Our area guide to Chelsea gives you a quick overview of the neighbourhood from its properties, public parks, local schools, council tax, public transport links to shopping and going out.
Postcodes covered by this area guide include Chelsea SW3, SW10.
PROPERTY TYPES & ARCHITECTURE
Chelsea exceeds expectations, including striking current flats to forcing isolates houses on offer. A great part of the local location is comprised of houses in little mews, while a considerable lot of the bigger chateau pieces have been changed over into flats that have been interspersed with small garden squares. There are small houses to the North, while Chelsea Harbour offering many riverside flats and houses with normal rental costs are upwards of £644 a week, and houses remaining at around £2,993 every week.
SHOPPING & ENTERTAINMENT
Chelsea is known for its boutique stores and high-end fashion, where you can shop until you drop in the Kings Road while entertainment is within close proximity to this area of London.
PARKS & COMMONS
Although Chelsea does lack green open spaces, however there are quiet garden squares that are scattered among the area.
WHO LIVES HERE?
This area is often populated with wealthy families and professionals.