25 Bywater Street is a superb three / four bedroom family house, situated in one of the prettiest streets in central Chelsea. The house, which is one of the largest in the street, is situated in a quiet part of this colourful, world famous, cul de sac. It combines traditional features with contemporary living.
The ground floor is comprised of a hallway with Argonne oak flooring, and a classic double reception room with regency marble mantelpiece and charming bay window. There is a large cloakroom in the rear extension.
Oak stairs lead to a lower ground floor, with kitchen with Cumbrian slate work surfaces, sitting area and formal dining room. The flooring is of white limestone slabs.
Stone staircases lead down to the exceptional basement level which is ideal for entertaining and general family living. In addition to the home cinema facilities this level houses the utility appliances and a seperate wet room. It can be used for overflow guest accommodation. The flooring is again of white limestone. There is a sub terrarium wine cellar.
The first floor comprises two well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor has a wonderful principal bedroom with oak flooring and ensuite bathroom. French windows lead to a charming terrace. The room is additionally lit by a large rooflight. There is an easily accessible flat roof that could be used as a terrace, subject to planning permission. The house benefits from underfloor heating throughout.
Bywater Street is located only a short walk from Sloane Square, and it’s underground station. The hustle and bustle of the King’s Road, with it’s wonderful shopping and restaurants, is literally at the end of the street.<br /><br />Bywater Street is located only a short walk from Sloane Square, and it’s underground station. The hustle and bustle of the King’s Road, with it’s wonderful shopping and restaurants, is literally at the end of the street.<br /><br />There is a charming balcony off the principal bedroom which also has access to a flat roof which has potential to become a roof terrace, subject to consent, common to a number of houses on the east terrace.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.4%||£6,535,714||5||2.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£946,250 (4)||£2,833,636 (11)||£3,445,256 (39)||£5,383,929 (28)||£7,453,947 (19)|
|Flats||£811,274 (118)||£1,896,152 (131)||£3,540,153 (59)||£5,196,563 (16)||- (1)|
|All||£815,699 (122)||£1,968,774 (142)||£3,502,388 (98)||£5,315,795 (44)||£7,081,250 (20)|