Chelsea Manor Street is a street in Chelsea, London. It runs roughly north to south from Britten Street, crossing King's Road to St Loo Avenue. The southern continuation, Cheyne Gardens ends at Cheyne Walk.
It was originally called Manor Street.
The designers Edward McKnight Kauffer and Marion Dorn lived at Swan Court, Chelsea Manor Street, and this is commemorated by a blue plaque placed by English Heritage in 2015. Crime writer Dame Agatha Christie and travel writer Alasdair Alpin MacGregor also lived at Swan Court. American novelist,author of Butterfield 8, John O'Hara lived in Chesil Court.
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