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  Cumberland Terrace, built in 1826 and designed by famous royal architect John Nash, is located on the eastern side of Regent’s Park in the London Borough of Camden. Decorative arches and beautiful neoclassical columns make this residential property one of the most impressive in the area. Originally comprising of 31 houses, nowadays Cumberland Terrace is home to a number of spectacular flats and family homes. British architect John Nash was a pioneer in the movement towards ‘picturesque’ architecture in the late 18th century, with his most iconic works including the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and the eastern front of Buckingham Palace. These buildings explain the style and inspiration Nash put into the design of the gorgeous Cumberland Terrace, with the numerous columns and arches reflected in his previous works. The house itself is remarkable, with four bedrooms, living space over five floors, a communal courtyard garden and pleasant views over Regent’s Park, which is located in front of the building. With an imposing exterior, Cumberland Terrace continues the impressive visuals inside with incredible interior design. The house also has three reception rooms and three bathrooms, in addition to a personal garage for parking, making it an ideal home for all the family. The property also benefits from easy transport links to central London and the City as well as being located close to Kings Cross St Pancras. It is also surrounded by educational institutions ranging from nurseries to university colleges, so is ideally located for families with children requiring, or currently in, education. Surrounding Area The house is opposite Regent’s Park, which attracts people from all over the Capital on a nice sunny day, and also plays host to many activities and events throughout the course of the year, including the Open Air Theatre, which is the only professional outdoor theatre in Britain. There you can enjoy theatrics from the likes of ‘The Sound of Music’ or ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ in the beautiful surroundings. Other activities within the park include the Wildlife Garden, Bird Walk, as well as a diverse selection of sports facilities and exercise classes. In terms of the neighbouring areas, located centrally in the City of Westminster, St John’s Wood boasts spacious townhouses within a caring community, whilst being only a short stroll through Regent’s Park from Cumberland Terrace. Being one of the most attractive places to live in London, St John’s Wood is surrounded by prominent locations including Abbey Road Studios, the birthplace of The Beatles’ musical legacy, as well as being the home of Lord’s Cricket Ground. With an array of supermarkets, coffee shops and exclusive boutiques on St John’s Wood High Street, you are never short of things to do, with a vast scope of entertainment possibilities in central London as well as the vibrant hotspot for galleries and live music in Camden Town just a short walk away. And when finding a bite to eat you’ll be spoilt for choice with an array of cafes, take aways, and restaurants located in the likes of St John’s Wood, Primrose Hill, and Camden Town offering a diverse mix of cultures to explore. With such a vast range of activities and entertainment opportunities within the community, St John’s Wood and Primrose Hill in particular have been home to many A-List celebrities, past and present, such as Dragon Den star Deborah Meaden, Jamie Oliver, Jude Law, and even the likes of Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Richard Branson. For more information about Cumberland Terrace visit http://www.winkworth.co.uk/sale/property/WNKSJW086771 For more information about St John’s Wood visit http://www.winkworth.co.uk/estate-agents/st-johns-wood

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Cumberland Terrace, built in 1826 and designed by famous royal architect John Nash, is located on the eastern side of Regent’s Park in the London Borough of Camden. Decorative arches and beautiful neoclassical columns make this residential property one of the most impressive in the area. Originally comprising of 31 houses, nowadays Cumberland Terrace is home to a number of spectacular flats and family homes.

British architect John Nash was a pioneer in the movement towards ‘picturesque’ architecture in the late 18th century, with his most iconic works including the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and the eastern front of Buckingham Palace. These buildings explain the style and inspiration Nash put into the design of the gorgeous Cumberland Terrace, with the numerous columns and arches reflected in his previous works.

The house itself is remarkable, with four bedrooms, living space over five floors, a communal courtyard garden and pleasant views over Regent’s Park, which is located in front of the building. With an imposing exterior, Cumberland Terrace continues the impressive visuals inside with incredible interior design. The house also has three reception rooms and three bathrooms, in addition to a personal garage for parking, making it an ideal home for all the family.

The property also benefits from easy transport links to central London and the City as well as being located close to Kings Cross St Pancras. It is also surrounded by educational institutions ranging from nurseries to university colleges, so is ideally located for families with children requiring, or currently in, education.

Surrounding Area The house is opposite Regent’s Park, which attracts people from all over the Capital on a nice sunny day, and also plays host to many activities and events throughout the course of the year, including the Open Air Theatre, which is the only professional outdoor theatre in Britain. There you can enjoy theatrics from the likes of ‘The Sound of Music’ or ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ in the beautiful surroundings. Other activities within the park include the Wildlife Garden, Bird Walk, as well as a diverse selection of sports facilities and exercise classes.

In terms of the neighbouring areas, located centrally in the City of Westminster, St John’s Wood boasts spacious townhouses within a caring community, whilst being only a short stroll through Regent’s Park from Cumberland Terrace. Being one of the most attractive places to live in London, St John’s Wood is surrounded by prominent locations including Abbey Road Studios, the birthplace of The Beatles’ musical legacy, as well as being the home of Lord’s Cricket Ground.

With an array of supermarkets, coffee shops and exclusive boutiques on St John’s Wood High Street, you are never short of things to do, with a vast scope of entertainment possibilities in central London as well as the vibrant hotspot for galleries and live music in Camden Town just a short walk away.

And when finding a bite to eat you’ll be spoilt for choice with an array of cafes, take aways, and restaurants located in the likes of St John’s Wood, Primrose Hill, and Camden Town offering a diverse mix of cultures to explore.

With such a vast range of activities and entertainment opportunities within the community, St John’s Wood and Primrose Hill in particular have been home to many A-List celebrities, past and present, such as Dragon Den star Deborah Meaden, Jamie Oliver, Jude Law, and even the likes of Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Richard Branson.

For more information about Cumberland Terrace visit http://www.winkworth.co.uk/sale/property/WNKSJW086771

For more information about St John’s Wood visit http://www.winkworth.co.uk/estate-agents/st-johns-wood

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