• Chelsea
  • From £700 per night

A lesson in considered, contemporary design. This two-bedroom apartment is a peaceful springboard to the well-heeled streets of Chelsea.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Behind a red-brick façade lies a two-bedroom lateral apartment, where stylish interventions and modern appliances make a feature of Draycott Place’s handsome period heritage. 

Ascend to the building’s fourth floor, where grey carpets draw you into the open-plan living space, thoughtfully-zoned between dining and sitting areas. The home is crafted with a pared-back palette of pale walls and smooth marble surfaces, echoing the refined elegance of its Chelsea neighbourhood. The adjacent kitchen is a streamlined affair, with charcoal-toned cabinetry framing high-spec integrated appliances.  

Past a quiet study space, reach the calming master bedroom. Soft light pours through two sash windows, affording an atmosphere that uplifts as it soothes. There’s integrated storage to store treasured pieces. Next door, a guest bedroom continues the neutral tones seen in the master. Two bathrooms, featuring rainfall showers and parquet marble tiles, are sophisticated settings in which to refresh.  
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    Convivial layout

    A tailor-made environment for hosting, between the comfortable sofas and inviting dining table.

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    Marble features

    From the fireplace to the shower rooms and kitchen worktops, the lustrous surfaces are thoroughly stylish.

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    Coveted London postcode

    Previously the veritable playground for creative prodigies like Oscar Wilde, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and J.M.W. Turner, this Victorian citadel is steeped in history.

About the area

A cosmopolitan neighbourhood set in stylish west London, Chelsea vaunts architecturally-esteemed properties, world-renowned shopping and coveted restaurants.

With Sloane Square and the King’s Road just moments from your doorstep, Draycott Place is set to enjoy the best of its postcode’s offerings. Head to Granger & Co. or Ottolenghi for brunch, followed by an art-filled afternoon at the Saatchi Gallery, Gagliardi Gallery or Box Gallery. The area is known for its blooming floral displays at the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show; brighten your home with bouquets from The Flower Stand and Chelsea Wild. Take a long walk down the Chelsea Embankment, before enjoying a Michelin-star meal at Elystan Street or The Harwood Arms.   

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