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Get your own Chelsea flower show

Seize your chance to own a classic Chelsea townhouse. “This type of property is rare to the market,” says Nat Wilde of Hamptons International, “as most houses have been converted into apartments.” In fact, the last time a terraced house on Cheyne Place came to the market was in 2007, selling for £6.5 million.

“This is a classic Chelsea townhouse,” says Nat, “it’s got big windows, tons of light and staff or teenager accommodation on the lower-ground floor.” With eight bedrooms, swimming pool, roof terrace and views over the Chelsea Physic Garden – what more could you need?

The current owners refurbished the property about six years ago, excavating the basement for the swimming pool and installing a lift – a useful addition in a seven-storey house.

Fancy a taste of life in Chelsea? It’s yours for a cool £15 million, £12,000 per week to rent or £20,000 per week for a short let.

Hamptons International - 020 7717 5346


Check out the full feature on page 26 of MoveTo London