Period town house in Chelsea at the end of quiet dead end road

Period town house in Chelsea at the end of quiet dead end road

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

We are really fortunate and live in my dream house in Chelsea. We gutted it a few years ago and it is now a light and airy four storey family period town house. You come up five stairs to enter the front door. The ground floor comprises of an open plan kitchen diner. I love cooking so I think I can safely say you'll have everything you'll need in addition to a stereo. Also on the Ground Floor is my son's bedroom (single).

On the lower ground floor is the spare bedroom (double), glittery shower room and WC. The play room is also located on this floor which extends into a double height conservatory with corner sofa. The washing machine and tumble dryer is tucked away on this floor.

On the first floor the staircase opens up into a large light living room with two sofas and 42" TV, Sky+ and play station 3. There is also a small fourth bedroom but it is currently filled with two toddler beds, so unless you want to come with small children I don't thing you'll get much use out of this room.

And on the second floor is the master bedroom (King size double bed) and bathroom (with shower over). There is a TV, stereo and DVD player tucked away in a cupboard. And from the bedroom you can go up the stairs onto the roof terrace.

I hope this helps give you an idea of the layout, but any questions please don't hesitate to ask me.

Property features

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Who we are

  1. We are now outnumbered! We have a five year old son and three year old twins. I am a Building Surveyor and my husband has an advertising company. I am really interested in doing a house swap in northern California as my sister is currently living there. I am also interested in a house swap in this country if a house could offer me a real contrast to what our house offers (big garden or near the sea). Failing any of the above if there was a lovely house within easy reach in Europe I'd give it a go (but would really need three or four bedrooms).

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Our Chelsea house is in the quiet end of a dead end road. The children living along the road are often found playing outside as it is very safe and we have lovely neighbours. From our house it is about a 30 second walk to the middle of the famous King's Road which has almost every shop you could need as well as many restaurants, cafes and the Saatchi Gallery. Paul a French patisserie is at the end of the road which is very handy for breakfast croissant etc. We are in walking distance of all the museums in South Kensington, ie. Science, Natural History and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The River Thames is an easy walk as are many parks, Hyde Park, Battersea Park, Chelsea Physics Garden and the Royal Hospital. And if you want to get somewhere a little quicker or a little further afield there are Barclays Bikes very close by. And failing that you never have to wait long for a taxi at the end of the road. We are a 15 minutes walk from Buckingham Palace and Harrods.

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