A curving terrace, Chalcot Crescent

A curving crescent, Chalcot Crescent

Probably built by J. Burden


Primrose Hill

Off Regent's Park Road, London

This is part of a "[s]erpentine shaped terrace" of twelve three-storey houses with basements, some with attic dormers as well. Note the "cast-iron balconies ... console-bracketed eaves" and "attached cast-iron railings with fleur-de-lys finials to areas" (Camden Council). A cast-iron window guard is also visible on the left-hand ground floor window.

Chalcot Square and Chalcot Crescent, which do not touch at any point, occupy land that once belonged to the old Chalcot estate — the name of which gave rise to "Chalk Farm."

Other views of Chalcot Square and Chalcot Crescent

  • Terraced houses on the north side of Chalcot Square
  • Close-up of north-west side
  • Part of a terrace on the west side of Chalcot Square
  • Listed Building

    Photograph and text 2008 by Jacqueline Banerjee.

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