An immaculately presented, completely refurbished bathed in light mews house. The property is laid out over the first and second floors of this mews house. On the ground floor is the utility cupboard with washing machine and dryer. On the first floor there is (1) a large sitting room with two comfortable settees, dining table and chairs for 6. wall mounted flat screen TV with cable and wi fi, modern inset gas fireplace; (2) a separate study; (3) separate L shaped fully integrated fitted kitchen with all the expected components (dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, hob and oven, coffee maker. toaster, kettle, cutlery. crockery, glassware, pots and pans) (4) a shower WC. On the second floor there is the master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room area, and second bedroom with en-suite.
Queen's Gate Place mews is tucked behind Queen's Gate Gardens and Gloucester Road, located just five minutes walk from both South Kensington and Gloucester Road underground stations. Although in the centre of South Kensington, it is a very quiet mews.
For fashonistas, there are all the big names at nearby Knightsbridge, part of Chelsea, from Harrods to other world-renown brand shops (Dolce&Gabbana, Prada, Ferragamo, Burberry, Dior etc.). Well-deserved shopping expeditions to Piccadilly and Oxford Street/Regent Street are just a few tube stops away.
For culture aficionados, you are sitting right on museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Natural History Museum. The British Museum is an easy ride away, as are art galleries such as the Tate Modern, Tate Britain, National Gallery ect. Easy access to the Royal Albert Hall boasting not only the big music events but enjoy live jazz in the evening while eating in the Edgar Room, or live music while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee at the Café Consort (see - royalalberthall.com).
Chelsea has its own Theatre (the Royal Court Theatre (see royalcourttheatre.com) and live music venue (Cadogan Hall (see - cadoganhall.com) at Sloane Square, wehre you can also enjoy the Saturday Farmers Market at the Duke of York Square pedestrian precinct - which also is home to the Saatchi Gallery - or nearby Mozart Square on the Pimlico Road. Spend time walking along vibrant Kings Road which became famous as the 'in' place in the 60s with many pop starts and other celebrities making it their home, and has to this day retained its special character with bars, boutiques and restaurants
The weather is governed by the seas, so do expect sun, rain, warmth and cold through a week, adjusted for the season.
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