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.

Robert Grosvenor 1st Marquis of Westminster appointed Thomas Cundy and Thomas Cubitt to design and develop the area of Belgravia into an estate with some of the finest house in London.

Belgravia is home to royals, celebrities and prime minister’s, once home to late Baroness Thatcher.

A small area and is relatively quiet area in comparison to those of Kensington and Knightsbridge.

Belgravia Square designed by George Basevi with its grand opulent houses is home to many embassies and its ambassador.

Boutique shops and eatery can be found on Ebury Street, Motcomb Street and Elizabeth Street.

Types of Property

Grand Regency style architecture which were built in the 1800s can be found in Belgrave Square to a wide selection of period properties in the area, terraced house to luxury apartments.

Parks & Green Spaces

Open space of Hyde Park, which has the famous Serpentine Lake, and offering 350 acres of green space are short walk away.

Beautiful Belgrave Square Garden, Chester Square Garden and Eaton Square with lofty London plane trees.

Shopping and Eating Out in Kensington

Elizabeth Street, Motcomb Street and Orange Square have a village atmosphere with a wide selection of excellent restaurants and independent boutiques. Belgravia is also a stone throw away from one of London’s most luxurious shopping area which includes Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street.

An array of restaurants can be found in Belgravia.

Il Convivio – Italian Cuisine
Mango Tree – Thai Cuisine
Kouzu – Japanese Cuisine
Marcus – French Cuisine
Ametsa with Arzak Instruction – Spanish Cuisine
The Oval Restaurant – British Cuisine