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Excess of £25,000,000
Located on the southern boundary of Regent’s Park, the property occupies no. 17, 18 and 19 Park Square East, a Grade I listed John Nash designed terrace overlooking Park Square. The property benefits from a convenient position adjacent to the northern border of London’s West End, and forms part of the North of Oxford Street sub-market. The immediate area is characterised by an attractive blend of parkland and some of London’s most opulent architecture, including Park Square East and West, Park Crescent to the south and British Land’s Regent’s Place immediately to the east. Under the Crown Estate’s stewardship, Regent’s Park continues to be one of London’s most prestigious addresses, rich in cultural heritage and offering access to an abundance of lifestyle amenities in neighbouring Marylebone and Fitzrovia.
Constructed in 1823, the property includes 17, 18 and 19 Park Square East which forms part of a detailed and uniform stucco façade. The three properties are inscribed at roof level with ‘Diorama’ and sit slightly taller than the rest of the terrace. The main entrance to the property is through no.18, providing a grand, double height reception with elegant symmetrical staircases which lead to the first floor. Nos. 17 and 19 sit either side and benefit from their own access as well as internal access from the main entrance in no.18. Entering from no.18, the property leads into a three storey brick-built polygonal building which extends into Peto Place. A glass roof covers a triple-height central atrium that extends to the lower ground floor, providing excellent natural light to the centre of each of the three open plan floors. The property benefits from a passenger lift, providing access to all three floors. Parking is available with the property.
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