Chenil House - PAYE
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Chenil House

Chenil House

Chenil House on King’s Road was an underused and unlisted building located within a Conservation Area and adjacent to the Grade II listed Chelsea Town Hall. The 1926 building was formerly a gallery and accidental recording venue, and is of local historic interest. The facade, originally set back from the road was retained but moved, in-situ, to the street frontage.