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Raising Walton Street

Six storey Chelsea house for sale for 268% more than it sold for in 2007

 

Last sold for a total of £5,025,000 million ($6,668,000 or €5,936,000) in 2007, 37–39 Walton Street in Chelsea was formed by the merger of two townhouses that has created an 6,294 square foot home complete with the addition of a two level iceberg basement extension.

 

Offered for sale now for £18,500,000 ($25,550,000 or €21,854,000) after a lengthy renovation, the six storey house has not only five bedroom suites but also a media room, a lift and a mechanised rising floor that converts a swimming pool into a large entertaining room.

 

Situated directly next to The Enterprise bar and restaurant, the house is being marketed by Strutt & Parker.

 

Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The swimming pool is a multi-functional space with a mechanised rising floor that turns the room into a large entertaining room
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The sauna
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The dining room
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The kitchen
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The master bedroom
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
A lift connects four of the six floors
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
The garden
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
One of two terraces
Raising Walton Street – 37–39 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 – Price rise from £5,025,000 to £18,500,000 – Strutt & Parker
There is also off-street parking to the rear

 

 

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Comments

5 comments on “Raising Walton Street”

  1. The interior design is very stripped back and lacks character. I don’t think it’s small but the kitchen looked more like a dressing room! I hate when rooms in a house don’t look distinctive enough to shout kitchen etc. The back garden is “cute” and green. Good about the garage though. I don’t think it is worth that price as I don’t think any house prices in London are worth as much as their asking price!

  2. I can’t think of another place to write my comment but please ask your readers to remember those who died at the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. There’s a memorial service in the Queen Elizabeth ll September 11 Memorial Garden later this morning.

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