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Regent's Park in the borough of Westminster remains a magnificent jewel in the City of London's crown. The freehold of some 900 properties is carefully managed by the Crown Estate and leased to the open market. Despite the added costs, there is always a demand by wealthy British and foreign buyers in search of the cream of London's homes.
The dozen or so 'palace' residences of Regent’s Park are homes for those with several millions of pounds to spend on one property. The grand crescents on the Outer Circle, designed by Nash at the behest of the Prince Regent, are made up of beautiful stucco-fronted terraced houses, which will also set you back a few million. Period apartment conversions can be found here, as well as mews cottages behind the terraces. Just outside the Park there are Victorian and Edwardian mansion flat conversions as well as luxury 20th century flats.