Cheyne Row

street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Geographical coordinates: 51.483716666666666 -0.16960277777777777


English Cheyne Row

Cheyne Row is a residential street in Chelsea, London.

It runs roughly north to south from the crossroads with Upper Cheyne Row, where it becomes Glebe Place, leading down to a t-junction with Cheyne Walk which forms an embankment of the River Thames. It was named after Charles Cheyne, 1st Viscount Newhaven (c. 1624–1698) who purchased the manor of Chelsea in Middlesex, then a rural village.

Source: Cheyne Row

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located on streetCarlyle's House
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