Set in a private terrace designed by renowned architect John Nash, this impressive five bedroom home features exceptional finishes, high ceilings throughout, abundant natural light, and spacious accommodations. Arranged over six floors, the property has been meticulously maintained and retains original period features. Beautifully executed, the interiors combine period opulence with modern luxuries. The ground floor boasts an impressive entrance hall, double volumed dining room, and beautiful kitchen with breakfast room as well as a guest bathroom. Upon the first floor, the double volumed reception room boasts high ceilings and three full height windows, providing vast amounts of natural daylight. The room opens up to a private balcony overlooking the expanse of Regent’s Park. The principal suite occupies the entire second floor with two en-suite bathrooms, dressing room, and bar kitchenette. On the third floor, there are two further double bedrooms with their own en-suite bathrooms and a third room that could be used as a bedroom or study. A spacious media room with kitchenette occupy the fourth floor - a perfect space for family entertainment and leisure. The lower ground floor features a guest suite with its own private entrance, shower room and kitchen. Additionally, this floor features an intimate outside courtyard, wine cellar, utility room, two vault stores, and an internal garage with storage space. Additional features include three off-street parking spaces and access to private communal gardens. Gloucester Gate is excellently positioned along Regent’s Park Outer Circle and is only a short distance from Central London. Nearby underground stations include Great Portland Street and Regents Park. Regent’s Park hosts a wide variety of recreational facilities including the world famous London Zoo, open air theatre, gardens, tennis courts, and boating lake. Tenure: Leasehold approximately 140 years remaining. Ground Rent: £200 per annum. Service Charge: £5,000 per annum.