- Historically a village which transformed into an artistic enclave in central London; Chelsea is largely defined by the Kings Road running from Sloane Square to Lots Road in the west and Fulham Road to the north of it with the River Thames the southern boundary. The Kings Road is famous for being the centre of the swinging 1960s and now offers a selection of fashionable shops and restaurants.
Type of property
- The majority of the Chelsea area is made up of terraced houses built in the Georgian and Victorian ages; many of these overlook pretty gardens square such as Wellington Square and Markham Square. There are still a number of red brick mansion buildings, period conversions and a handful of modern developments catering for those that prefer apartment living.
- Rental property continues to perform well in the SW3 and SW10 areas and the area is weathering the economic storm. We anticipate that the demand for rental properties in Chelsea will be remain high in the foreseeable future .