POLISH squatters have been evicted from a £1.35million Chelsea mansion in exclusive King's Road.
Police officers, bailiffs and a locksmith, descended on the property in the heart of Chelsea, opposite World's End Nurseries, last Thursday.
A group of nine eastern European men are thought to have been occupying the four-bedroom house, which is currently for sale, for months.
The huge house is on the market for a staggering £1.35m and boasts three reception rooms, two kitchens, four bathrooms - two of which are en suite - a conservatory, a terrace and a garden.
Sgt Tim Otway, together with two PCs from Cremorne safer neighbourhood team, based on the nearby World's End Estate, carried out the operation.
The squatters, who police say had been causing 'quite a few problems' in the area, left peacefully.
But rooms of the luxury pad - which has had its windows boarded up - were left 'piled high' with rubbish after the occupation.
Doors are also said to have been damaged during its use as a squat.
The episode marks the latest in a series of exclusive houses to be taken over in west London.
Earlier this year, a gang of squatters invaded a £30m mansion, complete with views of Hyde Park, in Park Lane.
The empty Commonwealth Institute building, in Kensington High Street, has been another high-profile loca-