Clarence Terrace

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Clarence Terrace overlooks Regent's Park in Marylebone, City of Westminster, London, England. This terrace is the smallest in the park.[1]


This row of terraced houses is named after William IV. It was designed by Decimus Burton. It is composed of three sections, a centre and two wings, of the Corinthian order, connected by two colonnades of the Ilyssus Ionic order. The elevation is divided into three stories; namely, a rusticated entrance, which serves as a basement to the others, a Corinthian order embellishing the drawing room and chamber stories. There is also a well proportioned entablature.[1]


This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd's Metropolitan Improvements: Or, London in the Nineteenth Century, Displayed in a Series of Engravings of the New Buildings, Improvements, &c. by the Most Eminent Artists from Original Drawings, Taken from the Objects Themselves Expressly for this Work (1827)

Coordinates: 51°31′30″N 0°09′34″W / 51.5250°N 0.1594°W / 51.5250; -0.1594