Edith Grove is one of the most picturesque streets of Chelsea. Did you know that also Mick Jagger and Keith Richards used to share a flat here in 1963?
If you are thinking about living in Edith Grove, let’s give a look to this garden flat accommodated just a minute away from the Rolling Stones flat.
This well-presented flat has been recently refurbished to the highest standards, adding a full-customised Kitchen Oak wood floor and the best Italian appliances and marble in the bathrooms.
The property offers modern spacious living accommodation throughout with two double bedrooms located to the rear of the property, two bathrooms, modern open plan reception and kitchen and a large rear garden ideal for entertaining.
The nearest underground stations are Earls Court and Fulham Broadway (Piccadilly and District lines). Motorists can gain access out of London via the A4/M4 with links to Heathrow Airport and the west.
Sold with share of freehold and no onward chain.
WHY LIVING IN EDITH GROVE?
Suitably located for access to the popular bars, restaurants and shops of the Fulham road and King’s Road, the property offered a perfect accommodation for professionals and families willing to enjoy a vibrant community.
In the weekend you can walk to the V&A museum or eat at a Michelin restaurant or take a look at the always amazing Saatchi gallery just in a few minutes.
In the night you can find your way by walk to the Boujis and come back at home quickly and safe.
While you walk in the streets you will notice that the artworks hanging on some walls are changed every week with always more amazing art.
You notice that every first Monday of the month an old man is waking up early in the morning to paint white by his hands the external houses entrance columns and then manually designing the house number black on white in perfect shape.
WHY INVESTING IN EDITH GROVE?
Chelsea market is stable and despite some back turns in the market we expect prices to increase steadily in the next 12 months.
Thanks to a strong demand for rental properties in Chelsea, the rental yield of the property is higher than the London average, reaching 4.40%.