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Luxury 1 bed Apartment For Sale in Chelsea London

$990,929 | £712,807 | €820,000
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Luxury 1 bed Apartment For Sale in Chelsea London

Euro Resales Property iD: 9826804

Property Location

Oakley St




United Kingdom

Property Details

A delightful, bright one double bedroom flat of approximately 430 sqft (40 sqm), which is newly renovated, on a long lease with a brand-new kitchen and bathroom, situated on the top floor of this smart, part-stucco fronted building in the heart of Chelsea. The property further comprises a reception room, separate kitchen, bathroom, and access to a communal flat roof space. This would make an ideal home, pied-a-terre or rental investment.

The bedroom window opens to one of the rare garden spaces in Old Chelsea and gives a beautiful view of trees, gardens and open spaces.

The flat is off Kings Road, in very popular Oakley Street which connects Kings Road to iconic Albert Bridge, the embankment and the Thames River. Famous Kings Road provides with access to local amenities nearby including the ivy Chelsea Garden, ivy Asia and many more iconic pubs, bars, restaurants, art galleries, retail shops, beauty spas, hairdressers, exercise studios and yoga centres. Every single necessity is taken care of within this are of Chelsea.

Sloane Square, with its internationally renowned boutiques and access to the underground network (District and Circle Lines) is conveniently near-by. Knightsbridge, famous for Harrods and South Kensington tube station are walking distance away. The wide-open spaces of Battersea Park are a short walk across the river and there is a good selection of local transport routes on King's Road providing convenient access to Fulham, Putney and the West End.


Chelsea is an affluent area known for the smart boutiques & high-end restaurants lining busy King's Road. The National Army Museum traces British army history from the 1600s to the present, while the Saatchi Gallery displays contemporary art in the Duke of York's headquarters. The red-coated retired soldiers known as the Chelsea Pensioners run guided tours of their residence, the Royal Hospital Chelsea.

The natural place to start in Chelsea is the shops. This is one of London's most affluent and fashionable neighbourhoods, and the boutiques along the King's Road are as manicured as the residents. Duke of York Square is home to one of Europe's largest Zara stores and other top brands, such as Banana Republic and All Saints. For high-end jewellery and designer clothing take your credit card to Sloane Street, home to Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Prada, Hermes and more.

The shopping isn't limited to clothes either. Lots Road is tucked away off the beaten path and is home to a whole host of top-end antiques dealers and auction houses. The Furniture Cave is a 30,000 square feet antique shop, and there are smaller boutiques such as Bourbon-Hanby Arcade to be discovered.

Chelsea is home to some of London's best restaurants, with Gordon Ramsay's three-Michelin starred eponymous restaurant located on Royal Hospital Road. if you want something a little more laid-back, breakfast spot, VQ, is open 24-hours a day. Elsewhere, Scott Hallsworth's growing empire of up-market oriental eateries Kurobuta and the Gladwin brothers' homegrown Rabbit are well worth queuing for. Football fans will want to grab a table at Marco Grill at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC.

You will never be far away from a drink when in the company of the Chelsea set. Pubs range from the smart (The Hollywood Arms) and the gastro (Malt House, Harwood Arms), to the more old fashioned (Chelsea Potter) and the modern irish (McGettigan's)

The Royal Court Theatre is known as a breeding ground for writing talent, with acclaimed playwrights Mike Bartlett, Richard Bean, Polly Stenham and David Hare, to name just a few, all producing plays for the theatre over the last decade. The theatre is dedicated to new work by home-grown and international talent, meaning a trip results in sometimes challenging, but always fascinating theatre.

Chelsea has always been an artistic hub for London. John Singer Sargent had a studio on Tite Street and the Pre-Raphaelite movement centred on Cheyne Walk and Cheyne Row, which is also where JMW Turner resided upon his death in 1851. Today you can see contemporary art for free at the Saatchi Gallery. The beautiful building is located just off of Sloane Square, completing a neat cultural triangle with the nearby Royal Court Theatre and Cadogan Hall.


* Beds: 1

* Bathrooms 1

* 40 m2 living space

* Massive potential in the rental market

* Stunning views

* Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies

* Close to many excellent bars and restaurants

* Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of London

* Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby

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