Bellevue Lodge is a spectacularly wide house with the advantage of extensive entertaining rooms both on the ground and first floors; each room has magnificent proportions with beautiful windows and far reaching views from the south facade. Presented in immaculate condition, this would make an ideal family home but also perfect for lavish entertaining.
The front of the house benefits from remarkable central windows on three of the four stories. The south facade has sash windows on the ground and second floor, with a very special conservatory enjoying iconic views east across the River Thames, Battersea and Albert Bridge, as well as westerly views over Turners Reach and the river beyond.
Cheyne Walk, which takes its name from William, Lord Cheyne, who owned the manor of Chelsea until 1712, has probably known more famous residents per square metre than any other thoroughfare in London.