This attractive Georgian house (built circa 1760) has been expertly reconfigured to provide six double bedrooms in the main house, with a lift, and a further two bedrooms in the self-contained mews house which can be directly accessed from the garden, or a subterranean passageway from the main house.
The house benefits from high ceilings throughout and has magnificent reception rooms overlooking the river Thames, set behind a gated front garden and further protected by the Chelsea Embankment communal gardens, with stunning views of Albert Bridge. The ground floor has an ideal family entertaining space with a large dining room to the front and a large eat-in FBC kitchen to the rear with a full width bi-fold doors onto the attractive 55 ft rear garden.
Cheyne Walk is a highly sought-after address made-up of an attractive terrace with some of Chelsea's finest houses; No.23 is one of the few with the rare combination of a large garden and separate accommodation in the mews behind with a double garage. Cheyne walk is ideally situated overlooking the river Thames within 0.4 miles from the King's Road shops and 0.8 miles of the tube station at Sloane Square, with Battersea heliport 1.3 miles away.