8 Ambassadorial Residences
- 92,800 sq ft including mews houses
- 2-12 & 20/21 Cornwall Terrace
- Crown Estate Lease of 125 years
- The Regents Park NW1
A magnificent terrace of Grade I listed Nash buildings at Cornwall Terrace, located in the heart of The Regent’s Park, overlooking the rowing lake. This residential development has become one of the most exclusive and desirable addresses in London, comprising 8 separate houses ranging from 8,000 – 14,400 sq ft, with separate mews accommodation. These stunning residences are an extraordinary part of historic London being reinstated to their former glory.
Cornwall Terrace was inspired by the vision of George Augustus Frederick, Prince of Wales, son of England’s King George III. He became Prince Regent in 1811 and ruled on behalf of his father, who was suffering bouts of madness.
Hoping to curry favour with the nation as a result of his regal appointment, the Prince Regent embarked on a lavish scheme to transform London into an elegant capital that would be the envy of the world. The Regent’s Park and Cornwall Terrace were integral to the Prince Regent’s plans for a new city defined by beauty, elegance and classical architecture.
Occupants included members of the nobility, admirals, generals and adventurers, public figures and other persons of distinction.
Selective interior designers have now completed all eight houses to an exceptional finish creating
“One of the country – possibly the world’s most prestigious addresses”
(Telegraph Property 12 January 2013)