About this property
One of only eleven houses in the development, number seven is one of the largest and sits prominently in the centre of the courtyard, leading directly into the landscaped communal gardens. This property presents an opportunity to acquire a piece of local history. The property was original built in the late 19th century by the reverend Derwent Coleridge as part of a college to supply well trained teachers to teach the masses. The college was later merged with King’s College London, part of University of London.
Completed in 2003, the Kings Chelsea development was renowned for its high specification and amenities including secure parking (available by separate negotiation), residents gym, spa and swimming pool. In addition, there is a tennis court and 24 hour security and concierge services.
The accommodation for number 7 is versatile and will appeal to any party seeking a substantial home that balances scale and elegance with discretion and privacy.
The house includes air cooling, a private patio and a wonderful sense of natural light throughout. The vast wall spaces provide a wonderful opportunity to proudly display a fine art collection.
The accommodation comprises a reception room, dining room, kitchen, five double bedrooms, five en suite bathrooms, guest cloakroom plus a spacious loft space.
- Coleridge Square sits within the renowned Kings Chelsea development at 552 Kings Road; A location that is recognised for its convenience and accessibility sitting between Kings Road and Fulham Road and at the junction for Lots Road which links to Cheyne Wallk and Chelsea Embankment.
- The River Thames, Stamford Bridge, Parsons Green are all within a short distance and these destinations coupled with the auction houses, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and bars that are so synonymous with ‘Chelsea lifestyle’, make this a highly desirable and sought after location that appeals to our traditional domestic buyers as much as those we see from overseas.
- Local amenities and transport connections are also convenient with the nearest underground station being found
- at Fulham Broadway, there are services from Imperial Wharf
- station which connects to the London over-ground
- network and national rail services.