Historic yet dynamic, sensitive and refined, two local icons exclusively transformed into unique, contemporary developments.

  • The King's Library Chelsea

    The King’s Library was built in 1908 in an engaging Edwardian style, with a wealth of large feature windows set into the brick façade to illuminate the interiors within. The essential character of this distinguished building has been preserved and enhanced, while the generous scale and proportions of its interiors offer a selection of 18 bespoke homes rich in both living space and natural light.

  • The Apartments

    Discover 18 sophisticated Edwardian apartments, which have been individually designed by Robin Partington & Partners Architects. These luxury apartments draw inspiration from timeless 19th century architectural style, while being custom designed for contemporary city living.

  • The Houses

    Two prestigious townhouses offering an engaging combination of history and contemporary luxury living. These beautifully tailored and highly individual luxury homes sit within a converted 1840s chapel, which was originally designed by Edward Blore, the architect of Buckingham Palace.

  • The Apartments
  • The King's Hall, CGI
  • St John’s House, CGI

Reviving the library

The King’s Library unites contemporary design with large open plan living, idiosyncratic terraces, galleries and high ceilings. Over five levels, there are two, three and four-bedroom apartments, some residences, The King’s Hall and the King’s Penthouse are spectacular 5-bedroom residences occupying whole floors. These apartments have breathtaking views across the gardens of King’s Chelsea.

The Kings Libary features a beautifully furnished show apartment available for viewing and dressed by Helen Green design. Register your interest to book a viewing.



A gated scheme of two unique, trophy houses complete with underground leisure facilities, private off-street parking, landscaped gardens and interiors by leading interior designers.

These exquisite chapel residences situated in Chelsea are currently under construction and are coming soon. Register your interest to receive more information.

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Served by nearby tube, overground and Thames clippers river boat services, The King’s Library collection offers easy access to many of the capital’s major attractions and transport hubs. Ideally located between some of London’s most desirable areas, numerous parks, restaurants, bars and shopping districts are just a short walk away.

Hortensia Road, Chelsea, London SW10

  • Bars
  • Museums
  • Restaurants & Cafes
  • Shopping
  • Sights & Attractions
  • Theatre & Music
  • Wellbeing
  • Chelsea

    From the fashion revolution of the 1960s King’s Road to the sophistication and luxury brands of today’s Sloane Street, Chelsea remains a retail paradise.

  • Chelsea

    Chelsea sits at the creative heartland of London, occupying a key position for history, design and architecture.

  • Chelsea

    Chelsea invented the Arts Club which delivers its own idiosyncratic colour to the neighbourhood, whilst parks and gardens provide quiet havens behind the busy thoroughfares.

  • Knightsbridge

    With Harrods and Harvey Nichols close to hand, definitive department store shopping is only a stone’s throw away.

  • Duke of York Square, Chelsea

    The King’s Library is carefully weaved amongst Chelsea’s shops and galleries in a myriad of bars, restaurants and cafés.

  • Chelsea

    The eclectic social culture of Chelsea is enjoyed all year round with its breadth of shopping and range of restaurants.

  • Battersea Park

    The parks and green spaces of Kensington and Chelsea are among its greatest delights, including Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as Chelsea Physic Garden and just across the river sits stunning Battersea Park.

  • The King's Road, Chelsea

    The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea also offers one of the most tempting celebrations of world cuisine anywhere in the capital and an extraordinary concentration of renowned restaurants and boutique food markets.

  • The Kings Road, Chelsea

    Chelsea is served by a broad range of cafés, delis, characterful pubs and coffee houses, with something to suit all tastes.

  • Knightsbridge

    The King’s Library is placed right in the heart of London’s art scene, with the Saatchi Gallery at The Duke of York’s Headquarters on the King’s Road, complemented by many other leading independent galleries across Chelsea, Kensington and Knightsbridge.

  • The King’s Road, Chelsea

    The King’s Road retains its iconic importance as a landmark retail fashion promenade, complemented by the stores of Duke of York Square and Sloane Street, offering world renowned brands such as Tom Ford, Chanel, Joseph, Prada, Giorgio Armani and countless others.

  • Battersea Bridge

    The Thames itself remains one of Chelsea’s chief delights with prime views of Cremorne gardens on the north bank and Battersea park to the south.



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