Tower House is one of a group of houses built at the edge of Regent's Park for the Commissioners of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues. It dates from 1834-7 and was designed by the Nash office for James Johnson, physician to William IV.
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Photographer: Prickett, Charles William
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