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Property Euston

London Area Guides
Property for sale or rent in Euston NW1

The name Euston came from Euston Hall, the home of the Dukes of Grafton, who owned the area. It wasn’t until the building of the new train station that the name Euston began to be linked to the area.
 
Euston was the first inter-city rail station in London. It opened in 1837 as the terminus of the London and Birmingham Railway. It was designed by a well-known classically trained architect, Philip Hardwick, with the long engine shed by structural engineer Charles Fox. Also designed by Hardwick was a 72 ft (22 m) high Doric propylaeum, to give it its proper name, the largest ever built. It was better known as the Euston Arch, and it was erected at the station's entrance to serve as a portal.

The station grew rapidly over the following years as traffic increased. It was greatly expanded with the opening in 1849 of the spectacular Great Hall (designed by Hardwick's son, Philip Charles Hardwick). This was built in classical style with a coffered ceiling and a sweeping double flight of stairs leading to offices at the northern end of the hall. But apart from the lodges on Euston Road and statues now on the forecourt, few relics of the old station survive.

In the early 1960s it was decided the existing structure was no longer adequate and needed replacing. Amid much public outcry the old station building (including the famous Euston Arch) was demolished in 1961-2 and replaced by a new building.
Although Euston is not clearly delineated as an area like say, Bloomsbury or Soho, nevertheless it has many attractions, not least its convenient location. Walk just a little way from the station and you’ll find plenty of attractive restaurants and bars, as well as some quirky shops. The Magic Circle also has its headquarters near the station, complete with a fascinating museum.

 

For green spaces, head for the wide open expanse of Regent’s Park just a few minutes’ walk away. Or for somewhere more intimate (and very child friendly), spend some time in Coram’s Fields.

Properties in Euston

Euston has benefitted from the nearby redevelopment of St Pancras and Kings Cross, and has become a more popular area to live. In particular, there’s a good number of ex-council properties and studio flats, plus a reasonable choice of commercial properties.

Buying or renting in Euston – useful information

Transport links – These are excellent, as you can imagine, with Euston Station itself (the sixth busiest in London), plus King’s Cross St Pancras and the Eurostar Terminal just down the road. Tubes include Euston, Euston Square, King’s Cross, Warren Street, Great Portland Street and Mornington Crescent. For more details, see Transport for London

Schools – There are some good primary and several secondary schools in the area, particularly going north towards Camden.  In addition, University College London is just to the south of the station.

Places of interest in Euston – The British Library • St Pancras Station (newly re-developed and worth visiting even if you’re not going anywhere) • Regent’s Park • Wellcome Foundation • The Magic Circle Museum

Local Authority – Camden. Details of amenities, council tax rates and more are on the Camden Council website
Property in Euston – find out more

Outlet Estate Agents offers flats, apartments, houses and other property for sale and rent in Euston. For current property, see properties for sale or to rent in Euston

In addition, anyone with property to rent or for sale in Euston or elsewhere in the NW1 is welcome to contact us.

You may want to also have a look at some of our property guides in nearby areas, including:

King’s Cross Property Guide    
Camden Property Guide     
Fitzrovia Property Guide 
Bloomsbury Property Guide
Regent’s Park Property Guide

For further information on living, buying, selling, renting or letting in Euston, please contact us

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