Flats & Apartments to Rent in King's Cross London
King’s Cross is a buzzing, cosmopolitan central hub in the heart of London. The area has undergone one of the most transformative, impressive and vibrant regenerations in the capital. King’s Cross borders Camden Town to the north, Euston to the west, Islington to the east and Bloomsbury and Clerkenwell to the south. Just two miles from Trafalgar Square, King’s Cross is a popular choice for renters who want to be in the midst of the action. The area boasts an abundance of trendy bars, restaurants and shops, making it a popular spot for young people and couples. Families love the quieter areas down by the canal and there are a selection of excellent-rated schools nearby.
Flats & Apartments to Rent in King's Cross
King’s Cross offers many flats and apartments for renters. Whatever your budget, taste or preference, you’ll have a range of homes to choose from in the area. Whether you are looking for a studio flat, a three bedroom apartment or a penthouse overlooking the water, you’ll find it in King’s Cross.
Houses to Rent in King's Cross
Houses in King’s Cross range from modern, new conversions to grand, period homes. Houses to rent near Cartwright Gardens are gorgeous Georgian terraces. Further east there are large, innovative, modern homes in converted warehouses. King’s Cross has plenty of pretty garden squares lined with three-story houses from the elegant Victorian era.
Transport & Commuting Connections in King's Cross
King’s Cross is not only well-connected to London and the rest of the country but is a hub for European travel. On the underground, King’s Cross St Pancras sits in Zone 1 and is the largest interchange on the tube network. It is served by the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly, Metropolitan, Northern and Victoria Line, so wherever you are commuting to, travel across London won’t be a problem. Travelling further afield is easy with two major railway stations; King’s Cross and St Pancras International. Services from these stations cover most of northern England. Not only that, St Pancras International connects London to Europe, with high-speed rail links to Paris and beyond.