Picture No. 04
4,693 sq ft(435.99 sq m)
Guide price £12,000

Cumberland TerraceRegent's Park, London, NW1 4HJ

  • Furnished

Key features

  • 5 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Master bedroom suite
  • 4 further bedrooms (2 en suite)
  • 2 further bathrooms
  • Study/Dining room
  • Wine cellar
  • Terrace
  • Council Tax Band = H

A neoclassical, Grade I listed terrace house with panoramic views over Regent's Park, designed by Royal British architect John Nash.

About this property

  • Sublimely refurbished to the highest possible standard, the triple aspect terrace comprises five reception rooms that boast grandeur whilst providing a warm family feel. The master suite is beautifully created; adorning an original fire place, sensational large window with views over the Royal Park incorporating a stylish dressing room and en-suite bathroom.

    Well-equipped with a further three spacious bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms; all top floor of the house with a lavish reception that leads to the kitchen and further dining area and spreads over one floor; with an impressive larder, cloakroom and staff accommodation.

    Of particular note, high ceilings and original period features have been exemplified with the renewed decoration, all have which have been ideally crafted to adhere to Nash's Picturesque design. The owner has impressively refurbished the house for a purchaser to procure a historic and prestigious property.

    The original features are contemporised with clever storage and the property has been future-proofed for all entertainment needs. A superb wine cellar has been incorporated and compliments this space.

Local information

  • Cumberland Terrace is steeped in history and known as a debonair location to acquire property. Designed by the Royal British Architect John Nash and situated on the Eastern side of Regent's Park, this Grade I listed terrace house encapsulates panoramic views over the prestigious Royal Park.
  • John Nash who was famed for designing the Royal pavilion and Buckingham Palace was a pioneer in the use of the Picturesque in architecture. Picturesque, a part of the Romantic sensibility of the 18th century is a term which needs to be understood in relation to two other aesthetic ideals; the beautiful and the sublime.
  • Perfectly positioned near excellent transportation facilities and amenities; Cumberland Terrace is a stone's throw away from Marylebone High Street, Bond Street & Regent Street. The property has the added benefit of a large garage as well as off street parking on a private road.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt