The Doric Villa, Regent’s Park

One of the most important and historic houses in Regent’s Park, The Doric Villa is a pair of original, Grade I listed houses built by John Nash circa 1821. Over 2 years of negotiation with the Crown Estate, English Heritage and the City of Westminster resulted in a 140 year land lease extension and Full planning permission and Listed Building Consent to substantially extend the house to approximately 10,560 square feet.

A sensitive renovation of this magnificent stucco house fronted by Doric columns, has retained stunning period features such as a beautiful cantilevered staircase, fireplace and mahogany doors. The property is arranged over ground, lower ground and two upper floors. A new 5,000 sf subterranean leisure complex beneath the garden includes a magnificent swimming pool complex including spa, cinema, gymnasium and wine store, and ancillary accommodation.


Tel:   212-203-7918
Fax:  212-203-7920

253 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor

New York, NY 10016

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