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Located on the edge of Regent’s Park, Regent’s Crescent is London’s only Grade 1 listed new build and will soon be ready for occupation.

Live Royally in London at Regent’s Crescent

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The capital city’s only Grade 1 listed new build development on the very edge of Regent’s Park in Marylebone is the most illustrious and historically fascinating address in London.

A royal pedigree 

The 410-acre Regent’s Park and its surrounding environs, commissioned by the Prince Regent, who later became King George IV (1762-1830), is the ‘jewel in the crown’ of London’s eight Royal Parks. Immediate south of the glorious circular park lies Park Crescent, a grand sweep of elegant Regency style homes with a stucco façade designed by the celebrated architect John Nash of Buckingham Palace fame in 1820 to house the Prince Regent’s closest friends and family.

Two centuries later, an entire terrace row on Park Crescent has been spectacularly reimagined and named Regent’s Crescent. Developer CIT and award-winning architects PDP London pulled out all the stops to build 67 Grade 1 listed contemporary apartments and nine Garden Villas set behind the iconic John Nash façade faithfully restored to its former glory. These refined residences are masterpieces in modern living, combining the elegance of the 19th century with all the conveniences and comforts of a top-flight new build.

Regency grandeur

An imperial staircase sweeps down to the concierge desk.
Residents of Regent’s Crescent apartments, soon to be ready for occupation, will appreciate the Regency grandeur that pervades the property. The grand front doors feature Regency style fanlights, stone steps and traditional railings that lead them into a double-height entrance lobby, and onto an imperial staircase sweeping down to the concierge desk.

Chimney stacks have been reintroduced above the roof, and a celebrated subterranean 18th-century ice well discovered on site has been meticulously preserved.

Regent’s Crescent’s residences exude Regency grandeur with soaring ceilings and beautifully proportioned rooms.
The beautiful residential interiors also exude refined Regency grandeur but reinterpreted by international architect and interiors studio Millier to complement contemporary living. Herringbone timber floors, luxurious marbles and ornate plaster mouldings feature throughout the splendidly proportioned rooms with ceilings soaring up to 4.2 metres.  
Sumptuously decorated bedroom in the fully furnished show residence.
A three-bedroom fully furnished triplex show residence further the design ethos with majestic Regency proportions and neoclassical lines. Hanging pendant lanterns in the entrance hall reinterprets elegant gas lights. Meanwhile, the era’s Royal Astronomical and Horticultural Societies are subtly referenced throughout the hallway’s gilded specialist ceiling finish and bespoke sideboard featuring hand-painted botanicals in relief.      

Close connection to nature

Communing with nature enhances wellbeing, and those who call Regent’s Crescent home will have no shortage of idyllic green spaces in the neighbourhood to roam. Residents enjoy rare access to eight acres of secluded private Park Crescent and Park Square’s resident gardens where they can lift their spirits in nature. Closer to home are one and a half acres of secluded private gardens to the rear of the property featuring lawns, mature trees and planted borders designed by expert landscape architects Bowles & Wyer.

Unsurpassed range of luxury amenities 

A 20-metre indoor swimming pool is part of the luxurious amenities at Regent’s Crescent.
Indoors, residents can take advantage of an impressive suite of high calibre amenities and facilities that encapsulate luxury living. The 9,000 sq ft basement comes equipped with a spa, 20-metre swimming pool, spa pool, sauna and steam room, private cinema, valet-operated underground parking and business centre.  Add 24-hour concierge and security, and Regent’s Crescent is a residence of choice for the discerning.

A highly-coveted, super-prime location 

The exclusivity of Regent’s Park makes it a luxury home destination for international and local buyers alike.  Residents have easy access to some of the best shopping and cultural quarters, world-class schools and universities in central London. Just a three-minute walk away are the Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street Underground stations.  The fabulous boutiques, cafes and restaurants on Marylebone High Street, Marylebone Lane and Charlotte Street are within easy reach. And for culture vultures, The Wallace Collection, British Museum, Royal Academy of Music Museum and Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre offer highlights year-round.

Regent’s Crescent also boasts close proximity to excellent academic institutions that are highly prized by homeowners. They include a selection of independent schools, Regent’s University London and the renowned London School of Business.

A legacy home to be treasured

Regent’s Crescent’s exceptional combination of history, location, heritage and royalty make it truly a legacy home to be treasured for years to come. Buyers should take advantage of this once-in-a-generation opportunity to acquire your dream home in London and live side by side with distinguished A-lister residents.

The property offers 67 two- to five-bedroom apartment residences priced from £2.9 million, each unique in every measure. The fully furnished triplex show residence is on the market for £12.95 million. Furthermore, six three-bedroom Garden Villas with a contemporary take on the classic London mews house are available from £5.35 million.  All residences are offered via Knight Frank and Savills.