The three-bedroom property, which has a lease for the next 115 years and six months, also has three bathrooms and two reception rooms and is located above the five-star Marriott Renaissance Hotel.
Although, anyone paying the guide price for the property will also have to budget for stamp duty of a further £455,000 – although if it is going to be someone’s second home – that jumps to almost £600,000.
A luxury three-bedroom penthouse apartment in St Pancras Chambers building, pictured, has been placed on the market for £4.55 million – although any potential new owner will have to budget for a further £450,000 – £600,000 in stamp duty
The magnificent apartment is split over three levels and has a range of state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings
The first two bedrooms are on the fourth floor while the master suite is on the Mezzanine level above the games room
The luxury property has its own games room and a porter / concierge service as well as access to the hotel’s leisure facilities.
Despite it’s impressive transport links – which include a direct rail service to Paris – the new owners will have a parking space.
The property is spread over the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the grade 1 listed St Pancras Chambers building.
According to the selling agents
‘Living accommodation is arranged over the fourth, fifth and sixth floors which includes a cleverly designed mezzanine level master bedroom suite. There are two further bedroom suites featuring high quality marble tiling, settled within its iconic Gothic towers.
‘The main open plan living area consists a Leicht designer kitchen complete with Gaggenau appliances. There are oak wooden floors throughout and the living space boasts ceiling heights of up to 44ft.’
Despite its Victorian heritage, the property has an integrated A/V system controlled by iPad and wall mounted controls.
The property is one of 67 apartments in the luxury building.
The apartment has solid oak floors while the stairs have glass sides to maximize the feeling of space in the building
Inside the sitting room, where are high ceilings providing plenty of light in the wide open space
The property features a Leicht designer kitchen, pictured, complete with Gaggenau appliances
Luckily for anyone of a sensitive nature intending on using the master bedroom, a curtain can protect modesty
In the kitchen area, there is a golden lamp fashioned into the shape of an M-16 assault rifle, left
There are three bathrooms inside the property, each of which has extensive use of marble
This bathroom has views out over the Kings Cross area and has again being finished with extensive use of marble
This double bedroom, pictured, is quite unusually shaped with an adjoining dressing room leading to a bathroom
This is the third bedroom, which also has an adjacent bathroom, dressing room and magnificent wooden beams
The property has amazing transport links as it is just yards from Kings Cross station – with links to Paris, Glasgow and Luton