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Cheyne Walk

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Cheyne Walk

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Bluebellplasnewydd wrote a review Dec 2018
Cardiff, United Kingdom1,196 contributions525 helpful votes
This is a small street with millionaires houses. They are generally well kept but it will not take you long to walk from one end to another. It is best seen as part of a walking tour of Chelsea Embankment and there are many quaint streets away from the river bank. Cheyenne Walk is not really a destination in itself.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Lisa S wrote a review May 2017
New York City, New York337 contributions156 helpful votes
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 unrenovated In the 18th century. I used to love going There because their formal dining room was in the basement of the house and They used to serve on 19th century Plates with 18th century silver flatware. It was amazing, not to mention he was a delightful human being. The gardens are Small but special at each house on this street. Very British. Must see.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Larry G wrote a review Feb 2016
Auburn, California181 contributions70 helpful votes
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 along a pretty tree lined street, this make for a nice, low key (free) afternoon.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Larry G wrote a review Jul 2015
Auburn, California181 contributions70 helpful votes
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 are in the mews where some trees supposedly planted by Elizabeth I are out back. Many famous residents lived in this area (look for the blue round plaques). Mick Jagger #48, Keith Richards #3, Sir Paul Getty #16, George Eliot died here #4. In the area, people like Oscar Wilde #34, James Singer Sargent, and James Whistler lived on "artists row" or Tite Street. A beautiful walk in a very nice area of London.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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BaardF2014 wrote a review Jan 2015
Trondheim, Norway13 contributions
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.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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