66 Goodge Street, London W1T 4NG
Stunning, brand new, luxurious and newly refurbished to a high specification is this two bedroom two bathroom apartment located in a popular street of Fitzrovia (also called "Noho" as in North of Soho) with excellent transport links, less than two minutes from Goodge Street station and well served by bus routes. The apartment is available furnished or unfurnished and comprises of large double aspect reception room, two large bedrooms, two large luxurious bathrooms and smart fully fitted kitchen with modern appliances. The flat offers luxurious living having been renovated and refurbished to a high standard and features include fitted wardrobes and hard wood flooring throughout. Important: All photographs are provided for guidance only. Administration and reference fees are charged where applicable. Please enquire within. Nearest tubes: Goodge Street 0.1 mile, Tottenham Court Road 0.4 miles. Warren Street and Oxford Circus. Nearest supermarkets: Marks & Spencer 0.1 mile, Tesco 0.2 miles, Sainsbury's 0.9 miles. Entrance to no.66 is on Cleveland Street.
About Fitzrovia London
Fitzrovia is an inner London neighbourhood. The district is frequently described as having a bohemian history, upmarket and home to some celebrities. Media reports often describe the area as 'trendy', 'glamorous' and 'swanky'. The area was first referred to as Fitzrovia in the 1930s, being named after the Fitzroy Tavern on Charlotte Street where a group of writers used to gather. Before then it did not have its own name and was known by its major streets and places like Tottenham Court Road, Fitzroy Square, and Great Titchfield Street. If was often referred to as part of the West End. The historian E Beresford Chancellor called it London's Old Latin Quarter. Fitzrovia lies about 1 mile (1.6km) north of Trafalgar Square in London, United Kingdom. It is near the West End situated partly in the London Borough of Camden and partly in the City of Westminster. It is a proper quartier - a city district with a dense mix of residential, business, retail, education, healthcare, and more recently, art galleries. The 189m tall BT Tower is roughly in the centre of the neighbourhood. Its well-know streets include Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, Great Titchfield Street and Great Portland Street. It includes part of the postcode areas W1, WC1 and NW1. The neighbourhood is roughly bounded by Oxford Street, Great Portland Street, Euston Road and Gower Street. It lies north of Soho and between Bloomsbury and Marylebone. University College London has several buildings in the area as does the University of Westminster.
There is a large media industry in Fitzrovia. The BBC's New Broadcasting House and other BBC buildings are on the western edge of the neighbourhood. Many advertising, digital media and public relations companies are based in Fitzrovia. The music and film industry also has a presence. There are many architectural and engineering firms in Fitzrovia. Arup and Make are based in Fitzroy Street. There are also a number of design practices in Fitzrovia. The Great Titchfield Street and Great Portland Street area still has a number of 'rag trade' showrooms and there are a number of small independent tailors here. Tottenham Court Road has a large number of electronic shops and many home furnishing stores. Fitzrovia has about 40 public houses and an ever increasing amount of cafes, bars and restaurants.
The area is very well served by public transport with many buses serving the area. There are six tube stations: Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Euston Square, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, and Oxford Circus. Marylebone, Euston, Charing Cross, Kings Cross, and St Pancras International mainline rail stations are also within walking distance (less than 1.5km) of the neighbourhood. There are several TfL Cycle Hire stations in district. Fitzrovia has one of the lowest rates of car ownership in the UK and many people choose to walk or cycle to get around.
At the heart of Fitzrovia is the huge property development by Candy and Candy Brother on the site of the former Middlesex Hospital. The apartments being sold on the development site are selling for between £900,000 and £15,000,000. In the surrounding streets, residents who have lived most of their lives in their modest homes here have found themselves forced out by rising rents and by developers selling to overseas investors.
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