounding area and meet the modern standards of comfort living. The impressive list of the company’s projects includes the Osborn Apartments, Oakley Gardens, and the Mall.
For more detailed information on the Old Dairy, please visit the official website of the developer.