Chelsea Island, Chelsea, 1 Harbour Avenue, London, SW10

Guide price £2,700,000

3 bedroom Apartment, new homes

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Leasehold

  • 3
  • 3
  • 1

Ref no: ALB200073

Key Features
  • Communal Garden
  • Balcony
  • Porter
  • Upper Floor with Lift
  • Flat/Apartment
  • Leasehold
  • View EPC Rating
Description
An elegant and timeless yet effortlessly modern development in the perfect Chelsea location.

Designed by world-renowned architects Arney Fender Katsalidis, Chelsea Island is a celebration of understated, quintessentially British style which includes 92 classically-proportioned apartments in one of London’s most prominent and sought-after addresses


Chelsea Island has been carefully designed with every detail in mind, including generous proportions and large feature windows which create an abundance of natural light. Residents will enjoy the engaging living spaces and exclusive use of the gymnasium, concierge and expansive
private gardens - which include a stunning sixth-floor rooftop garden created by celebrated couture floral designer, Neill Strain.

Location

An enticing route of retail and entertainment delights, King’s Road is easily accessible from Chelsea Island and runs through the heart of Chelsea. It encompasses the contemporary arts of the Saatchi Gallery near Sloane Square, and effortlessly embraces the wild side of World’s End; cruising sinuously westwards to become the New King’s Road, where some of London’s best antique shops and art galleries offer a wealth of classic and contemporary objets d’art. Chelsea and its upmarket neighbours offer a choice of some of London’s finest restaurants, as well as elevated café-bars and down-to-earth local pubs. Above all, there is the River Thames – and for those who live at Chelsea Island, it provides spectacular panoramic views, carved from the burnished skies of bright, vibrant Chelsea.

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The local area

About Chelsea

Chelsea is an affluent area of south-west London, with the River Thames to the south running from Chelsea Bridge along the Chelsea Embankment, Cheyne Walk, Lots Road and Chelsea Harbour. To the north you will find Knightsbridge and Brompton.

Chelsea’s exclusivity arises from its rich cultural history, excellent housing stock, and enviable position near the heart of the capital.