The Cachet of Chelsea

Few places in the world possess the unique character that Chelsea is famous for. Its charming streets are filled with hundreds of years of rich heritage and culture; from one-of-a-kind restaurants, craft coffee shops, galleries and boutiques, to some of the best independent schools in the country. Add to these, acres of beautiful gardens, parks and Chelsea’s riverfront and you’ve found yourself at home in one of London’s most vibrant and sought-after neighbourhoods

Local Village Feel

Around every corner in Chelsea, there’s a feeling of stumbling upon something truly precious. Residents experience the best of both worlds – a real sense of community while living in a global capital. Chelsea Farmers Market is a local’s best-kept secret, with a unique buzz of one-off shops and family-friendly al-fresco dining. Step off Sloane Square to discover Pavilion Road’s artisan shops including a butcher, baker, wine merchant, cheesemonger, fishmonger and greengrocer.

World-Class Dining Scene

Over forty restaurants, cafes and bars are just a few minutes’ walk from Sydney Street. Michelin stars, celebrated chefs, international outposts, brunch terraces, detox kitchens and some of London’s most legendary names, make up the culinary gamut. Day or night, the café culture, wine bars, music bars and glamourous speakeasies reveal that Chelsea
is completely fluent in the language of diversity.

Exclusive Shopping Destination

Sydney Street lies just off the iconic Kings Road, a mile-long array of independent boutiques, art galleries and antique markets, that retains its status as the birthplace of British 20th-century fashion and pop culture. Known for its chic stores, Duke of York Square is also home to a Fine Food Market every Saturday. Nearby Sloane Street is a 1km runway of the world’s finest luxury brands including Chanel, Tom Ford, Cartier to Harrods and Harvey Nichols.

Connected, In and Out of London

Nowhere is beyond your reach in Chelsea. Nearby London Heliport offers daily helicopter charters connecting major UK business centres and business aviation hubs, without the stress of road traffic and rail travel. Chelsea to London Heathrow Airport is a 30-minute transfer by car.

Outstanding Nature and Wellbeing

There is a wealth of opportunities for walking, cycling, health and beauty, including numerous yoga studios, boutique gyms, wellness spas and playgrounds. Over a dozen parks and green spaces include Chelsea Physic Garden, the oldest botanical garden in London, with over 5,000 individual species. There’s no truer display of Englishness than Chelsea Flower Show, an annual date on the Royal calendar; bringing haute horticulture
to the neighbourhood every May

An Artistic Borough

Art runs through Chelsea’s history, from the Pre-Raphaelite painters to the 2008 launch of the 70,000 sq ft Saatchi Gallery. The tradition continues today with Masterpiece London in Chelsea – a highlight on the global art calendar; Kensington and Chelsea Art Weekend and many local galleries showcasing emerging photographers, painters and sculptors. The Victoria and Albert Museum and Natural History Museum are also less than a 20-minute walk away from Sydney Street.