Newly renovated houses in London’s Park Crescent

Ravishing stucco-fronted John Nash properties in fashionable Marylebone

Along with Christopher Wren, John Nash is generally considered London’s defining architect, with contributions that include the palatial neoclassical terraces encircling Regent’s Park and the sweeping drama of Regent Street. A Nash address remains one to covet and buyers should, therefore, welcome a recent update of his work in oh-so-fashionable Marylebone. In Park Crescent, just south of Regent’s Park, a number of Nash’s majestic stucco-fronted houses have been ravishingly renovated to provide 20 lateral apartments and three striking mews houses (through Knight Frank,; from £3.15m) with west- or south-facing terraces.


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