This is a peaceful little corner of Chelsea but within minutes you can access all this vibrant city has to offer; here are just a few of things that may take your fancy.....
Go for a morning stroll in the lovely green space of Westfield Park, which is less than a minute away... Kick your heels through the leaves and you are directly on Kings Road with its legendary shops and nightlife. Alternatively start your day with a walk along the river, coffee in hand, at Chelsea Harbour. For the more energetic go running along the Embankment; the Thames is less than 5 mins away. Browse the amazing interior design and antiques shops for which this part of Chelsea is known. The Chelsea Design Centre is less than 5 mins walk.
There are great transport connections here - a 10 min bus ride will take you to Sloane Square tube station where you can pick up the District & Circle Line and access the West End, the City etc . Hop on the 325 bus and you are at High Street Kensington in 15 mins, Notting Hill in 20 mins.... The C3 bus on the other hand will get you to Earls Court in under 10 mins.
Imperial Wharf Station is less than 5 min away in just one stop you visit an exhibition at Olympia or change at Clapham Junction and catch one of the frequent connections to Gatwick Airport or Brighton. So the world really is your Oyster card!
The fashionista will not want to miss out on Sloane Street & Knightsbridge .... Harrods, Harvey Nichols and every Designer imaginable .....
And the football fan may visit close by Stamford Bridge.....
If history is more your thing, this is an excellent base from which to reach the Natural History Museum, the V&A ,The Tate Modern - all within 30 mins bus or tube.
If you love the theatre hop on a bus to cutting edge Royal Court on Sloane Square or black cab it to The West End.
The foodie will not be disappointed - Dotted around you you will find Gordon Ramsay's 3 Michelin star restaurant, The River Cafe, La Famiglia, Chutney Mary etc etc. Lovely Farmers Markets and great little Chelsea pubs offering cosy bar meals.
Live like a Londoner catch a water taxi to the city...see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from the Water.
Or you can have a drink and read a book in the local pub.
And if you still have the energy hit the world famous nightspots in walking distance .... 606 club, 515, Embargo 59