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Amazon Property has launched sales at The Park Crescent, London’s only Royal crescent, designed by renowned architect John Nash, which has been transformed to provide 20 two to four bedroom ultra-prime residences.

The development includes lateral, mezzanine and duplex apartments with 5-star hotel-style concierge, fronting onto eight acres of private resident’s gardens and the 410 acres of Regent’s Park. 
 
The Park Crescent traces its Royal origins back to 1811 when Prince George, Prince of Wales, was made Prince Regent and Acting Head of State due to the illness of his father King George III. The Prince Regent wanted his own palace and commissioned John Nash to create a master plan for a Royal residence. 
 
In 2013, Amazon Property purchased The Park Crescent and converted it back into its original role as one of London’s most prestigious residential addresses.
 
Each residence within The Park Crescent has its own character and distinctive features, ranging from 1,429 sq ft (133 sq m) up to 4,127 sqf t (383 sq m) in size with ceilings up to 3.8 metres high. Each apartment has spacious double or triple volume reception room overlooking the private gardens and Regent’s Park. Features include full height doors, sash windows, generous ceiling heights and solid Oak flooring laid in bespoke designs.
 
The first phase release of The Park Crescent was successfully sold, most off plan, using marketing material and computer generated images. The project is nearing build completion and Amazon Property is undertaking the main launch of The Park Crescent, which will take place around a VIP launch event on the 6 October 2016.      
                             
The centrepiece of the main launch will be a new previously unseen flagship four bedroom show residence, created and designed by luxury design house 1508.
 
Charles Gourgey, director at Amazon Property, says: “Luxury property is always defined by its provenance, uniqueness and location. London has many streets, a smaller collection of squares yet it has only one Royal crescent: The Park Crescent. This absolute rareity combined with the exacting quality of the residences, sets this development clearly apart from any other and positions it as one of London’s finest residential developments.” 
 
Chris Lanitis, director at Amazon Property, adds: “We successfully launched and sold the first phase of The Park Crescent on an off plan basis. Now that this highly anticipated residential development is nearing build completion we are undertaking the main launch in October to coincide with the world renowned Frieze London Art Exhibition. The previously unseen newly dressed show residences will showcase artwork and form a ‘mini-Frieze’ showcase for the development. When we launch, visitors will have the opportunity to be the first to get an insight into the quality, unrivalled lateral living space and sweeping park views provided by these newly finished residences.”
 
The lateral apartments at The Park Crescent are available for immediate occupation. Prices at start from GBP3,950,000. 

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