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.
In the sixties, Chelsea gained popularity due to its individuality and it’s swinging London roots. Today Chelsea is unrecognisable from the 1960’s, luxury fashion boutiques, fine eateries, its own theatre, the Royal Court and it has the reputed Royal Philharmonic Orchestra which is situated in the Cadogan Hall.
Types of Property
There is a rich blend of town houses and mansion apartments, scattered with beautiful garden squares. Chelsea harbor offers luxury apartment looking into the River Thames.
Parks and Green Spaces
Chelsea is home to a various open space and is especially noted for the quantity of private garden squares serving the occupants of Chelsea. Also, Chelsea is home to the Albert Bridge Gardens, Battersea Bridge Gardens, the Chelsea Physic Gardens and Chelsea Embankment Gardens.
Shopping and Eatery in Chelsea
Chelsea has numerous luxury brand names, boutique shops, the primary shopping road is King's Road which runs directly through the core of the area, with Sloane Street, Sloane Square and the Duke of York Square.
Excellent restaurants run by famous chef can be found in Chelsea. If you want to dine out, then there is an array of restaurants.
Claude Bosi at Bibendum – French Cuisine
Daphne – Italian Cuisine
The Five Fields – British Cuisine
Medlar - Modern European Cuisine
Restaurant Gordon Ramsey - Contemporary French Cuisine
Colbert – French Cuisine