Knight Frank Belgravia
Situated between Buckingham Palace and Chelsea, Belgravia resides in the London Borough of Westminster and has long been established as the premier residential address in London.
The 400 acres of land was inherited by the Grosvenor family and was named Belgravia after Belgrave, a village on their family estate in Leicestershire.
It is one of the wealthiest districts in the world, with much of it, known as the Grosvenor Estate, still being owned by the family property company Grosvenor.
Just minutes from Buckingham Palace, Sloane Street and Knightsbridge, Belgravia is renowned for its village-like cluster of boutiques, jewellers and fine restaurants, sitting alongside elegant and historic private homes.
Knight Frank Belgravia completes an important link with its neighbouring offices especially Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Mayfair which combine to provide unrivalled knowledge of the Central London property market.