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Spread across six stories, this beautiful townhouse has an unusual grand drawing room with pillars, cinema room, lift and roof terrace. Close to Regent’s Park, to Oxford Street’s shops and to the British Museum.

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Built in the 19th century by the architect Robert Adams, this house still has the original stunning rooms, their pale walls framing stylish furniture, Georgian floorboards and chandeliers.

Inside

Spread across six stories, there’s both an elegant central staircase and a lift to take you from the wine cellars to the second floor. The drawing room is decadent, its golden pillars warm against deep grey walls, with fireplace and TV. The adjoining dining room seats 8. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area for 6. A second sitting room and kitchenette can also be found. The property also enjoys a cinema room.

Bedrooms

Each bedroom has a double bed. The master bedroom has a king sized bed, en suite bathroom and TV. The queen bedroom has a balcony and a separate bathroom. There is another separate double bedroom. The fourth room shares a connecting en suite bathroom with the latter bedroom.

Outside

The property has a roof terrace.

Location

Close to Regent’s Park, to Oxford Street’s shops and to the British Museum.

Staff & Dining

Fully equipped kitchen and breakfast bar.

Things to Do

Close to Regent’s Park, to Oxford Street’s shops and to the British Museum.  Warren Street, Great Portland Street and Regent’s Park tube stations are nearby to take guests to wherever they wish. There are plenty of markets, parks, restaurants, antique shops, galleries, shops, theatres, museums, concert halls, bars and more.