Our area guide to Pimlico 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 Pimlico SW1.
PROPERTY TYPES & ARCHITECTURE
Although famous for regency town houses, nearly all of these particular properties have been converted into apartments, the area mainly offers high quality ex-local and housing association flats. Often these prove to be excellent value for money as they are large, well maintained and affordable given the location. Other properties include to be a blend of terraced homes, extravagance pads and Victorian homes.
SHOPPING & ENTERTAINMENT
As well as being the home of Chelsea College of Art and Design and The Tate Britain; Pimlico is known for its fresh produce markets which separates itself from the West End.
PARKS & COMMONS
Although there are few parks in the local area, there are a few major green spaces which include Warwick Square, St. George’s Square and Eccleston Square Garden whilst the riverbank features ample seating and public spaces offering great views across some of London’s most iconic scenery.
WHO LIVES HERE?
This area is favoured usually by middle income professionals and flat sharers, who often find the convenience of the location helps to reduce living costs such as travel, which makes the higher property costs associated with the area more manageable.