This period building is home to a beautiful apartment on the first floor with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, sitting room and separate dining room. There is a small balcony leading off the sitting room, to the front of the building and a fantastically lush communal garden, hidden away at the back of the building.
Upon entering the property you'll notice the pretty green wallpaper in the hallway, and the many paintings adorning the walls. Head into the sitting room and you’ll find a spacious and traditionally-styled room, with cream walls, sofas, a couple of armchairs to relax in beside the marble fireplace. The chandelier and ceiling rose are lovely features and the pastel-coloured soft furnishings make this a really homely space.
Next door you will find the elegant dining room with parquet flooring, a smart wooden dining table and comfortable chairs. This is a stylish space for entertaining and dining in, and is partly open-plan to the kitchen. The kitchen is well-equipped with white fitted cupboards, a hob, oven, toaster, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
The master bedroom, at the back of the property, is very light and spacious with a leather bedstead, ornate chairs for bedside tables and huge built-in wardrobes. There’s also a pretty white desk/dressing table and chair by the window and pleasant views to the garden below. The en suite bathroom off this room has a modern shower unit, a sink, a loo and a heated towel rail.
The second bedroom has a double sofa which folds out to sleep two guests, a pouf and a flat-screen TV with Virgin channels. There’s also a dark wood desk and a chair for any paperwork you may need to attend to. The second bathroom has a shower attachment over the bath tub, a sink and a loo.
This property is in a fantastic location, just off the King’s Road in upmarket Chelsea. This long road is well known for its boutique shops, trendy cafes and bars, and fine dining restaurants. There is a luxury feel to this neighbourhood and Sloane Square at one end of the King’s Road is home to many designer labels such as Hugo Boss and Tiffany & Co. If you follow the King’s Road to the South, you will come to the New King’s Road, popular for design and home interior shops. You’ll never be far from a gastopub or a nice wine bar in this part of town!
The area is well served by buses which will take you into Kensington, Knightsbridge, up to Hyde Park and over to Oxford Street. Sloane Square Underground is a short bus ride or a 20 minute stroll away, where you can join the District and Circle lines. From here you can be at Oxford Street in 12 minutes. If you’re after some green space for a picnic or a walk in the sunshine, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park or Buckingham Palace and the surrounding gardens as well as the lovely Green Park, are also within easy reach. Imperial Wharf is a 15 minute walk from the apartment and is on the Overground. From here it is only a 7 minute journey to Shepherd’s Bush for the Westfield Shopping Centre, the largest in Europe. It is a 15 minute walk or a short bus ride to South Kensington where there are plenty more shops and the Museums – Natural History, Victoria & Albert and the Science Museums. It is also only a short bus or taxi ride to Notting Hill for the Portobello Road markets, or to Knightsbridge for the well known Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores.
Please note you climb one flight of stairs to reach the apartment (no lift).
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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