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Charles Two Place 22
House
From £3695 p/w
  • 5
  • 3
  • 4
  • Sloane Square 10 MINUTES WALK

A luxurious holiday rental in Chelsea

Charles II Place B, Chelsea, SW3
  • House
  • 1 x Single
  • 2 x Kingsize
  • Bath/hand shower
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Guest cloakroom
  • Shower stall
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • Porter
  • Telephone
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Cooker & Hob
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Gated Community
  • Television
  • Air Conditioning
  • WiFi

Click here  to see the floorplans in high resolution 

A cherished and much cared for immaculate modern home located in a gated secure development behind King's Road. Three floors of sumptuous accommodation, the charm and relaxed elegance flows effortlessly from room to room. The houses in the square are flooded with beautiful colourful window boxes (watered and cared for by the management company).

Large drums of vibrant geraniums, trailing petunias and busy lizzies are dotted around this private square. There is day porter diligently keeping the standards high at Charles II Square. A warm and welcoming vacation home to enjoy with family and friends. Thoughtful attention to every detail reflects a luxury lifestyle that is as classic as it is current. With so much room to manoeuvre, 2 reception room, 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, big comfortable kitchen and outside space everyone has space to breathe.

Lovely artwork and photographs, largely of an equestrian theme, add intriguing relevance. At the heart of this magical Chelsea locale, the atmosphere is exciting, expectant and seeped in fascinating tales. Your local Starbucks, eminently situated close to the entrance to Charles II Square, is the very first UK Starbucks. It was once the office and Studio of Led Zepplin. In 1968 The Chelsea Drugstore opened at the junction of King's Road and Royal Avenue, locals protested vehemently about the hippie style drugstore that was open every day for 16 hours. In 1971 it was closed.

The Rolling Stones sang about the drugstore in their song 'you can't always get what you want.' Today another American business stands on the site, famous for hamburgers.  The Ivy Chelsea Garden, little sister to the renowned ' Ivy' and newly opened at 197 King's Road, is a refined art-filled space with garden terrace and orangery.

Try a pint in The Surprise, a homely pub in Old Chelsea, 6 Christchurch Street, floral sofas, silver tankard display, food and good beers. Stroll to the Saatchi Gallery, the incomparable John Sandoe bookshop, Chelsea Green and the Duke of Yorks pedestrianised shopping area, as the locals say, it's all in a Chelsea day!

(The family room can have a 'z' bed to sleep a 6th guest.)