This is a second floor walk-up in a period property, three minutes walk from the bustling Kings Road, Chelsea - with all its history and connection with the pop world, with excellent bars, restaurants, shops and transport links to the West End and other areas of London.
Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes; bathroom with shower over tub; open plan living room with L shaped bed settee, table and 4 chairs, fully equipped kitchen with washer-dryer, stove, dish-washer and fridge. Cable TV (42' flat screen) and internet access. There is a strict no-smoking policy for rentals at this flat.
Within a stone's thrown can be found bars and restaurants galore, prestige shopping (Harrods, etc.), history (Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Museums and Art Galleries galore, Tower of London, London Eye ect ect). The King's Road became famous as the 'in' place in the 60s with many pop starts and other celebrities making it their home, and to this day retains its special character. Every which way are to be found historic buildings, museums and art galleries.
Other Activities: the Royal Albert Hall boasts 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. Chelsea has its own Theatre (the Royal Court Theatre) and live music venue (Cadogan Hall, both at Sloane Square, let alone the score-plus theatres in the West End. Just a 10 minute underground journey brings you to Leicester Square and the West End. The apartment is the ideal location for both tourists and business people alike. There are supermarkets, banks, boutiques, bars and restaurants galore along the Kings Road. On Saturdays there is a delightful farmers' market in Duke of York Square. Further out are wonderful outings to Kew Gardens, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court, Royal Greenwich etc.
The West End of London, Soho and Bloomsbury boast 30 plus theatres so you could watch a new show every night for a month and still have some left over! There are music venues suited to every taste, street extravaganzas like the Notting Hill Carnival, regular highlights such as the Chelsea Flower Show and Wimbledon Lawn-Tennis Finals - the list goes on and on. Access to all places is easy with the very comprehensive and regular London Transport bus and subway system - even better, walk!
South East England is jam-packed full of history and culture. There are national heritage sites such as Windsor Castle and Hampton Court. There is the Thames with a wide variety of journeys along its meandering course; within an hour's journey is Oxford, Stratford upon Avon (Shakespeare and all that), Brighton it’s flamboyant Pavilion, to name a few. Although we don't have a Mediterranean climate, the weather is generally mild.