Apartments in The Spitfire Building take off

A King’s Cross Edwardian warehouse has been split into workspaces and new apartments with generous-size windows and impressive views across majestic St Pancras station.

Having survived the Blitz, The Spitfire Building was always going to be robust enough to accommodate a new rooftop addition of eight penthouses.

Originally built for royal warrant shoe-polish manufacturer Everett and Co and later used as a store for aircraft parts, the splendid King’s Cross Edwardian warehouse has been split into workspaces by veteran loft developer London Buildings, while the new apartments enjoy the same generous-size windows and offer views across to majestic St Pancras station.



Smartly designed two-bedroom apartments with underfloor heating and bi-folding doors opening onto a terrace are priced from £715,000. Call Hurford Salvi Carr on 020 7250 4950.


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