Some of the finest property in the capital can be found in Chelsea. The area is known for its large red-brick terraced houses and beautiful mansion blocks surrounding iconic London garden squares. The areas exclusivity has led to high house prices and the pet name ‘Sloane Ranger’ being used to describe the residents.
Rife with high end restaurants, bustling bistros and lively bars, Chelsea is known for its social scene throughout the day and evenings. With plenty of both private and public parks, the area is not short of green open space and you are also very close to central London meaning it is an ideal destination for families and younger ‘Sloaney’s’ alike.
Bordered by South Kensington, Earls Court and Belgravia to the north, Chelsea is surrounded by equally affluent boroughs. The Thames Path runs parallel to the river Thames which is at the base of Chelsea meaning you can enjoy walks and Boris biking along the river and there are also a couple of the riverside bars and restaurants to experience.