Cumberland Terrace, Regents Park, NW1

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Reception

Stunning three bedroom first floor apartment with large terrace and views of Regent's Park * One bedroom first floor Mews Apartment * Basement Studio Flat * Basement Storage room * Lock up Garage

We are delighted to offer for sale a magnificent, recently refurbished, three bedroom first floor apartment featuring high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a large private terrace situated within a long colonnade of iconic columns. Cumberland Terrace is a neoclassical terrace situated on the Eastern side of Regents Park, designed by British royal architect John Nash built in 1826. This elegant lateral apartment provides spacious and elegant entertaining space, as well as having breath taking views across the communal gardens and over Regents Park. In addition, there is a self-contained one bedroom first floor apartment situated in Cumberland Terrace Mews, basement studio room, basement store room, single garage, further limited off street parking and excellent porterage.
Cumberland Terrace is beautifully finished and every detail has been taken care of, whilst also retaining and enhancing the array of period features that give this home so much character. 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. Marylebone High Street, St John's Wood and Primrose Hill are located within a 1.2 mile radius, all of which can be reached by a stroll through the park.

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