If good transport links to the rest of London and beyond are essential for you, Euston has a lot to offer. The eponymous station is the centre point of the area, but there are to other major stations that are also in easy reach. You can easily walk between Euston, St Pancras, and King’s Cross stations in just a few minutes. Together, these stations put the rest of the UK, and even the European mainland, in easy reach.
Why Live In Euston?
Euston studios for sale are among the best in all of London for commuters, especially those who need to travel beyond London. The transport infrastructure makes a studio for sale Euston realistic even for people with a significant commute to factor in.
As part of the Borough of Camden, Euston is also a desirable place of central London for homebuyers.
What Is There To Do In Euston?
Euston’s main selling point is its public transport access. However, Euston is also in an advantageous position for people working in central London. Many of the most significant districts of the capital are easily accessible on foot from Euston.
Euston itself is only a small area of Camden. You don’t need to travel far from Euston to find things to do. Some of London’s most popular attractions surround the Euston area, including The British Museum and Covent Garden. Just west of Euston is Regent’s Park and London Zoo.
Of course, the borough of Camden is full of things to do. Euston is connected directly to Camden Market by Eversholt St. Beyond this is the historic area of Camden Town. If you don’t want to live in Euston itself, there are studios for sale near Euston that still offer easy access.
For residents of Euston, getting around is easy. In Euston’s immediate vicinity is St Pancras International, and King’s Cross rail stations. Between them, these three stations can get you to anywhere with a rail link to the UK with maximum efficiency, studios for sale in Euston can fetch a premium from some commuters who are willing to pay more for an easier commute.
Between Euston and Camden Market is Mornington Crescent Underground station. There is also Euston Square, Warren Street, Great Portland Street, and Regent’s Park Underground stations along the same road.
There isn’t much in the way of entertainment in the Euston area itself. There are some retail outlets and offices. There are also some buildings of historical interest, such as the now-defunct The New Hospital for Women, which used to be at 144 Euston Road. However, there is plenty of entertainment to be had in the local area, from Regent’s Park to Camden Town. Euston is also only a short walk from Westminster, Buckingham Palace, etc.
Cost Of Living:
Euston is relatively expensive compared to the surrounding area. Living with such useful transport links on your doorstep is very valuable to some people, especially those with more esoteric commutes.
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