Area Guides

Belgravia is one of the worlds grandest areas, Belgravia is an architectural jewel. Belgravia sits on the west of Buckingham Palace. On the north, it has Knightsbridge, and on the west, Chelsea.

Holland Park is situated between High Street Kensington and Notting Hill. Holland Park’s colourful mix of open parkland, cobbled streets, stylish boutiques and numerous restaurants offers the best of both village and city life.

Chelsea is an area in London which is quite known for its annual Chelsea Flower Show. It is bordered by the beautiful river Thames on the south. On its north, the Knightsbridge merges with South Kensington.

One of London’s most expensive and desired areas, here homes can sell for more than 80 Million Pounds on Kensington Palace Gardens. Kensington is bordered to the north by Notting Hill and by Cromwell Road to the south.

This place is regarded as a real international locality. The residential area is luxurious and elegant. The Sloane Street is flooded with boutiques and famous Harrods and Harvey Nichols departmental shops.

Synonymous with luxury and one of the wealthiest places to live in London.

Mayfair boast over 20 Michelin-starred eateries, and bursting with designer boutiques.

Home to Buckingham Palace, St James’s is surrounded on two sides by parks, St James’s sits in a busy area. But despite its proximity to Piccadilly Circus and Buckingham Palace the neighborhood has its quite spots.

Regent’s Park has over the 395-acre green space in Northwest London. It is a place which is different from the rest of the city. It has enormous terraces of the big houses. Sir John Nash who was the architect of Buckingham Palace designed and built the terraces of the house surrounding the perimeter of the park, the Outer Circle to make them look like one single palace. 

A true village atmosphere in the heart of London, St John’s Wood appeals to both families and young professionals alike.

The area has a beautiful family home and is well connected back to central London.