We only take on refurbished and new homes with an exceptional standard of workmanship and we provide the highest level of after-care.
Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea SW1W
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643 sq ft
1 shower room
1 Living area
A colourfully interior designed apartment that feels bright and spacious.
The apartment is located in the heart of Chelsea and enjoys fantastic transport links from Sloane Square underground as well as the many shops and amenities on King’s Road, including attractions such as the Saatchi Gallery.
The Cuvelo Promise
Home-buyers from around the world trust us because (unlike other agents) we take responsibility for the beautifully refurbished homes that we source, and we back this up with an exclusive Cuvelo one-year warranty*.
We only ever take on homes with an exceptional standard of workmanship, fittings and interior design, and we take pride in providing the highest level of after-care.
Sloane Square is a small hard-landscaped square on the boundaries of the central London districts of Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Chelsea, located 1.8 miles southwest of Charing Cross, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The bulk of Chelsea, especially the east end more local to Sloane Square, is architecturally and economically similar to South Kensington, Belgravia, St James's, and Mayfair. The largely retail at ground floor Kings Road with its design and interior furnishing focus intersects at Sloane Square the residential, neatly corniced and dressed façades of Sloane Street leading from the Victoria Embankment promenade to the small district of Knightsbridge. On the northern side of the square is the Sloane Square Hotel.
Estates on all sides are made up of ornate, luxuriously furnished private apartments set behind railings — a minority of these remain combined to form large townhouses, primarily in amongst those of rows of not more than four storeys. Gothic, classical and Edwardian architecture mix; the area has grown piecemeal, including in infill, under strict character and aesthetic demands of local urban planning. Elements of almost every street were reinstated, in similar style, after the London Blitz.