Savills | Silsoe House, 50 Park Village East, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7QH | Property for sale
44.13 sq m(475 sq ft)
Guide price £425,000

Silsoe House50 Park Village East, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7QH

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Key features

  • Ground floor apartment
  • Quiet and secluded
  • Private outdoor space
  • Communal gardens
  • Close to Regent's Park

A well-proportioned one bedroom apartment in Regent's Park with private outdoor space.

About this property

  • This one bedroom apartment lies within a purpose built block commissioned by the Crown Estate in the 1970s. Located on the rear side of the building, this ground floor apartment benefits from a private patio garden as well as seclusion from the street. This allows for a quiet and private space with green aspects from the main reception room.

    The kitchen is partly separate but extends into the reception room creating open plan living. Both the bedroom and shower room are generously sized with further benefits including ample storage space provided in the hallway.

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This one bedroom flat is tucked away in the trees on the rear side of the building creating a secluded feel with green aspects.

Ben VarmaProperty agent

Local information

  • Silsoe House is ideally located a short distance from two of London's most popular green spaces, Regent's Park (approximately 0.4 miles) and Primrose Hill (approximately 0.6 miles). These parks offer vast greenery along with a selection of amenities including cafes, viewing points, botanical gardens, boating lakes and the ZSL London Zoo.
  • The nearest tube station is Mornington Crescent (approximately 0.4 miles) which is served by the Northern Line and Euston (approximately 0.8 miles) is in close proximity which provides access to National Rail services as well as the Victoria Line.
  • The property is also close to the popular Camden Town area as well as Mayfair and Marylebone which all have an abundance of shops and restaurants.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D