Top 3 properties in Regent’s Park
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The stucco-fronted Regency terraces surrounding the park offer some of the grandest and most distinctive homes in London
Brunswick Place, NW1, £8,950,000
An extensively refurbished beautiful Nash residence providing approximately 4,600sq ft of family accommodation enviably located moments from the beautiful open spaces of Regent’s Park and the exclusive resident-only gardens of Park Square West. This five-bedroom property (all en-suite including a steam cubicle in the principal suite) has retained many of its original period features including high ceilings and cornicing. The owners have paid special attention to incorporate the latest technology including under floor heating, air conditioning, Sonos music system throughout, Rako Intelligent lighting system and CCTV which can be accessed from a smart phone.
Prince Albert Road, NW1, £6,950,000
A handsome Grade II-listed semi-detached house, set back behind security gates and a walled drive. The property measures circa 4,006sq ft and faces directly south towards Regent’s Park with off-street parking for up to four cars, a rear garden and a side patio. From the upper floors you are able to enjoy views of Regent’s Park.
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Kent Terrace, NW1, Sales: £5,495,000; Lettings: £4,000 per week
A beautifully appointed Grade II-listed period home covering 3,786sq ft, which is believed to be one of the largest residences in this Nash terrace. The house features well planned and versatile accommodation that offers an abundance of entertaining spaces complimented by the rare benefit of an open plan kitchen leading onto a private rear garden. Kent Terrace benefits from direct access to Regent’s Park via Hanover Terrace Mews and Kent Passage. It is also within walking distance to Baker Street Underground Station (Jubilee, Bakerloo & Hammersmith & City Lines), St Johns Wood High Street, and St John’s Wood Underground Station (Jubilee Line).
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