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An exceptional opportunity to acquire a magnificent Grade I Listed Nash residence (552.1 sq m/5,943 sq ft) centrally located in arguably the most sought after Nash terrace encircling Regent’s Park.
H.G. Wells, the renowned English novelist, journalist, sociologist and historian best known for science fiction novels such as The Time Machine and War of the Worlds lived in the property until 1946 and this is recognised by a blue plaque to commemorate its historical significance.
The property was comprehensively restored in 2004 and has since been well maintained by the existing owners and features a west facing garden, a separate mews house incorporating a double width integral garage, beautiful principal rooms overlooking Regent’s Park and a self-contained staff accommodation on the lower ground floor benefiting from an independent street entrance.
The grand stucco-fronted Nash terraces that surround Regent's Park, a 166-hectare park within strolling distance of London’s West End, make very impressive and elegant London bases. Peaceful and private, this exclusive enclave offers the very best of London on its doorstep. Regent’s Park attracts residents for whom a prestigious London address is a must-have. Read More