Upper Cheyne Row is a quiet residential street in the heart of Old Chelsea, running between Lawrence Street and Oakley Street, south of Kings Road and Glebe Place. It is one of London's most sought after addresses and an enclave that is recognised as one of London's oldest and historical residential destinations.
Within easy reach are the numerous shops, restaurants, boutiques and department stores the Kings Road has to offer. In addition, the property is just 0.3 miles away from the open spaces and amenities of Battersea Park.
This is a location also renowned for its convenience for transport connections with routes out of London south, and west towards Heathrow easily accessible; Gatwick Airport is easily reached too via the Gatwick Express services from Victoria station. The River taxi service too is convenient from the Cadogan Pier. Local underground services are found at Sloane Square and South Kensington.
An exceptional contemporary studio house set behind its own gates which has been extensively refurbished by the current owner.
Nestled amongst the Queen Anne and Grade II* listed
properties that are synonymous with Old Chelsea, this unique house is discreetly hidden away and provides a wonderful sense of seclusion and privacy.
The reception room is simply spectacular, measuring to almost 2000sq ft alone and with a ceiling height of approximately 4m; it is a superb entertaining space.
Overall the accommodation spans nearly 7,500sq ft arranged primarily over two floors, though a basement level also provides a valuable cinema room, utility/laundry and gym with separate massage/therapy room.
The specification though the house includes air conditioning and underfloor heating throughout and there is a valuable space for off street parking a the front of the property too.
There is no doubt that this is an exceptionally rare house to find in Prime Central London and it will appeal to any buyer seeking a statement home that combines elegance, volume and privacy.