Stunning late Georgian house with enormous tranquil garden

Stunning late Georgian house with enormous tranquil garden


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We totally restored our late Georgian house a few years ago, maintaining its distinctive character. We must have one of the largest gardens in this part of London and a huge terrace where we dine al fresco whenever possible. Our local supermarket is on Chelsea's King's Road with all its superb shops and restaurants and Knightsbridge and South Kensington are just a short distance beyond.. We really enjoy the best of both worlds here because we have the buzz of of Chelsea as well as the space and calm of a home close to the river and Battersea Park, with its many sporting diversions and children's activities.
We are perfectly placed to enjoy all the sights, theatres, bars and restaurants with Chelsea a short stroll over the bridge and with great communication links to the rest of central London. We even have the river and I have the luxury of travelling to work by boat, which is also a great way of connecting with Westminster, the South Bank and Tower of London.


More about us

  1. Couple with two boys, aged 7 and 13

  2. Nick works in broadcast journalism and Susan in Magazines

  3. We love design, culture and the big outdoors.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
The Butcher and Grill, The Source and The Ivy on the Kings Road
Cool bars
The Doodle Bar, The Albert and bars on Kings Road
Cozy cafés
Gails, Pain Quotidien, The Butcher and Grill
Retail therapy
The Kings Road and Knightsbridge
Bit of culture
Victoria and Albert Museum/Saatchi Gallery, Science Museum, Natural History Museum
Walks in the park
Battersea Park two mins away plus walks along the river
Spot of exercise
Running or cycling in the park, local gyms
Day tripping
Boat ride up the Thames to Westminster, South Bank and all the must-see sights of central London

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