Belgravia completed

Once occupying royal meadowland, Belgravia was developed in the 1820s, fast becoming one of the most magnificent districts in the world. Chelsea Barracks represents the completion of this highly prestigious district, which links the City of Westminster with the hamlet of Knightsbridge and the palaces and market gardens of Chelsea.

The world's finest district

An inimitable destination

Belgravia and its surroundings offer a richly cultured character, reinforced by world-renowned museums, prestigious schools and gardens, antiquarian boutiques and Michelin-starred restaurants.

Luxury shopping

Enticing boutiques

Belgravia and neighbouring Chelsea are a retail paradise for fashion and design. The King’s Road, epicentre of the 1960s creative scene, has matured into an elegant shopping destination, while Knightsbridge is synonymous with British institution Harrods. Sloane Street is lined with stores such as Smythson, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Hermès, with David Linley’s bespoke furniture emporium close by.

For the world’s most high-end fashion houses, a boutique on Sloane Street or in Knightsbridge is imperative.
An epicurean experience

Fine dining and delicious farmshop fare

London’s most esteemed dining establishments are conveniently close, showcasing offerings from world-renowned British chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Marcus Wareing. Nearby, the farmer's market in Duke of York Square and Daylesford’s organic café offer tempting alternatives.

Open air

Green and serene

In addition to the beautifully landscaped gardens at Chelsea Barracks itself, the surrounding area is interlaced with elegant parks and garden squares. To the west of Chelsea Barracks lie Ranelagh Gardens, with its immaculately maintained lawns, and the secluded Chelsea Physic Garden, brimming with aromatic medicinal plants.

Blissfully tranquil green spaces, which provide a wonderful oasis of calm.
Where tradition meets modernity

A cultural epicentre

In the 19th century, avant-garde artists J.M.W. Turner, James Abbott McNeill Whistler and Dante Gabriel Rossetti resided in neighbouring Chelsea. Other legendary past residents include Prime Minister David Lloyd George, writer Henry James and, more recently, Mick Jagger and Viscount Linley. Today, nearby institutions such as the Saatchi Gallery and Serpentine Gallery uphold and enrich this cultural legacy, with Whistler’s beautiful impressionist paintings exhibited at the outstanding Tate Britain.

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The Residences

The residences reflect the taste and refinement of their owners, speaking the language of the city with grace and elegance. Careful consideration has been given to every architectural detail, resulting in superlative living spaces, imbued with timeless British style. Please contact your agent for further information.

Penthouses

Traces of the Chelsea Barrack’s heritage continue to shine through even in this most modern expression of the development. Providing a seamless transition between outdoor and indoor entertaining, the penthouses offer the perfect stage to admire this unrivalled location in the heart of London. Please contact your agent for further information.

The Townhouses

These grand and richly appointed buildings represent an entirely new category of living for the capital. The layout creates absolute flexibility, accommodating the variety of cultures and traditions of those who choose to make these refined and substantial houses their home. Please contact your agent for further information.

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