Bedford Court Mansions Overview
Bedford Court Mansions along with the rest of Bedford Avenue was constructed in the 1890’s to replace the mews to the South Side of Bedford Square. It comprised of family flats each containing five to twelve rooms, with a large central courtyard designed to assist with the lighting and ventilation with the idea to improve upon building standards that existed in London in the late 1800’s. Situated in the London Borough of Camden, and immediately south of Bedford Square in the heart of Bloomsbury, Bedford Court Mansions is ideally located for the superb amenities of the West End, Covent Garden, the heart of theatre land and Soho are just short stroll away.
The nearest underground stations are Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines) and Goodge Street (Northern Line). There are numerous bus services that provide easy access across the City and West End. Just round the corner from Bedford Court Mansions is The British Museum, the first National Museum in the world, opened on the 15th January 1759, with its international exhibitions. A collection of seven million objects representing the rich history of human cultures mirrors the city of London's global variety. In no other museum can the visitor see so clearly the history of what it is to be human.
London has some of the most famous sights such as the Royal Observatory or the Science Museum and close to Bedfort Court Mansion in Bloomsbury you can view the famous Charles Dickens Museum or St Pancras Church at ease.
London’s most famous attractions such as the London Eye, Tower Bridge and the Buckingham Palace are definitely the best places to visit when you have an off day from work but there are also some fantastic attractions close to Bedford Court Mansions such as the London Rib Voyages and abundance of theatres to delight you during the evenings.
Squares & parks
There are quite a few beautiful green spaces in the heart of the city that includes guided winter walks in the Bloomsbury squares or you could go and visit London’s finest landscapes such as the Hyde Park or St. James’s Park.
There are thousands of job opportunities in Bloomsbury in a wide range of sectors such as the design, editorial, finance, marketing & publicity, administrative, production and administrative sectors. There are a lot of entry level positions that require little former education and you can also find professional employment in institutions, hospitals and law firms that will accommodate just about any educational level.
In Bloomsbury you can enjoy some of the best medical treatments and care and if you are interested in pursuing a career in the medical field then you should definitely consider the University College Hospital so you can also help shape the world to be a better and healthier place. The city has an abundance of medical institutions, hospitals and clinics that will provide you with excellent physical and dental care.
Bloomsbury is well served by tube and train, with underground stations at,
- Russell Square
- Tottenham Court Road
- Goodge Street
Euston, King’s Cross/St Pancras and Liverpool Street mainline stations are all nearby.
Primary schools in the area include,
- St Joseph’s Primary School
- St George the Martyr Church of England Primary School
Secondary schools range from the Children's Hospital School at Great Ormond Street and UCH (also a primary school) to The Royal Ballet School.