Located in prime Chelsea on the coveted Cheyne Walk Moorings, this bright and spacious 3 bedroom houseboat is situated within a steel hull and offers a vast amount of accommodation over 2 levels and a wealth of deck space from which to admire the Thames and London skyline. To the upper deck, the houseboat comprises a large reception room leading to a bright and spacious fore-end and south-facing deck. To the lower deck, a modern eat-in Kitchen, large master bedroom, 2 further bedrooms, bathroom suite and ample fore-end storage provide opportunity to alter the space for a multitude of uses. Cheyne Walk Moorings are located adjacent to Battersea Bridge and within close proximity of the Kings Road in Chelsea and the beautiful open spaces of Battersea Park.
Mooring and Licence information: Residential Licence with approximately 2 years remaining
Mooring and Maintenance fees: Approximately £16,000 per annum including utilities (subject to confirmation).
Cheyne Walk is a notably historic road, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. To the East of Cheyne Walk is the Chelsea Physic Gardens initially established by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries in 1673 and home to the oldest garden in Britain specifically growing alpine plants. To the West is a collection of residential houseboats which have been in situ since the 1930s including this houseboat, the Rudyard Kipling. Cheyne Walk is named after William Lord Cheyne whom was the owner of Chelsea manor up until 1712. Notable residents of Cheyne walk, past and present, include Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Thomas Attwood and George Best.
This quirky houseboat offers vast amounts of space, incredible and unparalleled views (in comparison to flats and houses on Cheyne Walk) and an opportunity to purchase in an area that would otherwise often prove too expensive for a lot of buyers. This houseboat will appeal to somebody who is not held by convention and is willing to break the mould to benefit from the grand amount of positives it has to offer.