Designed to bring the outside in, the courtyard is a central part linking exterior and interior. On the ground floor the main living space, kitchen and dining area wraps around and connects with the courtyard via full height sliding and bi-fold doors. The basement accommodates a media, games and guest bedroom. Two further bedrooms and a master suite are located on upper floors. A sense of privacy and ambient light is achieved through a series of roof lights that highlight, and capture the essence of our contemporary interior design concept and fit out. Luxurious furnishings and home styling by designer Andrew Martin complement the design.
The four, two bed two-bathroom, new build apartments sit behind a retained, and meticulously restored facade overlooking Old Church Street and offer period features alongside contemporary interiors. The floor area was optimised by combining two existing buildings, creating a basement level and building a new mansard floor. As a result, each 455 sq m apartment boasts an entire floor to itself.
Ross Walker-Love, Head of Development at Martin’s Properties, described the townhouses and apartments as "a fantastic modern interpretation of Chelsea townhouses, fit for how we live today. The light filled townhouse space has been designed to adapt to the changing needs of its inhabitants offering maximum flexibility for home working and entertaining. Old Chelsea continues to attract residents who are drawn to the areas discreet streets, which are only moments away from the buzz of the famous King’s Road.”
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