Chartwell House, Chelsea Waterfront Drive, Chelsea, London, SW10

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Chartwell House, Chelsea Waterfront Drive, Chelsea, London, SW10

£800GBPPer WeekBritish Pound
 
  • 2
    Bathroom/s
  • 1,180 Sq Ft.
    Interior

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Chartwell House, Chelsea Waterfront Drive, Chelsea, London, SW10

About Chartwell House, Chelsea Waterfront Drive, Chelsea, London, SW10, England

A brand new two bedroom (approx. 1180 sq ft/109.6 sqm) apartment situated on the 2nd floor within this 24 hours security Chelsea Waterfront development located in the heart of Chelsea. Chartwell house has been finished to the highest standards benefitting from Home Automation system incorporating a central touch screen designed to control lighting, heating and cooling system and a fully fitted kitchen with integrated Gaggenau appliances. The apartment comprises a spacious open plan kitchen/ reception with beautiful views of the tranquil gardens and direct views of the river, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, 2nd bedroom and separate family bathroom/ guest cloakroom. Ideally located by Imperial Wharf Station for Overground and Southern lines.
All potential tenants should be advised that in addition to the rent there are other charges which may apply when renting a property listed with Sotheby’s International Realty. Please ask us for more information or visit our tenant charges information page. UK Sotheby’s International Realty is a member of the ARLA Money Protection Scheme and our redress scheme for consumers is The Property Ombudsman.All property measurements are approximate.

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About : Chelsea

The iconic area of Chelsea is one of the most upmarket places to live in London. The King’s Road, best known nowadays for its vast array of shops, was once an exclusive thoroughfare which could only be accessed with permission from Charles II. This air of superiority reigned supreme until the 1960s when it briefly became something of a Bohemian Mecca for hippies and punks, as the streets became populated with kooky clothing boutiques and arty cafes. Now, however, Chelsea has gone back to its roots and the struggling artists have been replaced by the rich and famous.
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Chartwell House, Chelsea Waterfront Drive, Chelsea, London, SW10