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This is one of my favorite streets in London

My dear friend who was an Art Dealer And farmer had a home here which I always visited for dinner... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Lisa S
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New York City, New York
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Authors, artists, and wealthy reside along the Thames

Many notables have lived along the street that lines the Thames. From Mick Jaggar at #48, Keith... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2016
Larry G
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17 May 2017
“This is one of my favorite streets in London”
22 Feb 2016
“Authors, artists, and wealthy reside along the Thames”
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Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

My dear friend who was an Art Dealer And farmer had a home here which I always visited for dinner when I came to London,which I used to do frequently. He had one of the most beautiful homes I have ever been in, built and...More

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 23 February 2016 via mobile

Many notables have lived along the street that lines the Thames. From Mick Jaggar at #48, Keith Richards at #3, George Eliot at #4. Henry VIII had a palace from #14 to #26. Sir Paul Getty lived at #16 during the 1980s. A pleasant walk...More

1  Thank Larry G
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Small road bordered on one side by Chelsea Embankment Gardens, a small park, and of the other by buildings of various architectural designs but mostly luxury flats. The only building of interest I noted was Chelsea Old Church with its statue of Sir Thomas More...More

2  Thank Molesey19
Reviewed 7 July 2015

This area is not easy to get to via the Tube. The area once had a palace of Henry the VIII that took up a large part of the street. This was a house taken from Thomas More. The only remaining place of this time...More

Thank Larry G
Reviewed 20 January 2015

A charming street along the Chelsea Embankment with houses that might be a couple of hundred years old with front gardens with a lot of flowers in the summer, I assume. Not so much flowers in January though.

Thank BaardF2014
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