A spacious 6-bedroom family house with garden and garage overlooking the River Thames in one of London‘s most prestigious addresses, Cheyne Walk. Petyt Place is a leafy cul-de-sac with only five houses on Cheyne Walk with spectacular river views. This charming house is on four floors, with parquet flooring, fine art and antiques. Low built, the house is wide with 3,000 + square feet. It is located in Historic Old Chelsea on Cheyne Walk between the Albert and Battersea Bridges. Petyt Place is only a few minutes‘ walk to the King‘s Road, which is renowned for trendy clothes shops, antiques arcades and cutting edge restaurants. Petyt Place is close to many of the best schools in London and the Lycée south of the River. Acres of greenery are found just the other side of the River in Battersea Park. Petyt Place is on the corner of Cheyne Walk and Old Church Street in the heart of historic old Chelsea. Henry VIII‘s palace and the stately mansions of Cardinal Wolsey and Sir Thomas More were situated beside this site. In Tudor times the King and Anne Boleyn and his court travelled here by barges on the River. The Chelsea Old Church at the corner of Petyt Place is one of London‘s oldest churches, ( where Diana the Princess of Wales often attended christenings) This area is steeped in the history recently viewed in the drama Wolf Hall.In more modern times Old Chelsea was famous for the artists and writers such as Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde and Whistler, August John, and Dante Rossetti, who lived and worked here. The Chelsea Arts Club on Old Church St. was a popular hangout for artistic and theatrical figures of Bohemian London. There are prize winning pubs and Michelin starred restaurants nearby. Sloane Square provides easy access to Central London and you are a stone‘s throw from Harrods, Knightsbridge designer boutiques and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Royal Hospital and its gardens are the setting for the Chelsea Flower Show, and many squares near-by have gardens and playgrounds. EPC rating E.