Westerly Facing Reception Room
Seperate Utility Room
Moments from the Kings Road
Close to Sloane Square Underground
Story of the Home
Located in the heart of Chelsea on a quiet residential side street, Cadogan Court is a wonderful example of Edwardian architecture.
This penthouse apartment is accessed via lift. There are three large double bedrooms which are positioned away from the entertaining space. All three bedrooms have access to en-suite bathrooms and enjoy roof top views towards Knightsbridge and central London.
The large double aspect kitchen is 32 ft long, this versatile space doubles up a family area with enough room for a dining table, desks and additional storage. The spacious reception room is extremely bright and has access to a balcony with south westerly views across Chelsea and towards Battersea Park.
Just a few minutes’ walk is the Kings Road, once the heart of 1960s swinging London, this area is steeped in history and culture.Further back in time, the road was once owned by King Charles II, to travel between London and Hampton Court. Today, it is now a world-famous shopping destination.
The Saatchi Gallery, is a short stroll away through Duke of York Square. The square also hosts an open-air fine food market every Saturday between 10am – 4pm, offering up artisanal and local produce.
Other local dining institutions include La Famigilia, Bluebird, Scalini’s and The Five Fields.
Within a short walk from Cadogan Court there are some wonderful parks and green spaces including the Chelsea Embankment Gardens, Chelsea Physic Garden, and on Chelsea Embankment is the Royal Hospital, the location of the Chelsea Flower Show.
Harrods, Walton Street and Brompton Road are all close by providing world class boutiques and restaurants.
The area is also home to some of the best schools in the UK including Hill House on Hans Place, Sussex House on Cadogan Square and Francis Holland on Graham Terrace.
Sloane Square underground station is nearby (District & Circle Lines), as is South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines).
"Just a few minutes’ walk is the Kings Road, once the heart of 1960s swinging London, this area is steeped in history and culture."