A rare opportunity to acquire an elegant and spacious, Grade II listed, four bedroom, period house in a tree lined private road of family houses conveniently located close to the open spaces of both Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.
The property offers outstanding living accommodation for the discerning buyer and benefits from a wealth of period features including floor to ceiling windows on the first floor allowing light to flood into the main reception room.
The accommodation comprises five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, two guest cloakrooms, utility room and upper and lower conservatories. The property benefits from a beautiful, mature, garden which is one of the largest in the terrace bakcing on to the gardens of Gloucester Terrace.
There is a blue plaque on the front wall commemorating the fact that the house was owned by Frank Humphrey Sinkler Jennings, the English documentary film maker who was described by film critic and director Lindsay Anderson in 1954 as: "the only real poet that British cinema has yet produced."
Regents Park Terrace allows easy access to the wonderful recreational areas of Regent's Park and is close to all the shopping and transport facilities of both Camden Town and Primrose Hill. EPC Rating D