Regents Park is one of London’s most well-known royal parks in London with other notable parks including Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and Richmond Park.
Regent’s Park – named for King George IV during his spell as Prince Regent – was designed by James Burton, Decimus Burton, and John Nash and has the Regent’s Canal running through the north of the park. The majority of the park is open parkland with facilities including sports pitches and playgrounds. There is also a large lake with a range of waterfowl, a heronry, and a boating area. additionally, the northern side of the park is home to London Zoo – one of a number of zoos run by the Zoological Society of London which also have their headquarters on the site.
As some of the most stunning green spaces in London, living near Regent’s Park or one of the other royal parks is highly desirable and sought after for many tenants. We often market a number of apartments both for sale and for rental in the area with Regent’s Park properties highly sought after. Whilst rental apartments in close proximity to Regent’s Park are relatively common due to the nature of development in the area, other kinds of properties are relatively rare. With mews houses amongst the most sought-after properties in Central London, such a property available to rent near Regent’s Park is relatively rare.
This is why we are delighted to be marketing a three storey mews house located on Chester Close North. Chester Close North is located directly behind Chester Terrace – one of the major streets which run around Regent’s Park with nearby Chester Road also going inside the park, finishing at the Inner Circle, a key ring road surrounding the most carefully tended part of the park. The subject property is just 100 yards away from the park has been finished to an exacting standard. This mews house features two reception rooms, three bathrooms, four bedrooms, a utility room, a guest cloakroom, and a balcony. Additionally, the property benefits from daily security patrols in the area by the Crown Estate, and two parking permits. Residents also have use of the private Park Crescent Gardens which feature lawn tennis courts and outdoor areas which can be used for private events.
Take a look at the property here and do not hesitate to contact one of our Residential Lettings Team if you are interested in viewing the property.
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