The property is a third-floor apartment with the principal rooms facing and overlooking The Regent’s Park and the Terrace’s private gardens.
Cumberland Terrace is located on the east side of The Regent’s Park on the Outer Circle with immediate access to arguably the loveliest of London’s Royal Parks.
Cumberland Terrace is regarded as one of the Park’s most renowned terraces designed by the Royal British Architect John Nash and is a Grade I listed property most recognisable by the decorative neoclassical arches and the impressive pediment sculpture accentuating the central part of the Terrace.
Widely regarded as one of the prime central London locations in which to live, Cumberland Terrace offers close access to all of London’s many facilities with local shopping and restaurants in nearby St John’s Wood and Primrose Hill, Marylebone High Street and Camden Town. There are excellent transport facilities with both Great Portland Street and Regent’s Park underground stations close by and easy access to the A40M arterial highway. Euston, St Pancras and Kings Cross mainline station are also very close.
The Regent’s Park, which stretches to nearly 400 acres, has something for everyone combining large open spaces, formal gardens and children’s playgrounds. Containing central London’s largest outdoor sports area, it has excellent sports facilities including laid out running routes. The boating lake and natural wetland area is home to some 100 species of wild birds and there are a number of cafés around the park which provides refreshments from coffee and tea stops to more satisfying meals. The Open Air Theatre, which is a permanent outdoor theatre accessible from Queen Mary’s Gardens, is open from May until September each year and offers a range of theatre, music and film events. The London Zoo is also located within the park.
The property is a third floor (lift access) double aspect apartment which has been finished and maintained to a high standard.