Our Chelsea letting agents office (SW3) is prominently located on the corner of Beaufort Street and Kings Road. We handle a wide variety of properties to let in Chelsea, from the best 1 bedroom flats to the finest large family houses, and the surrounding areas.
We have an experienced team of staff who are passionate about providing the best possible level of service. We offer our clients and applicants the consummate property package, as well as exceptional, professional and efficient service.
With the help of our in-house corporate services department we offer a global perspective to the Chelsea lettings market.
We have secured properties for tenants from over 40 nationalities within the last 12 months, demonstrating the wide ranging international demand for prime central London property.
Our sought after management service has built key relationships with specialists who will advise on refurbishment work that is cost effective to you, from simple redecoration (updating kitchens and bathrooms) to big extensions and conversions. Many people feel property managers only ever work to satisfy their tenants, we at Knight Frank always have our landlords' best interests at heart.
When landlords let their property through us, over 50% of them ask us to manage it for them. Find out how we can help: get in touch with your queries and we'll be back to you within one working day.
Please do contact us for an informal discussion, and to see how we can help you.
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