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First Phase of The Park Crescent unveils in London

by Sophie Cullen on May 23, 2016 in Interiors
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Amazon Property has recently unveiled the first phase of The Park Crescent, five apartments in a collection of 20 homes overlooking Regent's Park, London

The elegant and contemporary living spaces behind the Grade I listed façade have been inspired by the Regency period and original architect, John Nash. Included in the first phase are: a three bedroom lateral apartment, a two bedroom duplex, a three bedroom duplex, a four bedroom duplex with its own front door and a 3 bedroom duplex penthouse with outdoor terrace.

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The Park Crescent offers an opportunity to live in a home cemented in British architectural history. Surrounding landscape includes eight acres of private garden; Park Square and Park Crescent Gardens, all retaining Nash’s original layout. Importantly, the grand white stucco façade, Grecian detailing and street level colonnade remain, with the tall round-headed windows allowing an abundance of light to fill the living spaces.

Created within four differing collections: The Byron, The Constable, The Wedgwood and The Turner, the apartments have been influenced by fine art and neo-Georgian style architecture synonymous with the Regency period.

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Chris Lanitis, director of Amazon Property, comments: "The Park Crescent is a premier address in London and one with an architectural heritage few can boast. We have created new homes which stay true to John Nash's original blueprint with a modern and luxurious twist. We pride ourselves on the renovation of period properties and The Park Crescent is our flagship development and the most exciting yet."

 

 

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