1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Love living in the heart of Camden
You’ll discover Mode on a tranquil, residential, cobbled street, around the corner from the famous Regent’s Canal, in the centre of one of the most iconic places to live in London. The soul of the borough is created by the people, the colours, the sounds, the music scene, the fashion culture, and the buzz of the market.
Get a taste of Camden
The area around your new home is alive with an eclectic mix of shops, eateries, bars and nightlife. Yet, should you need to venture further afield, it couldn’t be easier with Camden Town Underground (Zone 2) and Camden Road Overground (Zone 2) a few minutes’ walk away.
The streets of Camden are also filled with places to tempt your taste buds, while the choice of good schools is also extensive, with several within easy reach.
Relax and unwind
For those moments when you need to escape, there’s plenty of green open spaces to enjoy nearby. Either head to Primrose Hill or take in the natural beauty of Regent’s Park.
Feel part of a unique community – there are countless shops, eateries, bars and attractions nearby, but it’s the neighbourhood’s vibrancy created by the local music scene, fashion culture and market that makes it so distinctive.
Enjoy excellent connectivity – from Camden Town Underground you can be in Trafalgar Square in 11 minutes, Oxford Circus in three stops, and if you’re travelling to Europe on the Eurostar, St. Pancras International is only two stops away.
Go from vibrancy to tranquillity – Regent’s Park with its 400 acres of green open spaces, and Primrose Hill with its breath-taking views, are both a gentle stroll from home.
Be close to a good education – there’s a wide choice of schools for all ages within reach, plus simple access to the City’s many higher-education institutions for older students.
Live in a thoughtfully-designed home – everything about Mode has been carefully considered, from the open courtyard to the bright, airy and spacious living areas.
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