• Chelsea
  • From £800 per night

On a handsome street in one of London’s most sought-after postcodes, urbane interiors play out across a striking two-bedroom apartment.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Pediment-topped windows, white stucco accents and a turret with a green, patinaed roof characterise this quintessential redbrick terrace in Chelsea. Set on the first floor, eye-catching interventions serve to highlight the timeless elegance of a design-led home.

An arched doorway, a shape repeated throughout, leads into the open-plan kitchen and reception room. This convivial space combines pristine finishes and considered furnishings to produce a refined feel. A large, southwest-facing bay window is generous with natural light, illuminating period proportions, soaring bespoke joinery and an ultramodern fireplace. A comfortable seating area is optimised for entertaining with bouclé armchairs. During quieter moments, grab a book from the home library and relax into a handmade leather seat. 

Hardwood flooring flows into an eat-in kitchen with dark, minimalistic cabinetry and stone worktops. Integrated appliances and an undermount sink make for clean lines and minimal fuss. Prepare a meal on the sleek glass hob then dine on banquette seating in the snug. 

A sense of tranquillity has been created within the principal bedroom suite. Neutral tones adorn fitted wardrobes and a bright study area, framed by an expansive window. A marble-clad en suite bathroom features textural wall tiles, modern fittings and a bathtub with an integrated shower.

The guest bedroom enjoys a calming palette. A generous bay makes for a cosy corner while an oval window adds a sense of distinction. One further bathroom benefits from brushed bronze accents, a sculptural countertop basin and a walk-in rainfall shower.
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    A gallery of distinguished design

    Characterised by fine finishes and Mid-Century furniture, the open-plan living area is satisfyingly symmetrical with bespoke joinery and thoughtful spatial considerations.

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    Serene sleeping spaces

    High ceilings, neutral tones and considered touches, such as integrated reading lights, unite the two bedrooms.

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    A historical setting

    Nestled within a redbrick terrace, the exterior is adorned with a blue plaque commemorating former resident The Earl Jellicoe – the Admiral of the Fleet.

About the area

Draycott Place is a regal street in Chelsea moments from the area’s bustling hotspots.

Within one minute’s walk, you’ll find Michelin-starred restaurant The Five Fields. A brief stroll will take you past two more. Head to Sloane Square and dine at famed French bistro The Colbert. Alternatively, make a bid for the boutiques of The King’s Road. Duke of York Square and the Saatchi Gallery are also both just two minutes’ walk from your front door.

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