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Cheyne Place

Chelsea, SW3

Cheyne Place, Chelsea, SW3

Brochure

Beautifully designed two bedroom duplex flat in Chelsea with communal garden access

£2,650,000

Asking price

$3,360,995

€3,140,383

¥529,548,282

AED 12,344,934

SAR 12,609,109

Brochure

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2

Internal

1,618

sq ft

150

sqm

Outdoor

152

sq ft

EPC

C

Tenure

Share of freehold

i

Length of lease left:
944 years

Ground rent:
£0 p/y

Service charge:
£6000 p/y
Includes hot water and heating

Council Tax

RBKC, G

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Floorplan

The Property

Stylish flat with high ceilings and contemporary interiors on a sought-after street opposite the Chelsea Physic Garden

Kitchen Dining

Indoor Spaces

Entering the flat on the raised ground floor, the front hall opens directly onto an open-plan kitchen and dining room. This is a calm space, with high ceilings and decorated with wooden floors and fitted cabinets. Beyond is a spacious reception room, also with high ceilings and wooden floors, as well as a south-east-facing bay window bringing in extra light. Finally, this floor features a utility room and a guest WC.

Soft Seating

Soft Seating

The Bedrooms

The lower ground floor offers a pair of double bedrooms. The principal bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a bath and shower, a walk-in wardrobe and a French door leading out onto a patio (non-demised). The second bedroom has a bathroom next door.

The Design

The property is beautifully designed to maximise the sense of light and space, with contemporary interiors presented in good condition.

The Neighbourhood

The flat has a paved rear patio with outdoor storage. In addition, residents have access to a communal garden at the back of the building.

Cheyne Place leads off the eastern end of Cheyne Walk, one of the most historic streets in London. Over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, this street was home to numerous celebrated figures, including the writer George Eliot, the painter J.M.W. Turner, and the actress Elizabeth Taylor. To the south is the Thames Embankment, with the Albert Bridge leading to Battersea Park. To the north is the King’s Road and its excellent range of restaurants and shops. In addition, the beautiful Chelsea Physic Garden lies opposite the property.

Communal Garden

Communal Garden

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