Living in Chelsea: A Chelsea Area Guide

Chelsea has a rich history of being a hub for art and culture in London and that remains true today. Walk down the streets and you will see buildings with beautifully designed architecture and flawless exteriors. The neighbourhood remains incredibly popular because property value is always consistent across the board, and it is never a bad time to make an investment. If you are considering moving to Chelsea prepare to be entertained.

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If you are need some fresh air and open space wander a little further north to Hyde Park for a relaxing afternoon.
Walk down King’s Road and have a look in all the trendy shops before you head over to Chelsea Green for a nice coffee from one of the cafes, or a bite to eat in the local restaurants.
Check out Chelsea Farmer’s Market and the Duke of York Fine Foods Market on a Saturday morning when you want to get out of the house.
Chelsea is home to world renowned galleries and museums like the Saatchi Gallery.

Travel time to...

  • Local stations
  • - Knightsbridge
  • - Sloane Square
Hyde Park
Car: 6 mins*
TFL: 30 mins*
Natural History Museum
Car: 7 mins*
TFL: 15 mins*
King's Cross St. Pancras
Car: 30 mins*
TFL: 15 mins*
Heathrow Airport
Car: 45 mins*
TFL: 65 mins*

*From Sloane Square

Schools in Chelsea schools

  • - Knightsbridge School
  • - Hill House International Junior School
  • - Francis Holland School
  • - Christ Church C of E Primary School
  • - Garden House School

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Property in Chelsea