The best of the best in Belgravia
Wilton Row SW1X £4.15m
Upper Belgrave Street SW1X £3.5m
Wilton Terrace SW1X £3.5m
Wilton Place SW1X £4,750p/w
Wilton Crescent SW1X £3,450p/w
Burton Mews SW1W £5.95m
Kinnerton Street SW1X £3m
Hans Road SW3 £7.85m
Wimbledon, cream teas and cricket on the green. The Great British Summer brings us all out into the Great Outdoors. Whether you have a trendy terrace, a beautiful balcony or a pleasant park nearby, why not take a look at Belgravia’s hottest summer properties. Here are some of our most beautiful flats and houses for sale or to rent.
Cottage charm with up-to-the-minute interiors, this gives you the best of all worlds. It’s right in the city, yet tucked away along a quiet mews. The pretty, cobbled street and period façade will lull you into a false sense of familiarity. Inside, you’ll be in for a surprise. This property is sleek, spacious and clothed in pale colours. A hot property that’s really cool.
Who wouldn’t want to live in a building such as this? It’s the quintessential, stucco-fronted, elegant London townhouse. It has a classical porticoed entrance, the ‘No 10’ front door, access to the garden square; it all points to the upper echelons of society. This two-bedroom flat is on the second floor, in a building with a lift and a caretaker.
This is one of the best addresses in one of the best areas of the capital. Just off sought-after Belgrave Square and leading into Wilton Crescent, it is ultra-convenient for Knightsbridge and local shopping in Motcomb Street. This two-bedroom flat has a grand reception room with high ceilings and three huge, Georgian-style windows. There’s also a west-facing balcony accessed from both the double bedrooms.
In a lovely street at the north end of Wilton Crescent, this six-bedroom family home oozes luxury. Not only is it newly refurbished and beautiful on the inside, it’s delectable outside, too. From the instant kerb-appeal to its private back garden and up to its roof terrace, it’s a hot property, ready to rent.
And back around the corner in the distinguished curve of Wilton Crescent, this newly renovated property gives you part of the raised ground floor, plus the first and second floors of this lovely mansion. There’s a roof terrace for outside space, a balcony along the front, and four bedrooms altogether.
What fun to live in a property like this! Mews houses must be some of London’s most desirable homes. Their sense of history, charm and character adds to the overall appeal. There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Burton Mews has it all: it’s quiet, secluded and is close to Sloane Square tube station. The perfect property for a growing family.
Here’s a superb home in a pretty street of whitewashed cottages. High spec and hi-tech, this property boasts air conditioning and an integrated Sonos sound system. There’s a double-height conservatory and plenty of space for entertaining.
And finally, we could not resist this property near Belgravia. The weather may be unsettled, but the best thing about Britain is that the sun will soon shine again. Be ready for it with this sumptuous lateral apartment in a red-brick building. It has three en-suite double bedrooms and plenty of entertaining space, so you won’t need to venture out if the clouds are gathering. Yet, with Harrods directly across the road, you’d probably have to go shopping.