An elegant and grand Grade II listed Freehold five bedroom house situated in this sought after Chelsea address.

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An elegant and grand Grade II listed Freehold five bedroom house situated in this sought after Chelsea address.

This much loved family home has been in the same ownership for 26 years and is well maintained throughout. It is favourably positioned on the preferred western terrace and offers superb light, with excellent volume and proportions. Of particular note, is the impressive first floor drawing room, ideal for the purposes of entertaining.

The property is set back from the road and benefits from a mature and pretty west facing garden at the rear.

Situation

Drayton Gardens was once a "rustic lane", lined with a mix of market gardens and country houses, until more suburban villas began to be built in the early 1800s. The northern half (1-39 and 4-56) formed part of the Day Estate, and was a three-acre field known as Rosehall or Rose Hawe, which the Day family acquired by the marriage in 1743 of Benjamin Day, the son of a wealthy Norwich weaver,to Ann Dodemead, daughter and co-heir of Walter Dodemead of Covent Garden.

It is a well regarded address which sits on the South Kensington and Chelsea borders, and is situated between Old Brompton Road and the Fulham Road. Neighbouring roads include The Boltons, Tregunter Road and Gilston Road which puts it in an ideal position within this revered pocket of Chelsea SW10.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall, Dining room
  • Breakfast room, Kitchen
  • Drawing room, Family room
  • Master bedroom suite
  • Four further bedrooms
  • Two shower rooms
  • Study, Utility room
  • Workshop/storage
  • Cloakroom, Two vaults, Garden
  • EPC rating E

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Ref: WEC150141

Drayton Gardens London SW10

Asking Price
£4,550,000

Ref: WEC150141

Drayton Gardens London SW10

Asking Price
£4,550,000