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pleasant London Beaufort Street IV luxury apartment
charming London Beaufort Street IV luxury apartment and vacation rental
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cozy sitting room of London Beaufort Street IV luxury apartment
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London - Beaufort Street IV

1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
0 m²
Min 4 nights


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370 €per night
7 669 €per month
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Description

This lovely Beaufort Street apartment is a single-bedroom, single-bathroom home in Chelsea, an affluent area in South West London, on the banks of the River Thames. It sits in a vivacious neighborhood within reach of the National Army Museum, Royal Brompton Hospital, and Ranelagh Gardens.

The vacation rental reflects subtle sophistication, with its walls painted cream and furnishings upholstered in earth-toned fabric. The sitting area has a fireplace to keep winter days and night toasty and terrific. The dining area by the window seats two, and the kitchen is a minimalist adventure with modern equipment and fixtures. The bedroom is an immaculate-white wonder with a large bed, nightstand, wardrobe, chest of drawers, and an en-suite bathroom that boasts a tub.

Step out the door and you will see the road lined with places to eat, drink, be merry, or unwind. There are bookshops and cafés, plus cobblestone streets where people enjoy brisk walking and jogging. Stroll southward and cross the bridge to get to Inner London’s historic Battersea Park, which has more than 80 hectares of green wonderland, sculptures, memorials, and fresh air.

Closest tube stations: South Kensington, a 1500-meter ride northward, and Sloane Square Underground station, a 5-minute ride westward.
This lovely Beaufort Street apartment is a single-bedroom, single-bathroom home in Chelsea, an affluent area in South West London, on the banks of the River Thames. It sits in a vivacious neighborhood within reach of the National Army Museum, Royal Brompton Hospital, and Ranelagh Gardens.

The vacation rental reflects subtle sophistication, with its walls painted cream and furnishings upholstered in earth-toned fabric. The sitting area has a fireplace to keep winter days and night toasty and terrific. The dining area by the window seats two, and the kitchen is a minimalist adventure with modern equipment and fixtures. The bedroom is an immaculate-white wonder with a large bed, nightstand, wardrobe, chest of drawers, and an en-suite bathroom that boasts a tub.

Step out the door and you will see the road lined with places to eat, drink, be merry, or unwind. There are bookshops and cafés, plus cobblestone streets where people enjoy brisk walking and jogging. Stroll southward and cross the bridge to get to Inner London’s historic Battersea Park, which has more than 80 hectares of green wonderland, sculptures, memorials, and fresh air.

Closest tube stations: South Kensington, a 1500-meter ride northward, and Sloane Square Underground station, a 5-minute ride westward.


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Amenities

Kitchen : Dishwasher, Freezer, Kettle, Oven, Refrigerator, Stove, Toaster
Bathrooms : Hair Dryer, Shower
Featured : Internet (Wifi), Maid/Housekeeping (Stays 7+ days - 1 Complimentary Cleaning)
Laundry Room : Iron & Ironing Board, Washer
Livingroom : Stereo/Sound System, TV


Neighborhood

This quaint apartment is situated on vibrant Beaufort Street in Chelsea, an upscale area of South West London, once the address of Irish poet-playwright Oscar Wilde, Anglo-Irish satirist Jonathan Swift, and several other notable people. The neighborhood is on the banks of the River Thames, and it has countless attractions around. Places of interest include the National Army Museum and the Ranelagh Gardens. It is also a few minutes’ leisurely walk away from Inner London, home of the wondrous Battersea Park, the enlightening public research university Royal College of Art, the empowering Royal Academy of Dance, and more shopping and eating havens.


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