Period grandeur complemented by world-class culture
One of the wealthiest west London areas, its traditional stucco terraces often converted into apartments, attract the modern European-family. The properties tend to come full of period charm and plenty of space with many having their own outdoor space or access to communal gardens.
It is London’s equivalent of a grand European promenade and is home to internationally renowned cultural destinations such as Victoria & Albert Museum, Royal Albert Hall, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum. It is one of the most important neighbourhoods for culture, making it a great base for families and couples alike. A stone’s throw from Knightsbridge and Chelsea, it is also home to some of the capital’s best restaurants and world-class shopping.