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Regents Park Property Types

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The choice of properties for sale in Regent's Park is world-class, with listed buildings, architectural gems, 1930s Art Deco mansion blocks and luxurious new build properties. …

The choice of properties for sale in Regent's Park is world-class, with listed buildings, architectural gems, 1930s Art Deco mansion blocks and luxurious new build properties.

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  • 1. Types of property for sale in Regent's Park The choice of properties for sale in Regent's Park is world-class, with listed buildings, architectural gems, 1930s Art Deco mansion blocks and luxurious new build properties.
  • 2. Properties for sale in Regent's Park - Spoilt for choice Deciding to purchase a property for sale in Regent's Park is one of the most exciting home ownership journeys anyone can ever take. Located at the heart of the world's most exciting capital city, Regent's Park is one of the most sought after global addresses, with 166 acres of parkland on the doorstep yet set in the middle of a bustling city. The park's place in London history was cemented in the 17th century, when it was used as hunting ground by King Henry VIII. Hunting stopped in 1649 but rural ways continued on the land until 1811, when the Prince Regent commissioned architect John Nash to create a master plan for the neighbourhood, making the area a popular place for gentry to settle. The wonderful work of architects John Nash, Decimus Burton and their colleagues set the tone for Regent's Park, with the high standard of design and refurbishment being upheld today.
  • 3. The Nash effect Many of the properties for sale in Regent's Park that were designed by architect John Nash and his peer Decimus Burton command some of the biggest sale prices in the world. The white stucco-fronted houses are the area's hallmark, with a number of 'great terraces' attracting frenzied bidding when they come onto the market. Regent's Park estate agents can't get enough of houses for sale in Gloucester Gate, Cumberland Terrace, Chester Terrace, Cambridge Terrace, York Terrace, Cornwall Terrace, Clarence Terrace, Sussex Place, Hanover Terrace and Kent Terrace. To the south of the park are Park Square and Park Crescent - also fine examples of John Nash's design. Behind these dazzling façades often lie individually-designed interiors - many of which have been designed by architects and hand-built by master craftsmen. Expect wine cellars, staff quarters, Jacuzzi topped roof terraces and even subterranean swimming pools.
  • 4. French style in the heart of Regent's Park Cambridge Gate is home to a Grade II listed building overlooking Regent's Park on the south- east border of the Outer Circle. Originally built in 1875-77, the terrace has been restored to its former glory and has been divided up into a number of grand residences. Properties in this magnificent building enjoy sweeping views over the park and close proximity to Great Portland Street and Warren Street. Expect to find penthouses, lateral apartments and mini mansions behind the imposing faça Photo by Loz Pycock
  • 5. Listed property for sale in Regent's Park As you would expect from such an architecturally rich area, the dwellings designed by John Nash are predominantly listed but there are other protected properties throughout the postcode. From townhouses in St Katherine's Precinct on the outer circle of the park to large houses on Albany Street, Regent's Park estate agents are handling the sale of Grade I and II listed properties for sale on a regular basis.
  • 6. Brand new homes in historic Regent’s Park The Atrium on Park Road is one of the area's most noteworthy new build developments, comprising 24 luxury flats for sale in Regent's Park and three stunning duplex penthouses. Facilities include a 24-hour concierge, underground parking and an impressive glass atrium-style entrance. Resale properties may also start to appear on Regent's Park estate agents' books for The Triton Building on Regent's Place - a collection of contemporary penthouses and apartments. Newly-built property for sale in Regent's Park also includes fabulous one-off architecturally-designed dwellings, such as The Carrick Villa on St Katherine's Orchard.
  • 7. Portered apartment blocks Our Regent's Park estate agents find that apartments for sale in purpose built apartment blocks appeal to busy individuals and those who spend long periods away from their property. This type of flat for sale in Regent's Park usually has a main entrance manned by a concierge, as well as enhanced levels of security and a maintenance contract that covers the upkeep of communal areas and grounds. Flats for sale in the Berkeley Court block remain popular, as do properties in Abbey Lodge on Park Road, Hanover Gate Mansions, Nottingham Terrace and the modern Mary's Court on Palgrave Gardens.
  • 8. Contact Us Would like to book a viewing for some of these lovely types of properties available for sale around Regent’s Park? Don’t hesitate to get in touch or visit our Regent’s Park estate agents office in Gloucester Place. Sandfords Regent’s Park 213-215 Gloucester Place London NW1 6BU +44 (0)20 7723 9988 rpsales@sandfords.com rplettings@sandfords.com www.sandfords.com