Mallord Street is located in Chelsea, south west London within the SW3 postcode and within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The area is bordered by South Kensington to the north, Sloane Square and Knightsbridge to the east and the River Thames to the south. It is a well established and highly regarded residential location. Local shopping and restaurant facilities can be found on Fulham Road to the north, as well as along the King’s Road to the south. and around Sloane Square to the east. Battersea Park (public open space) lies to the south of the River. The property has excellent local transport links. The nearest underground stations are Sloane Square and South Kensington (Circle & District Lines) which lie within 1 mile of the property. Local bus routes can be found along King’s Road and Fulham Road.
This charming family house comprises a tall and unusually wide early 20th century terraced building designed in the Arts and Crafts style. It has been well maintained and is beautifully presented. The house is arranged over ground and three upper floors and provides substantial and well-proportioned accommodation. A third floor was recently added which provides a useful “independent suite” of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen and sitting room. In total, the house comprises 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 5 reception rooms and 2 kitchens. One of the appealing features is the 25’ 10” (7.88m)wide first floor drawing room. The house provides flexibility in the way that the bedrooms and receptions rooms are utilised to maximise the particular needs of the occupier.
Estate Agents Act 1979 – Disclosure
The Act requires an Estate Agent to disclose to a buyer if the vendor of a property is connected to an
employee (or consultant) of the selling agent. In this instance, a family member of the vendor is related to a consultant to Savills (UK) Limited.