A magnificent terrace of Grade I Listed Nash buildings. Located in the heart of Regent‟s Park and overlooking the rowing lake. The front of the building has been restored to its original beauty. It is the front elevation, combined with the buildings enviable location on the park, which has led to the Grade I listing of Cornwall Terrace.
Apartments and houses with such a prestigious address on a Crown Estate with the original elegant, historic facade are rare. The opportunity to purchase two houses linked together with a single central staircase offering double width lateral living will probably not present itself again.
There are 6 double fronted ambassadorial residencies ranging from 8,000 to 14,000 sq. ft., each with associated Mews Houses and 4 apartments ranging from 3,500 to 4,000
The lower ground level of each house now provides space for a private gymnasium and spa, home cinema and staff quarters. On the ground and first floors of each house are the principal reception and entertaining rooms, overlooking the lake, trees, lawns and greenery of The Regent’s Park.
The main reception room of each house is of Embassy proportions with fine detailing, the high ceilings and park views through the floor-to-ceiling sash windows, drawing the eye and exuding the majesty only found in London’s finest mansions.
The master bedroom suite of each house is the size of a conventional apartment. Each has a stunning walk-in wardrobe/dressing room lined with wardrobes complete with handmade drawers, shelves and hanging rails. Each master bathroom has underfloor heating, marble bath and bespoke shower suite with built in plasma-screen TV. The attention to detail is continued on the ground floor.
The polished black, solid oak and glass, front door opens onto an entrance hall with a high ceiling and limestone flooring, providing a stunning first impression for visitors. Other features in the houses can include wine cellar, study, library, media room, and private swimming pool. The grand original staircase that soars through each house has wide steps and handcrafted iron and wood balustrades, surmounted on the top floor by a skylight, enabling natural light to cascade into the stairwell and the landings on each floor.