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289 Brompton Road
Knightsbridge
Greater London
SW3 2DY

Why move to Knightsbridge and Chelsea?

Knightsbridge, Chelsea & Belgravia's fantastic schools, restaurants, shops and transport links combine to make our area one London's most sought-after and exclusive neighbourhoods.

Some things to love about living in Knightsbridge & Chelsea

Pick up delicious fresh produce from many of the small specialty food producers at the weekly Farmers' Market in Duke of York's Square.

Once a month, The V&A have a late night Friday opening, so you can marvel at the craft, skill and artistry whilst enjoying a glass of wine.

Take a Boris Bike along the many London Cycle and National Cycle networks in the area.

The Serpentine Swimming Club hosts fun races every Saturday morning. The only catch? They start at 8am.

There are a number of great schools in the area. Hill House, Garden House, Eaton House and the Brompton Oratory, to name a few.

A little bit of history

The Grade II listed Chelsea Bridge that spans the Thames was originally called Victoria Bridge.

Need to know

Ian Flemming, Sir Sean Connery and Sir Roger Moore have all lived in Belgravia.

Shopping

The world famous Harrods offers six floors and 330 departments to explore, selling everything from pet accessories to gold bars. The area is also home to the Harvey Nichols department store, as well as many leading designer fashion stores.

Head to Chelsea Green for delicious fish from The Chelsea Fishmonger and fresh fruit and vegetables from Andreas. Haynes Hanson & Clarke on Elystan Street is an excellent wine merchants and the Farmer Brothers run a helpful hardware store.

For gifts and beautiful homeware, The Conran Shop on Sloane Avenue is a must.

OUR AREA IS ALSO WELL-KNOWN FOR ITS SHARED PRIVATE GARDENS A REAL DRAW OF SOME OF THE HOMES IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD.

Transport

By Tube:

Underground stations include South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Sloane Square.

By Bus:

There are several bus and night bus routes that service Knightsbridge, Chelsea & Belgravia.

By Bike:

The London Cycle Network and the National Cycle Network both have routes within the area.

By Bike:

The London Cycle Network and the National Cycle Network both have routes within the area.

Schools around Knightsbridge & Chelsea

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