An outstanding one-bedroom apartment, situated in a well maintained mansion Chelsea mansion block
Chesil Court is an iconic Modernist block built in 1938 in Art Deco style. The apartment has an instant sense of arrival; formerly belonging to Harry Fowler, the newspaper boy scouted by a Hollywood film studio in the 1940's who became a national treasure, it has recently been subject to an incredibly thorough and sympathetic refurbishment, where possible, retaining many of the original features such as the iron bath and marble surround, radiators, fireplace and Chesil Court clock. The rainforest wallpaper in the bedroom is Parisian from a 1930's print by Madeleine Castaing, and gave inspiration for the peacock-blue silk black-out curtains and silk leopard print carpet that runs throughout. The property benefits from a South facing balcony with views over the communal gardens
Chesil Court is a well-known 1930s mansion block conveniently situated just south of the Kings Road. Located at the bottom of Chelsea Manor Street, opposite Cheyne Gardens, the address is very quiet and yet only a short walk from the hustle and bustle of the Kings Road, with all the shops, bars and restaurants it has to offer. The green open spaces of Battersea Park, accessed over Albert bridge, are a short walk away.
The nearest underground station is Sloane Square (Circle and District Line) which is situated just under a mile away. There is also the benefit of the River Taxi to Blackfriars, the City and Canary WharfRead all
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