Look around the address of 007 himself, James Bond

Peek inside the address of Hollywood’s most famous MI6 agent…

He’s one of the most famous secret agents in history, and now you have the chance to buy a home at James Bond’s fictional Chelsea address.

This is the plush London townhouse on the street where 007 himself is said to have lived in Ian Fleming’s classics.

With just a brief glimpse inside this stunning Royal Avenue property it is easy to see why the ultra-suave character would have relaxed here when he wasn’t gaining his licence to kill.

This magnificent five-bedroom Grade II listed house is located on the desirable western terrace and was refurbished to an incredible standard; integrating period elegance with innovate, exacting design.

But it doesn’t come cheap. This five-floor property will set you back £6.85 million.

Located on a prime Chelsea square, the house offers a classic first floor drawing room with beautiful high ceilings and views over Royal Avenue, providing generously proportioned accommodation.

The well-balanced property also boasts open plan living areas, a kitchen/breakfast room, a master bedroom with an en-suite and four other bedrooms. It also comes with two terraces and a courtyard.

The building historically designed by Sir Christopher Wren on behalf of William III in the 1690’s as part of a proposed carriageway linking the Royal Hospital to Kensington Palace.

It is ideally situated just off the King’s Road, within an easy walk of Sloane Square and Sloane Street and located around the corner from the beautiful open grounds and tennis courts of Burton Court, to which an incoming purchaser will have access for a fee by separate arrangement with the Royal Hospital.

The property is listed for sale with Strutt & Parker.


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