London Boroughs




Belgravia is considered one of the most exclusive districts in the world. Literary, theatrical, musical and political greats, have all called the beautiful tree-lined garden squares of Belgravia home from Mozart and Virginia Wolf to Sir Lawrence Olivier and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. It’s easy to see why. A historic neighbourhood, right in the heart of London, modern Belgravia still entices Royals, the rich and famous with Grosvenor Crescent, Eaton Square, Chester Square and Wilton Crescent the most prized streets for property. Strolling around the neighbourhood, the bijou village and café culture is evident, with rows of elegant streets packed with independent stylish boutiques, restaurants offering unique dining experiences, delicious patisseries and coffee bars on offer. Here daily life is buzzing with an ever-present well-heeled community.


Most famous for its traditional white stucco fronted townhouses that form stunning grand crescents and squares, Belgravia also offers a diverse range of property such as modern penthouse apartments to pretty mews houses with much sought-after parking spaces. The friendly neighbourhood, expansive leafy green spaces and close proximity to the West End, attracts an eclectic mix of affluent professionals both home-grown and abroad, who flock here to put down full-time roots. Everything is within easy reach of Belgravia from the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Natural History Museum and Royal Court Theatre to Cadogan hall, home to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the neighbourhood lives and breathes culture. The range of outstanding OFSTED rated primary and secondary schools, combined with vast swathes of beautiful green spaces, with nearby Hyde Park and garden squares like Belgrave Square Garden, a hidden 4.5 acre gem, makes Belgravia an instant magnet for wealthy families looking for a new home.


For well over a century, Belgravia has been home to the Harvey Nichols flagship store, with its eight floors of high end fashion, beauty and home collections. Motcomb Street and Elizabeth Street is a fairytale of visually stunning boutiques, not to mention Sloane Street, which runs through the heart of Belgravia for luxury shopping. But it’s not just the dazzling array of exquisite boutiques and designer stores or trendy art galleries that captivate residents, there’s also incredible choice of award-winning restaurants, funky cocktail bars, 5* star luxury hotels such as The Goring, and delicious patisserie cafes like Baker & Spice. Culinary delights abound with established restaurants such as the Pakistani eatery Salloos, going strong since 1976 to Gordon Ramsay’s Michelin starred Petrus, for impressive modern French cuisine to the delicious Amaya tapas style Indian cuisine. London’s most renowned luxury hotels, The Berkeley and The Lanesborough are popular with residents for memorable cocktails or a sumptuous afternoon tea. Historic drinking spots to gorgeous gastro pubs, from The Star Tavern and The Thomas Cubitt to The Pimlico Road Farmers’ Market held in Orange Square every Saturday, offers a vibrant cross-section of characters and produce – Belgravia really has it all.


The neighbourhood is also extremely well-connected transport-wise, so whatever part of Belgravia you live in you’re covered with easy access to tube stations at Victoria, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner to Sloan Square. If you prefer above ground travel, anywhere by foot is a delight – or there’s  a steady flow of buses and London’s famous black taxis to connect you to the rest of the city.