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Park Village West,  NW1

A white stucco fronted Grade II listed 4 bedroom ‘Nash’ residence located on this charming leafy Crescent, Park Village West, Regents Park.
Location
regents park
Area
2,879 sq. ft  / 267.46 sq. m
Rent Price
£2,850 per week
Status
Available
A white stucco fronted Grade II listed 4 bedroom ‘Nash’ residence located on this charming leafy Crescent, Park Village West, in Regents Park. Built in circa 1832, the house is arranged over four floors and measuring 2,925 Sq Ft / 272 m2 the house comprises a raised ground floor double reception with doors to the private garden. A lower ground floor kitchen reception room, and separate dining room. Principle bedroom on the 1st floor and three further bedrooms, one with en-suite, and family bathroom. Park Village West is located on the eastern side of Regent's Park itself offering a wide range of recreational facilities, including the Zoological Gardens, the open air theatre, Queen Mary's Gardens, the boating lake and tennis courts, and within close proximity to all the amenities of both Primrose Hill, and Marylebone High Street as well as Regent’s Park Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) and Great Portland Street Underground Station (Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan & Circle lines. This property is Council Tax Band - H London Borough of Camden
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Amenities

  • Grade II listed
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • Double Reception Room
  • Dining Room
  • Family Room
  • Large Rear Garden
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Owner's Notes

The ‘Park Village’ encompassing both Park Village East and Park Village West was created in the 1820s by John Nash as part of his master plan for Regent’s Park. Nash and his protégé James Pennethorne combined stuccoed villas and terraces of sharply differing proportions and styles, including Gothic, Italianate and Tudor, on either side of an arm of the Regent’s Canal that was later filled in. Park Village West which remains intact as a “a perfect example of rus-in-urbe” (An illusion of countryside created by a building or garden within a city) is a compact crescent located just north of Regent’s Park barracks, off Albany Street.
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