Bordered by Chelsea, Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Pimlico, Belgravia offers a serene and calm-paced quality of life.

It is a place of graceful Regency-style streets, smooth sweeping crescents and verdant garden squares, where cream-stucco mansions mingle with picturesque mews houses, and embassy buildings with independent, one-off shops and art galleries. 

Counting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frédéric Chopin, Neville Chamberlain, Ian Fleming and Vivien Leigh as former residents, Belgravia’s blue-plaque-strewn streets are evocative, and the neighbourhood is permeated with a sense of its past. But, with modern conveniences on hand, Belgravia offers contemporary living in a historical setting.

While each district offers something unique, they are all bound together by a quintessentially Georgian-era village feel. Motcomb and Elizabeth streets celebrate the finest in food and independent fashion, while Pimlico Road is firmly on the map as an internationally renowned design and interiors hub. Eccleston Yards, opened in 2018, embraces well-being, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit.