Guide to living in Knightsbridge

About Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is an exclusive and immaculate residential area as well as a famous shopping attraction, particularly for those visiting from the Middle East. It is home to all of the top designers, best jewellers and famous department stores, including Harrods and Harvey Nichols. The location’s glamorous culture is reflected in the sports cars and luxury flats that abound in the area. Number One Hyde Park, built by interior designers Candy & Candy, is one of the most expensive properties in the UK. Local hot spots include the Mandarin Oriental, Buddha Bar and Zuma.

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Properties in Knightsbridge

Houses in Knightsbridge tend to be large white stucco homes built around 1860 and are often home to wealthier English families. Some of the most sought after roads where these are located are; Hans Crescent, Montpelier Street and Brompton & Overton Square. The smaller mews houses are normally three or four bedrooms and run parallel to Sloane Square or on Pavilion Road.

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Living in Knightsbridge

Surrounded by Chelsea, Belgravia and South Kensington, there is no mistaking that this is a very elite area of London. Many residents are from overseas, or highly-paid professionals, so this is often a quiet area to live, with few disturbances for residents. You’ll never be short of something to do while living in Knightsbridge; from the gastronomic delights of Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner restaurant to the cultural riches of the nearby Albert Hall.

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