Bordered to the east by Buckingham Palace, Belgravia’s sweeping colonnades and grand Victorian terraces have made it one of the capital’s most exclusive areas. The locals are extremely well-connected here, in more ways than one – Belgravia just a short walk from the luxury shopping of Harrods and Harvey Nichols in neighbouring Knightsbridge. At the area’s southern border is Sloane Square and the shopping haven of King’s Road in Chelsea.
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Designed and built by Victorian master architect Thomas Cubitt, it’s one of London’s finest 19th century squares.
The area boasts some of the most expensive properties in the world, at up to £4,700 per square foot.
Belgravia as a whole is decidedly residential, and even more so resolutely desirable.