Whitelands House, Cheltenham Terrace, SW3


Flat in Chelsea, London

Prime Chelsea locationDesirable building24hr portered block with liftsCommunal heating and hot waterResident's communal garden

A bright and spacious one bedroom fourth floor (lift) apartment, in one of Chelsea’s most coveted purpose-built portered blocks (24hr). Comprising a reception room with space to dine, separate kitchen, bathroom, and a substantial bedroom with ample built-in storage, the apartment benefits from views towards Duke of York Square and the Saatchi Gallery. Whitelands House is a well maintained building with communal heating and hot water, and a resident's garden.

Built between 1935-1937, Whitelands House was designed by the renowned architectural practice of Verity and Beverley, acclaimed for their design of cinemas in the UK. Standing in a prime Chelsea location on the Kings Road, in between Cheltenham Terrace and Walpole Street, Whitelands House is close to a wide variety of shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and excellent transport links including Sloane Square under station (Circle and District) only 0.3 miles away.

616 sq. ft

1 floor

Entrance on 3rd+ Floor (with lift)

1 bedroom

1 bathroom

1 reception room

Built in 1935

Good condition

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