Savills | Chester Place, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NB | Properties for sale
4,133 sq ft(383.97 sq m)
Guide price £6,950,000

Chester PlaceRegent's Park, London, NW1 4NB

    Key features

    • Grade I Listed
    • Views over across Regent's Park
    • Period features
    • Grand volumes
    • Residents Parking
    • Leasehold

    A charming period Nash home on the Eastern side of Regent's Park.

    About this property

    • An immaculately presented Grade I listed house which
      combines stunning original period features including fireplaces, wood paneling and ceiling cornices, whilst having all of the services required for comfortable modern living.

      The accommodation is well arranged, providing elegant entertaining and reception areas, ample storage, staff accommodation, parking and stunning views of Regent's Park.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A beautiful Grade I listed house in Regent's Park.

    Zach MadisonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Chester Place can be found on the eastern side of Regent's Park's outer circle, between Cumberland Terrace and Chester Terrace. Regent's Park itself offers a wide range of recreational facilities, including the Zoological Gardens, the open air theatre, Queen Mary's Gardens, the boating lake and tennis courts. The nearest Underground station is Great Portland Street (Circle and Metropolitan Lines), which is approximately 700 meters walk.

    Additional information

    • 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. Building began in 1812, and by 1826 almost all the terraces were completed or at least put in hand. Chester Place is a small Terrace and all of the houses are original and as such contain a wealth of period features. Chester Place is located next to Chester Terrace which is the longest unbroken terrace of all (nearly 300 metres). A private road serves Chester Place, and a private garden for the residents' use, which runs the entire length of Chester Terrace, separates it from the Outer Circle.
    • EPC Rating = E