Belgravia Area Guide
Being home to white stucco fronted townhouses, Michelin starred restaurants and artisanal patisseries, Belgravia continuously attracts the elite.
First owned by aristocracy, the prestigious Georgian residences depict a level of grandeur suitable for International Embassies and those alike.
Lying within a conservation area, Belgravia was acquired by the Grosvenor estate in 1677. Since then it has retained its 19th century purity and manicured gardens, making it one of the most aesthetic areas of London.
While known for its palatial real estate and traditional London aura, Belgravia has adapted to the modern fast-paced environment of London's affluent gentry and socialites.
Public transport in the area is greatly accessible with 3 major tube stations on each corner of Belgravia: Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, Victoria. Despite this, many residents and visitors tend to flag down one of the classic black cabs that swarm the area.