St Pancras

St Pancras is in the London Borough of Camden but it has largely been merged into King’s Cross. It is just to the north of the Euston Road and east of Euston.

In ancient times, St Pancras was a large area that incorporated a number of churches and cemeteries. However, over the years, other areas such as Euston and King’s Cross have expanded and, as such, St Pancras is very rarely used to define a specific area. Nowadays St Pancras refers mainly to the new train terminal and the area immediately surrounding it. This whole area of London has undergone a significant amount of gentrification and its proximity to central London makes it a popular choice with house hunters. Property tends to be apartments, which are either new build or in Victorian mansion blocks.

St Pancras is one of the best-served transport areas in London. The underground at King’s Cross is in zone 1 and covers virtually all tube lines in and around the centre of the city. The mainline station operates commuter services to the north of London.

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