Redevelopment of London’s former Chelsea Arts Club
Ian Fleming once wrote that James Bond lived in a home on a ‘little plane tree’d square off the Kings Road’. And now this fashionable road is set to become even more desirable with the unveiling of seven luxury apartments designed by architect Rolfe Judd.
Known as the Chelsea Galleries, the three bed apartments are a mix of new build and a redevelopment of the former Chelsea Arts Club. The project is being completed by CIT, a private equity real estate company.
Due to complete later this year the luxury London apartments will range in size from 2,010 sq ft – 2,800 sq ft and residents will benefit from a range of luxury facilities including concierge services and private car parking. Potential buyers will also have the option of choosing interior designs from a trio of notable designers including Nina Campbell, 1508 and Rachel Winham.
Recognisable for its Dutch gable façade Chelsea Galleries was formally home to The Chelsea Arts Club, before becoming the Art School and then changing to become a gallery. The building’s rich heritage offers potential buyers a chance to buy a slice of Chelsea history.
Previously a private Royal road, The King’s Road, is now home to fashionable boutiques, Michelin starred restaurants and the Saatchi Gallery. London‘s Chelsea itself offers numerous parks, the Hurlingham Club and access to South Kensington, Sloane Square underground stations and Chelsea Bridge that connects to Battersea.
For further information, visit chelsea-galleries.co.uk
Chelsea Bridge image courtesy of VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis
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