Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Knightsbridge is one of the premier districts in London. It is at once an internationally renowned destination - boasting some of Europe's finest retail and culinary experiences - and a residential neighborhood of peerless architectural beauty and elegance.
As letting agents for Knightsbridge, our properties include the period family homes of Eaton Square (near to the top of the King's Road), which is one of the distinguished and distinctive 19th Century garden squares typical of this part of London.
Eaton Square is the London home to - amongst others -Andrew Lloyd-Webber and The Duke of Westminster, London's largest and wealthiest landlord. Tiered Victorian terraces in classical style offer stunning residences, as do our homes in nearby Trevor Square, Egerton Gardens, Egerton Crescent and Chester Square, home to former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and several other notable celebrities.
These refined yet striking 3 to 4 bedroom Victorian and Georgian houses or apartments are on the rental market from £1,200 per week to over £30,000 per week.
Our mansion blocks boast a variety of apartments - typically two bedroom - with rental prices ranging from £700 to £900 per week depending on square footage and quality of appointment. Addresses in Sussex Mansions, Basil Mansions, Park Mansions, Lincoln House and St George's Court (which is situated next to our Knightsbridge office)are some of the most sought after on the market.
We offer a magnificent collection of apartments in several modern developments such as The Knightsbridge, One Hyde Park, One Hans Crescent (a former courthouse directly adjacent to Harrods), Kings Chelsea, Lancelot Place, Grosvenor Waterside and Chelsea Bridge Wharf where rentals range from approximately £400 per week for a one bedroom apartment to a minimum of £1,500 per week for a 3 bedroom property while it's also worth noting that more luxurious apartments can command higher rental prices again.
Knightsbridge, the eponymously named main thoroughfare proffers a plethora of cultural and social attractions - and having the area's wonderful array of shops and restaurants available to sample and savour is as much about living in Knightsbridge as the property you move into. Perhaps no other part of London can claim to house the world's finest couture boutiques, department stores and places to eat all literally within touching distance of one another.
Hyde Park, one of London's nine Royal Parks, and arguably the most beautiful, was originally a private hunting ground for Henry VIII before King Charles I opened it to the public in 1637. The southern section of its 350 acres borders the northern edge of Knightsbridge and offers an oasis of beauty and relaxation right in the centre of one of the world's busiest capital cities.
Knightsbridge is an illustrious, if paradoxically also rather subtle, seat of academia and learning. Imperial College London is without doubt one of the leading scientific institutes of higher education and is located next to The Science Museum on Exhibition Road.
The Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum are both found on Cromwell Road, and all three are truly enchanting and enlightening in equal measure. Schools in the area include the prominent state school, The London Oratory on Brompton Road and the independent secondary Lycee Francais Charles De Gaulle.
Transport links are first class, connecting the area to the West End, City and beyond through its several tube stations (Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner and Sloane Square).
Steeped in culture, history and social riches, centrally located and well connected, and comprising some of the finest residential properties on offer on the London market, Knightsbridge is an area of peerless yet refined splendour.
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