Communal areas - not any more?

From the art deco entrance on the ground floor and throughout the further three floors, there is a wealth of beautiful Edwardian art deco artifacts, some really beautiful double oak doors on each floor with traditional copper panelled windows, soft and warming Tiffany lighting, an abundance of magnificent plants and topiary, which all adds to the quality of life and peace and quiet enjoyed by the residents of the three flats on each landing.

You're reading what it was before the monkeys took over the monastery.....

"… you must remember this?"

The  Nine Residences

Artworks top floor - sometimes only though to detract renters...!

Chelsea was and indeed still is the most fashionable, artistic and bohemian village in London, albeit now an expensive one but retains its heritage as a magnet for the trendy, contemporary and imaginative residents. As such, Mitre House maintains that tradition with many impressive contemporary and modern works of art beautifully exhibited throughout the whole building, including Joe Tilson, Richard Hamilton, Alan Jones, Bob Carlos Clarke, Pat Nagel and Adrian George to name but a few.

Ground Floor - like a morgue!

You will enter Mitre House from 124 Kings Road under the deco archway through two beautiful light oak double front doors with lovely brass furniture. Once inside through yet another set of oak glass panelled double doors it is a few steps along the grey terrazzo flooring beneath magnificent champagne alabaster pendant lights to the semi art nouveau elevator or climb the terrazzo staircase to the upper three floors, all with well positioned plants & topiary