Chelsea Embankment


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4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
3 Receptions

Extending to 2,775 square feet (257.8 sq.ms) this immaculate third floor (with lift) home has a series of three interconnecting reception rooms, each facing south over the river and beyond to Battersea Park. The frontage of the flat, made up of the interconnecting reception rooms, is an impressive length of 57 ft. The four double bedrooms are all situated quietly to the rear of the building and also enjoy open views over Old Chelsea. With high ceilings, stunning hard wood floors and fascinating period features throughout, this is a very impressive flat, ideally located close to the King’s Road and a short distance from Sloane Square. The flat has two intriguing turret rooms between the reception space….one is used as an internal ‘observational river room’ and the other is an open balcony. The property has excellent storage throughout and is presented in immaculate decorative order. The Master Bedroom Suite is particularly impressive with a large dressing room and fantastic bathroom. The Clock House, which is Grade II listed, was built in 1879 by the renowned architect R. Norman Shaw and is perfectly placed on the Chelsea Embankment between Swan Walk and Tite Street, giving the flat an impressive view of The Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park.
There are an abundance of green spaces locally, including The Chelsea Physic Gardens, The Royal Hospital Gardens and of course Battersea Park. Sloane Square is withi easy walking distance.

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