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Regent's Crescent22 Park Crescent, Marylebone, London, W1B 1PD


    Key features

    • Grade I Listed new build
    • Up to 4.25m ceiling heights
    • 1.5 Acres of private gardens
    • Please note some photos are computer generated images and indicative only
    • 8 Acres of communal gardens with tennis courts
    • Exceptional park and gardens views
    • Secure underground valet parking
    • Concierge
    • 9,000 sq ft amenity space

    Regent's Crescent offers residents a once-in-a-generation lifestyle opportunity. Unsurpassed levels of modern luxury, with the opportunity to live in a reimagined John Nash masterpiece.

    About this property

    • Originally built in 1820 for the Prince Regent, later George IV, and designed by famed architect John Nash, Regent's Crescent offers residences of the grandest proportions, situated in one of London's great historical landmarks.

      Surrounded by private gardens, the 67 Grade I listed new build apartments and 9 garden villas are the epitome of regal elegance. With ceiling heights up to 4.25m, and one of London's largest resident amenities comprising over 9,000 sq ft of entertainment, spa and business facilities. This fully gated development will also have 24-hour concierge and security services, offering valet parking as well as on-site storage.

      With unsurpassed levels of modern luxury, finished with a level of skill and detail that match those of the master craftsmen who built the originals. Regent's Crescent offers a one-of-a kind masterpiece in modern living.

    Local information

    • Situated between Regent's Park and Portland Place
    • A remarkable address in the epicentre of the capital, where royal park meets royal crescent
    • A short walk to some of London's finest restaurants and cultural attractions

    Additional information

    • Regent's Crescent began as the vision of legendary British architect John Nash. The favoured architect of the Prince Regent, it is Nash's stunning architectural foresight, combined with the ambitions of a Prince with a passion for great architecture, that has shaped so much of the London we know.