| Chelsea Old Church, Don Saltero's, Carlyle's House, Albert Bridge - London, Battersea Bridge|No. 1: Richard Addinsell, English composer
No. 11: Gordon Harker, English actor
also Edward Robey, lawyer in the Acid Bath Murders case of the serial killer John George Haigh
No. 19: T. S. Eliot, American poet and writer
also the literary critic John Davy Hayward
No. 20: Robert Erskine Childers, Irish nationalist and novelist, author of The Riddle of the Sands
No. 21: Henry James, American novelist
No. 24: Ian Fleming, novelist, creator of James Bond
also Sol Campbell, England and Arsenal football player
No. 27: W. Somerset Maugham, British novelist
Lionel Davidson, British novelist
Carlyle Mansions Wikipedia
Carlyle Mansions is a block of flats located on Cheyne Walk, in the Chelsea area of London, England. Built in 1886, it was named after Thomas Carlyle, himself a resident of Chelsea for much of his life.
Carlyle Mansions is nicknamed the "Writers’ Block", as it has been home to Henry James, Erskine Childers, T. S. Eliot, Somerset Maugham, Ian Fleming and other noted authors.