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Leasehold Approximately 990 Years Remaining

"Twenty one floors up.

Far reaching views, generous outside space and quiet solace from the restless energy of the streets below, embody feelings of privacy, luxury and convenience"

When you live in a large, thriving city like London, you become used to a close up view of your surroundings. But here that changes. The first thing that you'll notice as you enter this 21st floor apartment is the expanse of glass, the view and the horizon beyond. You're drawn towards it.

The calm neutral interiors offer the perfect juxtaposition to the aluminium and glass exterior of the building, conceived as a piece of sculptural art by Stephen Marshall Architects.

The Triton Building is the centrepiece of British Land's Regent's Place campus, a mixed-use scheme bordering Regent's Park to the west, Kings Cross to the east and both Marylebone and Fitzrovia to the south. All four of these London neighbourhoods are within a mile of the Triton Building.

Regent's Park is one of London's eight Royal parks, with nearly 400 acres of open space, including ZSL London Zoo and the Open Air Theatre.

Between Kings Cross, Euston and Marylebone overground stations, all of the UK's cities are within reach. Great Portland Street and Baker Street underground stations provide quick access to London and St Pancras International brings Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam within a two to four hour reach.

Accommodation & Amenities

Principal bedroom with full en-suite bathroom, walk in wardrobe & private terrace | Bedroom two with en-suite bathroom | Bedroom three | Shower room | Fully fitted kitchen | Reception room incorporating dining area | Study

Two private terraces | Comfort cooling | Underfloor heating | Smart ‘Lutron’ Lighting system | 24 hour uniformed concierge service | Secure underground parking for one car | Communal bicycle storage


Service Charge

Approximately £16,500 per annum

Ground Rent

£500 per annum

Council Tax

London Borough of Camden (Band H)

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