Cheyne Walk is one of London's most sought after addresses; a terrace of elegant 18th Century houses overlooking the River Thames and Battersea Park to the south, it is shielded from Chelsea Embankment by communal gardens at the front.
This house is particularly well located to enjoy an outlook across Albert Bridge, an impressive daytime sight and spectacular in the evening when floodlit.
Kings Road is a nearby, as well as Sloane Square, providing all the amenities, boutiques, cafes and culture that is synonymous with Prime Central London living.
Transport hubs ranging from Victoria Station to Battersea Heliport are all convenient as is access to routes west via the A4, M4 motorway and Heathrow Airport.
A grade II listed townhouse, overlooking the river that has been extensively refurbished and interior designed by Fiona Barratt-Campbell to create an elegant and substantial London home.
Comprising a total of six bedroom suites, the main house is arranged over 5 floors and is connected to a valuable Mews house via a subterranean passageway. The first floor of the house provides a traditional reception room, spanning the whole floor with exceptional views to the front, facing south on to the River Thames, and taking in the full profile of the Chelsea's spectacular Albert Bridge.
A passenger lift serves all principal floors and the house features a significant specification and contemporary style that balances modern living with the quintessential period character of such a historic property.
A wonderful dining room and open plan Boffi kitchen, with bi-folding doors that spread the width of the building, and open to an impressive private garden of approximately 55'.
With secure gated access from the front, a walled garden and further protection provided by the mews house at the rear, this is a private and secure house that offers discretion and a sense of tranquility throughout.