This magnificent property occupies the raised ground floor and lower ground floors of Victorian period building, with access up onto a flat roof on the upper floors. Accommodation comprises; a huge 41ft front aspect reception room, a 25ft rear reception/dining room, an additional internal reception room, kitchen, 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 cloakrooms, patio and garage. Cambridge Gate was designed by T Archer and A Green and built in 1875-77 on the site of The Colosseum. The Colosseum was built in 1824-6 to designs of Decimus Burton, it opened in 1830 and then demolished in 1875. Facing Regent's Park as part of the Outer Circle, the terrace of Cambridge Gate was built in Bath stone, unlike the stucco of the earlier Nash terraces and is part of the Regents Park Conservation area. The terrace is Grade II Listed. The monarch at the time the terrace was built was Queen Victoria and the Prime Minister was Benjamin Disraeli.
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