Charles Dickens’ Regent’s Park Home is Up For Sale
Searching for a home with some history? Look no further...
What do you get when you mix luxury with literature? Charles Dickens’ Regents’ Park townhouse, of course – and it’s now up for sale.
If you’re committed to owning a piece of the past, this astonishing home boasts a Grade I status (awarded to only 2.5 percent of UK listed buildings), meaning it has been deemed a place of particular historical significance. It dates back to the early 19th century and served as Dickens’ summer home. Though it may sound rather ravishing, it comes with a price: a hefty £22.5 million.
The townhouse was designed by John Nash, the architect who can be credited for working on none other than Buckingham Palace, and it is certainly a property of palatial proportions. It boasts over 6000 square feet of space across five floors, with highlights including seven vast bedrooms, a sauna and a gym. There’s a separate self-contained mews house, too, with a garage and two bedrooms.
A far cry from the grey-hued London of Oliver Twist, this really is the height of grandeur. If you’ve been waiting for something unique to come along – and you’ve got a lot of cash to spare – it just might be the house for you.
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