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Real Estate Beat: Luxurious Nash House in London

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The Property
Nash House is an astounding property in London, designed by John Nash for his wife. It’s one of the rarest properties you will find in London. Sitting in an area of 448sq m/4,823sq ft, the three-story property is worth having a look at.

List Price
The house is listed on the market for £11,000,000.

Nash House is situated in Chester Terrace, Regent’s Park in London NW1.


With the well planned interiors and accommodation, the house features a drawing room that takes you right to the garden. The master bedroom comes with the large en-suite bathroom and dressing room. In addition there are two double bedrooms, staff/guest bedroom with adjoining kitchen & bathroom. Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room are among the other amenities.


The exterior is enhanced with a garden that has the path from the drawing room. In addition, there is a large store room, security room, vaulted store and a garage.

Unique amenities

The unique aspects of the house features wine cellar, and private west-facing irrigated garden with flood lights.

Via: Astonchase

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