Reception Room
4,596 sq ft(426.98 sq m)
Guide price £7,500

Chester TerraceRegent's Park, London, NW1 4ND

  • Furnished / unfurnished

Key features

  • Master bedroom includes walk in wardobe and bathroom
  • 5 further bedrooms (2 en suite)
  • Stunning views overlooking Regent's Park
  • Access to private communal gardens
  • Wine cellar and internal lift available
  • Off-street parking and rear courtyard
  • Council Tax Band = H

An elegant six bedroom terrace home boasts uninterrupted views over Regent's Park.

About this property

  • This classical residence has been re designed and refurbished in recent years and has exceptional uninterrupted views over Regent's Park. Savills St. John's Wood are delighted to bring to the market this exceptional residence in Regent's Park. The house offers family accommodation within a classical town house, with the added benefit of a passenger lift which accesses all floors. From the grand entrance hall on the ground floor is a bright and spacious dining room and a fully fitted kitchen. On the first floor, the elegant reception room features exceptionally high ceilings and excellent volumes, as well as having uninterrupted views over Regent's Park.

    The master bedroom suite occupies the entire second floor, with a dressing room and luxurious en-suite bathroom. On the third floor there are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The lower ground floor close has a media / family room, an additional (staff) kitchen and also access to the vaults. There is also a separate garage which can be accessed via the rear of the property.

Local information

  • Chester Terrace is a quiet private road, set back from the Outer Circle. The terrace is fronted by a 300 metre communal garden and is served by private residents' security. Regent's Park itself is closed to traffic from midnight to the early hours of the morning.
  • The property is within easy reach of Regent's Park (Bakerloo Line), Great Portland Street (Hammersmith and City, Circle and Metropolitan Line) Underground Stations.

Additional information

  • Regents Park is a Royal Park and masterpiece of landscape design. The Crown has owned Regents Park since the 16th Century. It was designed by John Nash for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, as an opulent, exclusive residential garden with sumptuous villas and magnificent terraces for the most affluent families.
  • EPC Exempt