Regent's Crescent offers residents a once-in-a-generation lifestyle opportunity. Unsurpassed levels of modern luxury, with the opportunity to live in a reimagined John Nash masterpiece
Master craftspeople were at the heart of Regent’s Crescent in 1820, and they remain at the heart of it today. It began with the restoration of the Grade I listed Nash façade, and it is through their collective vision, their craftsmanship, and the use of the finest materials that we ensure this is a masterpiece in modern living, which heralds in a quality beyond compare.
Working with an iconic building designed by an architect of John Nash’s reputation makes for a very special project. Returning Regent’s Crescent to its residential use, and emphasising the period details of the original 19th-century townhouses will revitalise one of London’s most quintessential heritage assets.
Grand front doors featuring beautiful Regency-style fanlights will be reinstated along the elegantly sweeping colonnade, complete with stone steps and smart railings that reference the original imposing entrances. The re- introduction of chimneystacks will enhance the period character of the crescent, and a fascinating 18th-century ice well discovered on the site will be preserved intact as an important heritage feature.
Taking inspiration from the Roman times, Stone Bathwear is a bespoke bathwear company based close to the shores of Lake Garda who incorporate the latest contemporary technology with the beauty of high-quality natural stone.
Considered the centre of the house by the Romans who thought the bathroom an important resting place, Stone Bathwear only uses the most experienced craftspeople to craft their products, proudly made in Italy.
Formed 500 million years ago, this sedimentary rock is a significant feature of many of London’s most historic buildings. Now, thousands of hand-cut slate tiles have been painstakingly laid by hand for future generations, placed with care and precision.
Regent’s Crescent is a perfect celebration of home on a grand scale, articulating its Regency past with huge windows and lofty ceiling heights that welcome in the light, enhanced by the seasonal colours of the surrounding gardens and park views. Lit outside by Regency-style lamplight in the evenings that feel like an echo of a time gone by.
Introducing 67 Grade I listed apartment residences and 9 Garden Villas set behind a sweeping façade, ushered to new life by developer CIT, and award-winning architects PDP London, with exquisite interior design by Millier.
A Grand entrance
At the centre of the Crescent will be a magnificent double-height entrance lobby bathed in natural light, with sweeping views over private gardens.
A spectacular Imperial staircase will curve down to the concierge desk from the main entrance, capturing the refined glamour of the Regency period, and framed each side by two elegant reception lounges that lead off the lobby.
A masterpiece of living
From the knowledge of your concierge and valet to the exquisite setting of the Immersive cinema room and the luxurious spa and gym, every detail is carefully considered.
The moment your car is parked for you, the morning coffee taken on your private terrace, the views over the park, these are all facets of the experience of hotel living at home.
A new masterpiece
True luxury is captured in the vastness of the lower ground space, crafted to house the 9,000 sq ft basement spa and entertainment area, and where you’ll find the feature 20-metre swimming pool, gym, spa pool, sauna and steam-room, a private cinema room and business suite.
A rare location. An extraordinary location. To be at Regent’s Crescent is to be in the best company. So close to Mayfair, Soho and St James’s, a part of Marylebone yet neighbour to Fitzrovia and the delights of Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill beyond, welcome to the very best of London living.
Famous for its tastemakers, Marylebone hosts artisan butchers, bakers, and cheese- makers alongside incredible dining.
From 5 Carlos Place to the lure of Selfridges, and beyond into Mayfair, it’s only natural that London’s finest shopping is on the doorstep.
From Wigmore Hall to The Wallace Collection, there’s really nowhere finer, where the capital’s most established educational institutions are within easy reach.
Regent’s Crescent is a sanctuary outside and in. Outside, private gardens are cosseting and quiet, stretching over 1.5 acres. This is complemented by resident-only access to the exclusive, private, Park Square gardens with its eight acres that include tennis courts, as well as access to the Park Crescent gardens via the historic Nursemaids’ Tunnel.
The park square in front and the privacy of the gardens behind, the pleasures of green space is being surrounded by peace and tranquillity, places for entertainment and pure enjoyment. The magnolia trees that signal the advent of spring and the green lawns that hug the main house.Disclaimer
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