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This unique duplex apartment is located on the 3rd and 4th floors offering breath-taking views up into Regent’s Park. This 5-bedroom family home is an entertainers paradise accompanied by three private terraces totalling 371 sq ft; an opportunity to create your garden haven within Nash’s glorious architectural background. This apartment was designed by Alex Kravetz Design inspired by music for entertaining and all furnishings are included in the asking price*.
The Regent’s Crescent development comprises 67 Grade I listed apartments ranging from 2-5 bedrooms, along with 9 garden villas. This new crescent has replaced the John Nash terrace with a façade rebuilt to the original version of Nash’s splendid Regency era.
At the centre of the Crescent is a magnificent double-height entrance lobby with sweeping views to the 1.5 acres of private gardens. Regent’s Crescent encompasses the experience of hotel living at home.
All homes within Regent’s Crescent are complete and ready for immediate occupation. Get in touch to book your private viewing.
• Grade 1 Listed New Build
• Up to 4.25m ceiling heights
• 1.5 acres of private gardens
• 8 acres of communal gardens with tennis courts
• Exceptional park and gardens views
• Secure underground valet parking
• 24-hour concierge
• 9,000 sq ft amenity space
• Cinema and business centre
• Swimming pool and spa
• 2 minutes’ walk from Regents Park underground station
Park Crescent was destroyed by wartime bombing and replaced with 1960’s office buildings behind a poor imitation of the original facade. Award-winning architects Paul Davis and Partners London have honoured Nash’s extraordinary talent and creative vision by re-imagining his Regency masterpiece and restoring its original facade to its former glory.
*Furnishings included except the private art collection by Lawrence Van Hagen.
Regent’s Crescent is an exclusive new build development in a highly coveted location on the edge of London’s Regent’s Park. It is one of the most famous Royal Parks and retains many elements of John Nash’s original design covering more than 400 acres.