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City of Westminster (London Borough)
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National Grid Reference:
TQ 27776 82325


TQ 2782 SE CITY OF WESTMINSTER CLARENCE TERRACE, REGENT'S PARK, NW1 34/21 Nos 1 to 43 consec 9.1.70 (formerly listed as Nos 1 to 12 (consec)


Unified terrace block. 1823 by Decimus Burton under Nash's supervision, as part of Nash's Regent's Park Crown Estate development and built by James Burton (completely reconstructed 1965). Stucco; slate roofs. Graeco-Roman palace in the Nash manner, composed in 3 blocks with hexastyle portico to centre of main range, lower links set back behind colonnade screens and advanced flanking pavilions with pilaster order. 3 storeys and dormered mansards. 15 window wide main range, 3-window links and 3 window fronts to flanking pavilions with 5-window returns. Enclosed pilastered porches to inner returns of flank pavilions; doorways behind screen in links and to main portico podium. Channelled podium-ground floor with semicircular arched windows; segmental arched openings to podium of screens; architraved and corniced 1st floor windows. The hexastyle portico has a giant Corinthian order with the main entablature broken forward over it surmounted by shallow pediment. The screens in front of links have giant paired Ionic columns carrying entablature. The flanking pavilions have 1st and 2nd floors dressed with giant Corinthian pilas- tered paired to angles. Balustraded parapet to main range which has geometric patterned 1st floor balcony, balconettes to links. Tasselled spearhead area railings. John Nash: John Summerson.

Listing NGR: TQ2777682325


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Books and journals
Summerson, J, The Life and Work of John Nash, (1980)
Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, Part 17 Greater London


This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 30 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/10293/28
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