The Draycott, 10 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AA | New homes for sale | Savills
807 sq ft(74.97 sq m)
Guide price £2,000,000(€2,348,184)

The Draycott10 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in April 2024
  • Porterage and concierge service by The Draycott Hotel
  • Share of freehold
  • Landmark revival development
  • Stylish common parts and large passenger lift
  • Underground parking by separate agreement

A beautiful two-bedroom apartment tucked away within the historic core of The Draycott.

About this property

  • This beautifully presented apartment is situated behind a beautiful Grade II listed façade with an immaculate refurbished interior.

    The Victorian end of terrace property on Draycott Place is in the ‘Pont Street Dutch' style, a term used to describe the tall gabled façades of this area of Chelsea and Kensington which is reminiscent of the distinctive gables and varied fenestration of Dutch 17th century buildings.

    The flat itself features 807 sq ft of well-organised accommodation. The property opens to a entrance hallway,with a grand reception room with space for a generous dining area, access to a small balcony, and a modern separate kitchen. Two spacious double bedrooms enjoy access to a shower room and bathroom and each feature a wealth of built in storage. The building further benefits from a lift and a concierge.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Annabel's meets Draycott Avenue!

Tom MooreProperty agent

Local information

  • Since the early 18th century, Chelsea has been an enclave of distinctive character and charm, attracting people from the worlds of art, music, fashion and theatre. Its history echoes through the streets combining past and present – forming a beat entirely of its own.
  • Chelsea holds a density of blue plaques unlike anywhere else. Luminaries from the worlds of art, music, fashion and theatre have made this neighbourhood theirs for centuries. Oscar Wilde lived here, so did T.S. Eliot and Mark Twain. Mick Jagger and Mozart. The inventors of both penicillin and James Bond.
  • Chelsea is a neighbourhood of landmarks. Harrods, Michelin House, Albert Bridge, and the legendary Chelsea Arts Club that has for decades been a place to socialise and escape.
  • The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea comprises some of London's most magnificent museums. The Victoria and Albert, the Natural History and Science museums together host a collection of more than four million artefacts.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: B
  • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: TBC
  • Service Charge: £8,816.00pa
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: G