- Reception Room
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Three En Suite Bathrooms
- Separate Cloakroom
- Under Floor Heating and Air Conditioning Throughout
- 24 Hour Security and Concierge
- Landscaped Gardens
- Tennis Court and Gym
- Swimming Pool
A well presented three bedroom apartment located on the first floor of Mathison House in the prestigious development of Kings Chelsea.
This beautiful apartment with south facing balcony, comprises 1,441 sq. ft (133.9 sq.m) of living space. The spacious hallway leads through the property to a spacious and bright reception room with double doors opening onto a south facing balcony. The double aspect south and west facing reception room has been well fitted out with two built in shelving cabinets providing excellent storage.
In addition, there is a fully fitted kitchen which has been upgraded from the original specification, and three double bedrooms which all benefit from en suite bathrooms. All bathrooms have also been recently upgraded. The master bedroom has double doors opening out onto the balcony, a walk in shower, double sinks and a large storage cupboard. There is also a separate cloakroom and hall storage as you enter the apartment. Please note the third bedroom is currently being used as a dining room.
The property has under floor heating and air conditioning throughout. There is ample storage which provides a spacious and a perfect family home.
One car parking space and one storage unit are also included.
Kings Chelsea is ideally located between Fulham Road and Kings Roads in Chelsea, with numerous shops and restaurants, as well as rail, tube, bus and river boat transport links within walking distance.
This gated development offers a variety of amenities including a large swimming pool, a well equipped gymnasium, tennis court, car parking, landscaped gardens as well as providing a secure living environment with 24 hour security and porterage (including a parcel safe room).
Royal Borough of Kensington And Chelsea, Band G
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