Grade I listed 19th Century Terrace House
Chester terrace was designed by John Nash in 1825, and is the longest unbroken façade in regents park at 280metre.
The terrace was significantly damaged by bombing in the Second World War but was subsequently repaired and used as government offices. After the war, the front façade was retained in its original design and the rest rebuilt on the original block footprint, but not the original floor layouts, which were instead designed as 42 individual town houses between 1959 and 1961.
Dovetail were instructed to do a full refurbishment of the dwelling house.