Old Church Street Chelsea SW3
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Reception rooms
- Roof Terrace
A fantastic opportunity to buy an unmodernised freehold home in the heart of Old Chelsea.
This well-formed and spacious house has been stripped out ready for complete renovation throughout with the benefit of implemented planning permission. The planning permission gives the purchaser the chance to create a
generous 3-4 bedroom house, with a sophisticated and spacious style of living, over five floors with a roof terrace. The property has been unoccupied for more than 2 years and therefore qualifies for 5% VAT on the majority of building works.
This unique house on Old Church Street is the old dairy shop, formerly part of Wright’s Dairy where folk would come to purchase their milk, butter and cheese. Wright’s dairy was one of the first in Chelsea and was erected in 1796. The fields behind the dairy, now Glebe Place, were used for the grazing cows and Old Church Street, formerly Church Street is one of the oldest recorded streets in the area, dating back to the 16th century. ince being the dairy shop, it has been both a tobacconist and a cake shop but has since been converted into a house.
Today Old Church Street boasts a cinema, shops, some of Chelsea’s finest pubs, as well as an eclectic mix of architecturally stunning houses. It is a wonderful location
to live and this house provides an exciting opportunity for someone to create a truly special home.
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Stamp Duty on Residential Property Purchases, as of 4 December 2014, is now calculated at increasing rates for each portion of the price being paid, in a similar fashion to income tax.
In order to simplify the more complicated calculation, Russell Simpson provide you with a 'Stamp Duty Calculator'.
Enter the proposed price below to establish the tax payable on your purchase
|Price bands||Percentage rate||Taxable sum||Tax|
|Up to £125,000||0%||£0||£0|
|Above £125,000 and up to £250,000||5%||0||0|
|Above £250,000 and up to £925,000||5%||0||0|
|Above £925,000 and up to £1,500,000||10%||0||0|