Bloomsbury Mansions Overview
Bloomsbury Mansions is a 1920s mansion block, situated on the north-west corner of Russell Square. It was once government offices for the Ministry of Defence and was developed in 1996 by Nicholson Estates to its current configuration.
The building comprises of fifty four apartments from the ground to 6th floors and four penthouses apartments with duplex conservatories and terraces, many with views over the beautiful gardens of Russell Square.
The lobby was designed to resemble the grandeur of the 1920s with polished wood flooring, panelling and luxurious carpeting, capturing the culture of the past.
The building also has the assurance of a resident porter, CCTV surveillance, secure underground car park and residents have the exclusive use of the well-equipped Health Suite.
Russell Square has an atmosphere all of its own surrounded by varied and historic architecture. Russell Square Gardens offer residents a retreat from the hurly-burly of London life. It is a stroll away from the renowned British Museum and the famous shops of Oxford Street.
In addition Russell Square underground, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road and Euston Square tube stations are all within a short walk, as are Euston, St Pancras (Euro Star) and Kings Cross mainline stations.
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