This house is in a fantastic location just off the famous King's Road in exclusive Chelsea.
Enter the property and you'll find the living room with parquet flooring, two sofas and a stylish glass coffee table. There's also a tv, a piano and the back of this room has a table and chairs and french doors which open out onto a quaint courtyard with a bench and lots of pot plants.
The kitchen is modern with fitted white cupboards and all the amenities you'll need, including a cooker, a coffee maker and a dishwasher. The window offer nice views of the courtyard.
On your way up the stairs you'll come to the second terrace area, with a patio, glass balcony and chairs - the perfect spot to relax with a morning coffee.
The spacious bedroom has a double bed, two chests of drawers and a fitted wardrobe. The bathroom has a shower attachment over the bath, a sink and a loo, and there's also a second guest loo.
The location of this apartment is exceptional, with the delights of the King's Road just a stroll away. There are many bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from, and boutique shops to explore. You'll find many high end shops here, and at Sloane Square just up the road too. Head to Knightsbridge for iconic stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
Your nearest tube station is only a 10 minute walk away at Sloane Square, which joins the District and Circle lines. From here you can be at Oxford Street for shopping in less than 15 minutes, or there are plenty of buses along the King's Road to take you to other areas of the Capital.
Chelsea is an upmarket neighbourhood equivalent to that of New York's Upper East Side or the 16th arrondissement of Paris, with stylish and unique homes to match. It is a wealthy area of London that overlooks the River Thames from Chelsea Bridge near Battersea, right along the Chelsea Embankment to Chelsea Harbour, a perfect spot for a romantic evening with its many restaurants and bars.
The most famous street in the area is the King’s Road, which takes its name from the time it was Charles II’s private thoroughfare, and is one of the Capital’s most popular streets with a good variety of shops and cafes to explore. At the North East end, you’ll find Sloane Square which also has many high end shops, such as Tiffany & Co. and Hugo Boss as well as the impressive Saatchi Gallery at the Duke of York’s Square. The King’s Road is home to many fine dining restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay, Hache, Tom’s Kitchen and The Bluebird, which is often noted as the place to be seen in Chelsea.
This area oozes elegance and a luxury lifestyle, and would be a recommended choice for both families and couples looking for a highly memorable city break.
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