5 bedroom house

Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, London, NW1
Asking price £11,250,000

A Grade I listed Regent's Park house of approximately 4,468 sq ft. The property provides elegant and well planned accommodation which is arranged over five floors and has the added benefit of a lift, high ceilings and a garage.

The property comprises a reception hall, a dining room, a kitchen, a drawing room/ reception room, a master bedroom with dressing and en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms, a family bathroom, three vaults, a lift, a roof terrace, communal gardens, a garage and off street parking. The property also benefits from a separate apartment on the lower ground floor which includes a staff bedroom, a utility room, a WC, a bathroom and a media room.

Chester Terrace can be found on the eastern side of Regent's Park's outer circle, between Cumberland Terrace and Cambridge Terrace. The nearest Underground station is Great Portland Street (Circle and Metropolitan Lines), which is approximately 600 metres walk. Regent's Park has been in the ownership of the Crown since the 16th Century and was largely designed for the Prince Regent by John Nash to create a garden city concept of villas, terraces and crescents. Chester Terrace is the longest unbroken terrace of all (nearly 300 metres), with 99 bays of resplendent crème stucco, elaborately divided up. At the ends, projecting wings are connected to the main façade by triumphal arches on which the name of the terrace is superscribed. A private road serves the front doors of all the houses, and a private garden for the residents' use, running the whole length of the Terrace, separates it from the Outer Circle.

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