Ref: 026 Doughty Street WC1


Self contained studio apartment on the second floor of a period building next to Mecklenburg Square with easy access to UCL. It has a separate kitchen and bathroom and a good sized main room with a single bed and good storage space. The property benefits from a communal washing machine and access to outside space, Mecklenburg Square which is a lovely private square nearby. This property is available immediately offered fully furnished and would be perfect for a single professional or a student. Area Overview Blessed with gardens and squares and encompassing the capital's bastions of law, education and medicine, Bloomsbury has undisputed appeal. With shopping on Oxford St, entertainment in Leicester Square and restaurants in Covent Garden, Bloomsbury boasts a location that is hard to rival. Popular with city professionals, academics and international visitors, much of the accommodation tends to be beautifully presented studios, 1 and 2 bedroom flats.


Brunswick Centre

This Grade II listed shopping centre is located in the heart of Bloomsbury and, following a £26 million rejuvenation, it is one of the most fashionable in London. Originally designed in the mid-1960's by Patrick Hodgkinson, the centre now contains 560 flats, shops, restaurants and the Renoir Cinema. 500m (8 mins) from Doughty Street

Russell Square Station

Russell Square is a London Underground station, located on Bernard Street in Bloomsbury. Opened in 1906 and designed by Leslie Green, the station is small, but very busy, being located on the Piccadilly Line. 500m (8 mins) from Doughty Street


Located in Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, the statue of Gandhi was designed by Fredda Brilliant in 1968. Mahatma Gandhi, the spiritual and political leader who led India to freedom from British rule in 1947, is represented in a meditative state, appropriate for the serene surroundings of the beautiful park 800m (13 mins) from Doughty Street

Senate House

Senate House is the administrative centre of the University of London which is located in Bloomsbury, London. The building, which was built between 1932 and 1937, famously inspired George Orwell's description of the Ministry of Truth in his novel Nineteen Eighty Four. 800m (13 mins) from Doughty Street

British Museum

A museum of human history and culture based in Bloomsbury, London. The collection, which is largely based on those of the physicist and scientist Sir Hans Sloane was established in 1753. As one of the most comprehensive collections of its kind in the world, it continues to draw crowds from all corners of the globe and is one of London's most popular tourist attractions. 900m (15 mins) from Doughty Street

Sadler's Wells

Sadler's Wells Theatre is the collective name of the 6 theatres which have been located in Islington since 1683. The theatre is dedicated to bringing the best in UK and international dance to a London audience, from contemporary dance, to flamenco, tap and family shows, there is something for everyone to enjoy. 900m (15 mins) from Doughty Street