Refurbished and redesigned, Chester Terrace is an exceptional home, overlooking the vast and manicured spaces of Regent’s Park. Of the terraces in Regent’s Park, Chester Terrace remains the longest uninterrupted row of terraces comprised of 99 bays of striking crème stucco. At either end of the 300m road stand grand arches connected to the main façade, bearing the name of the exclusive row. Access to the properties is granted through a private road, serving the entrances of the terraces and the residents’ garden, which spans the length of Chester Terrace, separating the houses from the Outer Circle.
A classical residence, Chester Terrace has undergone refurbishment in recent years and benefits from expansive views over Regent’s Park. The family home offers spacious accommodation and provides lift access to all floors. The grand reception hall opens into a beautifully designed dining room with parquet flooring, which benefits from an abundance of light, and the fully fitted kitchen and breakfast room interconnect with the dining room. The elegant double reception occupies the first floor, and features high ceilings and classical proportions, with light streaming in from both sides of the property and offers west-facing views over the park through three sash windows, with the added benefit of a balcony.
Residing on the entirety of the second floor, the master bedroom suite includes a dressing room and a luxuriously-sized en-suite bathroom with two sinks. The remaining three bedrooms sit on the third floor, and one of which benefits from west-facing views and an en-suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom on this level. The lower ground floor includes a family room, staff accommodation, and a bathroom. The internal garage on the lower ground floor can be accessed via the rear of the home.
Features & Amenities
- Garage Parking
- Reception Room
- Guest Cloakroom
- Rooftop Terrace
- Landscaped Garden
- Staff Accomodation
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