This beautiful Regency townhouse in the Regent’s Park area of London was completely gutted, extended and renovated from the inside out. While from the outside the property is in keeping with its distinguished surroundings, this property is a technological haven that has been tailored around exactly what the couple wanted from their dream home.

Creating open space and increasing natural light levels were key aims of the property’s redesign; this was particularly important in the open-plan ground floor living area, where a motorised skylight provides a welcome source of extra light on cloudy days.  Meanwhile, smart lighting fixtures across the house ensure that the property feels bright and spacious, even at night. One of the highlights of this smart home can be found in the master bedroom, where a television screen comes down from an alcove in the ceiling and tilts to the perfect viewing angle, meaning the homeowners can watch their favourite programmes while wrapped up in bed.

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Modern home with Kitchen, Colorful Cabinet, Medium Hardwood Floor, and Ceiling Lighting. Smart lighting control and motorised shades in the living room Photo  of Regent's Park Townhouse

Smart lighting control and motorised shades in the living room

Modern home with Dining Room, Table, Chair, Storage, Ceiling Lighting, and Medium Hardwood Floor. Smart lighting and in-ceiling speakers in the living room Photo 2 of Regent's Park Townhouse

Smart lighting and in-ceiling speakers in the living room

Modern home with Living Room, Medium Hardwood Floor, Sofa, Coffee Tables, Ceiling Lighting, and Pendant Lighting. Media room snug downstairs Photo 3 of Regent's Park Townhouse

Media room snug downstairs

Modern home with Living Room, Sofa, Ceiling Lighting, Pendant Lighting, and Medium Hardwood Floor. Motorised shading and skylight in the living room Photo 4 of Regent's Park Townhouse

Motorised shading and skylight in the living room