Situated in the heart of 'Old Chelsea', this most prestigious and historic Queen Anne house offers the purchaser a most unusual and outstanding opportunity to acquire what surely must be one of Chelsea's most treasured homes.
Built in 1707, this exceptional Grade II* Listed property today offers a meticulously refurbished series of wonderfully appointed reception rooms along with an outstanding master bedroom suite equipped with bathroom and dressing room. Carefully restored throughout, there is the further advantage of having a spacious studio accessed via the wonderful secret garden. The studio is not listed, has 13' ceiling height and opens directly onto the garden.
The magnificent proportion and width of this house is further complemented by a host of charming original features, including an immaculately maintained and refurbished panelled first floor Drawing Room. Period charm is carefully balanced with a selection of modern technological features.
Cheyne Row is one of Chelsea's most regarded streets and is within easy reach of the King's Road and its many amenities. With regular bus routes along the Kings Road and with Sloane Square underground station within walking distance, the property benefits from good transport links.
|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)|