An exceptionally bright and spacious three bedroom, three storey freehold corner house converted in the 1990s from a 1912 coachworks for the Vinot-Deguingand Car Company. Moments from Regent's Park and within walking distance of multiple transport links, including Great Portland Street, Regent's Park, Warren Street and Mornington Crescent tube stations. The house, kitchen and bathrooms have all been fitted out to a high standard. Mackintosh-inspired staircase in solid American black walnut. Tall sash windows on ground floor. An abundance of storage. Secure shared courtyard. Secure underground garage parking. Chain free.
Living room 19'6" x 18'6". At Max. Four tall sash windows. 3.3 meter high ceilings
Kitchen 10'1" x 9'6" Fully fitted to high standard. Sash plus porthole window
Bedroom 16'7" x 14' At max. Sash windows. Dual aspect. Floor to ceiling cupboards
Bedroom 12'9" x 10'3" Three sash windows. En-suite bathroom
Bedroom 16'9" x 11'2" Into eaves. Plus large loft storage areas
Bathroom 8'3" x 5'6" White suite.
Bathroom 8' x 5'6" En-suite with Japanese bath plus shower
Guest wc with white suite and window
Lobby area 16' x 4'10" Open to staircase
Secure underground garage space accessed from street level by car lift.
Service charge: £2000 pa. includes Management and reserve fund
Council Tax: Band G (Camden Borough)
The most southern end of the road was designed by Nash who was responsible for many of the houses facing Regent's Park moments away. As you leave Camden Town at the top of Parkway there is a small section of Gloucester Avenue that turns into Regents Park Road at the English Folk Dance and Song Centre.
This is the main thoroughfare to Primrose Hill. It is a long, very wide tree-lined street with magnificent 3 and 4 storey terraced houses painted in a palette of colours. They are grand houses with large windows and graceful plasterwork. Some of the properties overlook Regents Park itself.
As you pass St Marks Church crossing over the Regents Canal there is a subtle change in the look and feel of the houses. The 5-storey houses are entered through small front gardens and on through portico entrances, they have balconies on the first floor taking full advantage of the views of both Regents Park and Primrose Hill. The majority are painted in more pastel shades on both sides of the road.
The left side of the road gives way to Primrose Hill with a mix of similar Victorian houses and a low-key modern complex of apartments facing this pretty and historic park.
Heading straight on into the centre of the 'village', Regents Park Road has a parade of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes with flats above. After Berkley Road, one side of the street retains the original terrace of Victorian houses with large front gardens facing household-type shops and Bibendum - the wine merchants.
At the very end of the road is the pedestrianised bridge that crosses the railway to give easy access to Chalk Farm Road and its tube station.