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Discovering Belgravia – A fashionable, architecturally significant neighbourhood to call home

Part of the Grosvenor Estate, Belgravia is an exclusive fusion of a village-like community with the buzz of a town. With iconic views and serene green spaces, Belgravia has the aura of a peaceful neighbourhood while still having the world at your doorstep.

From the white stucco properties to the boutiques of Elizabeth Street, we take a look at Belgravia, its future, and what it has to offer its residents.


History Of Belgravia

Known as Five Fields in the Middle Ages, Belgravia was developed in the 19th century by the Marquess of Westminster, Robert Grosvenor. British master builder Thomas Cubitt created a new town, including the locations of shops, pubs, mews and services.

Quickly, the area gained notability. Many significant citizens moved to the white stucco properties here, including the Earl of Essex and the Duke of Bedford. Today, the area has maintained its status as a highly fashionable place to live and has been home to the rich and famous.


Local Amenities in Belgravia

From private clinics to doctors' surgeries, dentists and opticians, Belgravia has facilities and amenities for health and wellbeing. Sloane Medical Practice, Cleveland Clinic London and Elizabeth Street Dentist are all within easy reach.


Shops and Restaurants in Belgravia

Belgravia has always been at the height of fashionable society, with unique shopping and dining experiences.

Find boutique shops and pastel-coloured storefronts on Elizabeth Street. Experience luxury shopping at Sloane Street. Visit the creative and ever-changing Anya Village on Pont Street to discover Anya Hindmarch’s playful retail experiences. This central London neighbourhood has something for all tastes.

Explore restaurants spanning the globe from China to Italy, India to France. There’s plenty of choice for quick eats, family meals and celebration dining experiences. Relish in Belgravia’s spectacular views from the Roof Garden. Try the very best British produce at The Thomas Cubitt. Grab a coffee and a pastry at TomTom. Whatever the occasion, Belgravia has what you need.


Things To Do in Belgravia

Belgravia offers opportunities to keep up with hobbies and interests. Gyms, a yoga studio, and the famous Barry’s Bootcamp London can all be found in Belgravia. There’s also vast green space in nearby Hyde Park and Eton Square Gardens to walk the dog, jog and meet neighbours.

You don’t have to look far to find culture and like-minded individuals in Belgravia. Enjoy galleries and exhibitions, creative workshops, and spellbinding concerts at Cadogan Hall. Culture hotspots such as the Natural History Museum and the V&A are just a mile away.


Transport in Belgravia

Belgravia is a well-connected neighbourhood. While it doesn’t have its own tube station, the nearest ones are within easy reach on foot, by bike, or by taxi. Victoria Station serves the Victoria, The Circle and District Lines. Sloane Square is served by the Circle and District lines. These excellent Underground connections make it simple to travel around the city and beyond.

Victoria Train Station is a National Rail service providing transport to the coast and Ashford International. London City Airport, St Pancras and Heathrow are also easily accessible by road or rail for international travel.

For cyclists, the area is accessible with many cycle parking locations. Santander Cycle docking stations are located throughout Belgravia to encourage sustainable travel.


Education in Belgravia

London is known for prestigious private schools and excellent state schools. Eaton Square School and Francis Holland School are among the independent schools in Belgravia. With superb transport links around London, there are opportunities to travel further to the Westminster School or other reputable education facilities.


Properties in Belgravia

One of London’s most notable addresses, Belgravia is home to residential square gardens surrounded by large 19th-century houses. Many homes here are Stucco, brick, slate and painted timber sashes. In nearly 200 years, the properties remain largely unchanged.

While many of the properties for sale in Belgravia are large townhouses, property buyers and investors can also find apartments and mews houses. The new developments, such as the five-star hotel The Peninsula London, maintain the area's premium and grand architecture. Properties for rent in Belgravia also reflect the area’s traditional features.

The majority of Belgravia is a conservation area, and many buildings here are listed. The protection of their architecture and history ensures that change in the area is constructive, creative, and thoughtful.


Crime and Safety in Belgravia

While Belgravia has always been a highly sought-after location since it was built, there are fewer royal residents and aristocrats. Today, with private members’ clubs, refurbished areas, and updates, there’s a new wave of ultra-wealthy residents moving in. It remains a safe and low-crime area of London, as you can see from the Police statistics.


Annual Events and Festivals in Belgravia

Whether you’re looking to call Belgravia home or invest in a property here, the area remains as affluent and coveted as ever. Donned as the “little brother” to Mayfair and Knightsbridge, Belgravia is an expensive and exclusive area with a village-like feel and a bright future. That means plentiful art galleries, creative workshops and premium retail events, perfect for spending quality time throughout the year.

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