Architecturally and interior design-led living comes to Chelsea complete with gardens and state-of-the-art appliances, at the prestigious Ashburnham Mansions. Discover a fully renovated three-bedroom apartment in the heart of Chelsea, tucked back from the fashionable Kings Road, at Number 38, Ashburnham Mansions. Stripped back to brick, this home has been lovingly and diligently redeveloped, replete with brand new pipes, cabling, plumbing, plastering, flooring and even insulation. OWNER QUOTE: €Everything is brand new, it€s been a complete renovation.€ Beyond the handsome and historic red brick façade of Ashburnham Mansions, est. 1896, character and contemporary combine. Park up at the rear where private parking is available for residents. From here, cross the private garden where there is direct access into Number 38 from the rear door € handy when returning home with groceries. From the front of the building, take the imposing main entrance in, continuing along the well-maintained communal corridor to arrive at the front door to Number 38. Welcome home. Step through onto the oak floor of the long, spacious, `L€-shaped entrance hallway, providing a passing view through the open door leading out to the garden at the end. A space-saving and stylish vertical radiator ensures the hallway is draught free, even on the chilliest of winter mornings. Wall-hung, there are no awkward pipes to clean around. Light suffuses the space as inset spotlighting, reflected by whitewashed walls, dispels darkness. A handy closet is available, ideal for storing small items, bags or shoes or hanging your coat. Further along the corridor on the left is additional storage including a wardrobe, useful for clunkier objects like an ironing board, with a drawer perfect for stashing a vacuum cleaner. Dual connection points allow for this expansive hallway to be illuminated by the flick of a switch at either end. The full redesign of the apartment gave full consideration to the addition of those often-overlooked features, which make life so much simpler. Continue along the turn in the hallway, and through a door on the right which leads into the open-plan kitchen-living room. Designed for sociable living, the free-flowing space here promotes togetherness, with plenty of space for moments of seclusion when desired. Cook up a feast for family and friends in this bespoke, designer kitchen € the attractive 6 to 8-seater dining table beckons you to do so. Every foodie€s dream, a large dual fuel Range cooker stands prominently to the far end of the kitchen, beneath a stylish extractor hood. Featuring a seven-burner gas hob, conventional oven and grill, multifunction main oven, fanned second oven and dedicated slow cook oven, no meal is out of reach with this kingly cooker at your service. Floor to ceiling cupboards provide an abundance of storage space, their handcrafted design accommodating a large American style Bosch fridge-freezer. One of the few apartments in the Ashburnham Mansions to receive its water supply directly from the mains and not the tank system supplying the mansion, enjoy crystal clear, ice and water. Other integrated appliances include a wine chiller and dishwasher. Feature lighting, both on the ceiling above and the under-cupboard lighting below, provides an ambient atmosphere, light reflecting in the glossy finish of the kitchen units. Underfloor heating warms the Versailles-style tiles underfoot, transmuting to the oak flooring which continues into the open-plan lounge. Bringing instant warmth and cheer, particularly on winter nights, is the gas fire, set within an original marble surround. Recessed within the alcoves to either side are bespoke book cases and storage cupboards; a productive use of space. Feature lighting cascades illumination down from above the bay windows, ideal for a spot of reading.