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House - Semi-Detached for sale Prince Albert Road, Regents Park, London NW1

A Magnificent Grade II Listed, Nash style residence occupying a prominent location.

A Magnificent Grade II Listed, Nash style residence occupying a prominent location. With south facing views of Regent’s Park, it is superbly located for both Central London, Primrose Hill and Camden. This expansive gated property is set well back from the road and is approached via the landscaped front garden and white gravel driveway. Parking is provided for at least five cars.

The property is found in excellent condition totalling 4051sq feet of accommodation over five floors, it offers the opportunity for versatile living and grand entertaining featuring outstanding reception rooms, a principal bedroom suite, three additional bedrooms of which two are en-suite, cinema room, wine room, two kitchens and an outdoor entertainment space.

The property is located in the heart of quintessential London. Primrose Hill boasts sumptuous delis and boutiques, as well as a farmers market and has easy access to a plethora of superior pubs and restaurants. With a breathtaking panorama across the capital and Regent’s Park on the doorstep, it effortlessly takes its place as the city’s lifestyle setting of choice.
Rich in history, the locality was once a hunting ground of Henry VIII and is mentioned in William Blake’s poetry.

Over £10 Billion pounds worth of property Sold

Ian Green Residential has sold and acquired in excess of £10 billion pounds worth of property on behalf of clients in St John’s Wood, Little Venice and Regent’s Park in the last 17 years. This has been achieved through a consistent, personalised approach, with bespoke property services that match the needs and requirements of our clients.

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