1 bed apartment in the heart of Chelsea, off the King's Road. Sleeps up to 4.
This 1 bed apartment sits in the heart of Chelsea, a 5 minute walk from the Sloane Square tube and just off the King's Road.
South-west facing, this lower ground floor apartment benefits from lots of sunlight through the large windows at the front of the house. The living room has comfortable seating with a sofa and armchair, TV, many interesting books and a large dining table. The sofa unfolds into a sofa bed which can either accommodate a single adult or 2 children under 10 years old.
The bedroom has a double bed, built-in wardrobe and bed-side tables. The sleeping arrangements are relatively flexible as the double bed can be pulled apart into 2 single beds. It's nicely decorated with quality bedding and colourful prints on the wall.
The bathroom has a bath (and shower fitting overhead), loo, bidet and a large mirror.
The galley kitchen is equipped with fridge, electric oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher and ample amounts of cupboard space.
There's a washing machine tucked tidily away in a cupboard in the entrance hall, useful for longer stays.
You can't beat this apartment for its location! Find yourself just footsteps away from boutique shopping and the King's Road cafe culture, with award-winning bars and restaurants... and just minutes from Sloane Square.
This is an ideal spot for guests looking to stay right in the centre of one of the top postcodes in London at an affordable rate!
Area Description: "Chelsea is an upmarket neighbourhood equivalent to that of New York's Upper East Side or the 16th arrondissement of Paris, with stylish and unique homes to match. It is a wealthy area of London that overlooks the River Thames from Chelsea Bridge near Battersea, right along the Chelsea Embankment to Chelsea Harbour, a perfect spot for a romantic evening with its many restaurants and bars.
The most famous street in the area is the King's Road, which takes its name from the time it was Charles II's private thoroughfare, and is one of the Capital's most popular streets with a good variety of shops and cafes to explore. At the North East end, you'll find Sloane Square which also has many high end shops, such as Tiffany & Co. and Hugo Boss as well as the impressive Saatchi Gallery at the Duke of York's Square. The King's Road is home to many fine dining restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay, Hache, Tom's Kitchen and The Bluebird, which is often noted as the place to be seen in Chelsea.
This area oozes elegance and a luxury lifestyle, and would be a recommended choice for both families and couples looking for a highly memorable city break."