This incredible Chelsea Townhouse, worth £5,000,000, is set, like a precious stone, in one of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s most desirable residential enclaves.
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Stepping out of this glorious townhouse onto an immaculate residential road in the heart of Chelsea, you can already sense this is one of the most enviable neighbourhoods in a borough steeped in history. The Monarchy bestowed its name on this West-London district over a century ago in memory of Queen Victoria and outstanding architecture stands around every corner. Kensington Palace, the Sir Christopher Wren and Sir John Soane-designed Royal Hospital Chelsea, The Royal Albert Hall and The Victoria and Albert Museum are but a few jewels in this area’s remarkable crown.
Wandering these beautiful, tree-lined streets is a joy—saunter past rows of flawless, golden brick and stucco-fronted homes on wide, stone pavements and investigate delightful, hidden mews. Head for characterful Bywater Street, fictional home of author John Le Carre’s Tinker Taylor Solider Spy’s protege George Smiley, for fondant-coloured facades and a fashion shoot or two.
Who can resist the intoxicating roar of a home football game in the capital? You might even be at Stamford Bridge watching The Blues play in person, alongside fans such as Gordon Ramsey, Nigella Lawson, Sir Jeremy Isaacs, Joseph Fiennes or Michael Caine. Either way, the infectious energy of Chelsea Football Club’s impressive stadium enlivens passionate supporters for miles around.
They say you don’t walk the King’s Road, you strut it. This once-riotous catwalk of fashion, rock ‘n’ roll and punk spawned experimental Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood boutiques alongside the visionary Chelsea Drugstore. Today this exceptional high street, named after flamboyant Charles II, still channels an electric spirit of reinvention. Explore independent furniture and jewellery shops, celebrated department store Peter Jones, or fashion landmarks such as Rixo. Continue to Duke of York Square, the first new public square in London’s West End for more than a century, to peruse innovative flagships, including Franchetti Bond, Aesop and Dermalogica.
Round the day off with an exhibition opening at Saatchi Gallery, one of the UK’s most celebrated contemporary art spaces, which presides over Duke of York Square in its commanding, neoclassical home.
Then take a moment to pinch yourself as you realise you’re not even half a mile from your front door. Dreams really are made in Chelsea.
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