Knight Frank’s flagship London office manages property for sale in Knightsbridge or to rent, in an area covering SW1X, SW7 and SW3.
The area is dominated by the garden squares of Cadogan Place, Lowndes Square, Cadogan Square, Lennox Gardens and Hans Place. The large townhouses provide elegant converted apartments or grand family residences. In between these addresses are a network of highly sought after mews streets including Clabon Mews, Lennox Gardens Mews and Pont Street Mews.
In addition, the area has seen the hub transformed at the top of Sloane Street with the arrival of the Mandarin Oriental Residences at One Hyde Park. Instructed to market some of Knightsbridge's most handsome townhouses and apartments, Knight Frank is well placed to assist you in you Knightsbridge property search.
Knight Frank Knightsbridge estate agents specialise in properties for sale in the following areas:
Knightsbridge SW1X is the hub of the dynamic international neighbourhood with highly regarded addresses on either side of Sloane Street. The area is a reflection of the global city that is London with multiple nationalities basing themselves in London's premier address.
Most famously the area provides residents with the best luxury retail in London dominated by the department stores of Harrods and Harvey Nichols as well as fashionable restaurants and cafes on the Brompton Road and, of course, the open space of Hyde Park.
The team at the Knight Frank Knightsbridge office has plenty of experience and know how to help you with all your property requirements.
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