A Grade 1 listed triple aspect terrace house in Cumberland Terrace Regents Park, designed by the celebrated Royal British Architect John Nash and built in 1826. Set on the eastern side of Regents Parks outer circle, between Gloucester Gate and Chester Terrace this listed family home has been meticulously restored to the highest of specifications and has been cleverly interior designed to provide the ultimate family accommodation, enhanced by its Regency past, with huge windows and lofty ceiling heights.
This beautiful and classically inspired home contains attractive period features complimented by modern conveniences such as underfloor heating, en-suite bathrooms, the highest quality kitchen appliances, and beautiful joinery throughout.
Measuring some 4,872 Sq Ft (452.6 m2) the entrance hall opens to a grand staircase which sweeps through the building providing both park and terrace views allowing an abundance of light to the property. The house comprises five reception rooms, including a beautifully appointed drawing room, and study, spectacular first floor double reception room with fabulous park views, an indulgent principle bedroom suite occupying the entire second floor with beautiful en-suite bathroom, and dressing room. The third floor comprises three further bedrooms (two with en-suite) and family bathroom. The lower floor provides an expansive kitchen and family room, with herringbone parquet flooring, and adjoining glazed ceilinged breakfast room.
The house provides practical family living, with separate garage, private residents parking, wine cellar, utility room, staff accommodation to include kitchenette and shower-room, and storage vaults.
Cumberland Terrace is perfectly positioned within the 410 acres of Regents Park and just moments from the fashionable boutiques, restaurants, and bars of one of London’s most sought after High Streets, Marylebone Village. Excellent public transport links are provided by nearby Regents Park and Great Portland Street Underground Stations.