This prestigious three bedroom/ three bathroom mews house has recently been completely upgraded to a modern, stylish, contemporary finish. The mews lies at the heart of South Kensington with its many bars, boutiques and restaurants. It is just a three minute walk from South Kensington tube station, yet the mews offers a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis.
The house has on the ground floor the large open plan L-shaped living room with light streaming in from the front windows, two three seater settees, feature fireplace, dining table and six chairs, and off to the side is the fully integrated kitchen with all usual appliances. On the first floor is the master bedroom with king size bed, built-in wardrobes, chest of drawers, bathed in light through juliet style doors looking out onto the mews and en-suite bathroom with tub and shower overhead, hand basin and wc; a second double bedroom with built in cupboard, chest of drawers with second bathroom with tub and shower overhead, hand basin and wc; on the first floor is also a study with access to the roof terrace. On the lower ground floor is the third double bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite wet room with shower, hand basic and wc; there is also a large living area attached to the lower ground floor bedroom. There is no parking in the mews but garage use is available separately.
Not only are you a walk away from South Kensington with its famous museums (Victoria and Albert, Natural History etc), but you are easy walking from Harrods, and high end shops at Knightsbridge/Sloane Street, and Chelsea’s Kings Road which since the 60's has been a haven for the music and art community of London. The Kings Road boast many bars, eateries and shopping opportunities. Chelsea has its own Theatre (the Royal Court Theatre) and live music venue (Cadogan Hall) both at Sloane Square, along with the Saatchi Gallery at Duke of York Plaza where there is also a Saturday market, as is also the case in nearby Mozart Square at the bottom of Bourne Street. The famous organic food store and eatery Daylesford at 44 Pimlico Road is a must. Easy access to the Royal Albert Hall boasting not only the big music events but enjoy live jazz in the evening while eating in the Edgar Room, or live music while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee at the Café Consort. You also have the score-plus theatres in the West End. Just a 10 minute underground journey brings you to Leicester Square, or the Palace of Westminster and Buckingham Palace. The Thames furnishes you with numerous boat trips up and down its historic banks with frequest stop offs. For practical purposes, there is a supermarket (Waitrose) just round the corner a couple of minutes away.
If you go to google maps and enter SW7 3AF and then move the little man onto the road you will get a good street-level view of the area.
As with all of central London, it is far easier to get about on public transport than a hire car as there is daily congestion charge and parking charges and Chelsea is wonderfully situated being so centrally located to all of the sights. There is a London City/Barclays Bank bike hire scheme - see transport for London's website under cycling.
The cost per week is £3150 (minimum stay of 6 nights) which includes all utilities, wi fi, cable, linens and towels, let-in/end-of-stay cleaning charge; A garage can be rented separately.
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