31 Lowndes Street, Knightsbridge London SW3 3QR
Our estate agents in Chelsea are specialists in providing property for sale and lettings in and around SW3 and SW10. Whether you’re looking for a short-let property that’s close to your favourite shops on the Kings Road, a long-term lease near to the tube, or to buy your next family home – our knowledgeable staff will aid you in your property search.
Many of the team live locally to Chelsea, with 25+ years’ experience within the Sales team, and 18 years’ experience within the lettings team, Chestertons Chelsea truly understand the industry and the local area.
Located in the heart of Chelsea, with a network of over 70 offices worldwideRowland King - Sales Manager
Rowland joined Chestertons in 2013 where he quickly progressed, becoming head of Chelsea sales in 2016. He has since grown his remit and now also heads up sales for the Knightsbridge & Belgravia office.With experience handling hundreds of high value sales, he has developed an excellent network of clients, developers, investors and solicitors.
Sam joined Chestertons in 2018 and quickly worked his way up to Head of Lettings for the Chelsea Branch. Sam's sheer determination alongside his drive and hunger for success has allowed him to successfully execute and agree some of the highest value lettings transactions within the Chelsea borough and the company.
Parks & Recreation
Burton Court is a popular green space - visitors do need apply for membership, but once approved it is an idyllic open green space to visit, with tennis courts moments from the Kings Chelsea. it is also possible to hire for private functions such as hosting cricket matches and summer evening soirées. Chelsea is wedged between some of London’s most iconic parks: just north is Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, and south of river there is Battersea Park, which is well known for its outdoor sports facilities, zoo and annual fireworks event. A small unknown public space to even most locals is Royal Hospital and Ranelagh Gardens within the grounds of the Royal Hospital - ideal for picnics, strolls and relaxing outdoors.
Restaurants & Shopping
Chelsea has a strong fashion heritage that stretches back to the 60s and 70s when emerging designers such as Vivienne Westwood opened boutiques in the area. Today the area may be less bohemian than it was in the 60s but the wide range of shops and boutiques means that everyone can find something to match their individual style. Sloane Street has a wealth of high-end boutiques ranging from Chanel to Tiffany & Co to Jo Malone and there is always the reliable Peter Jones department that is a cornerstone of Sloane Square. As expected for an area like Chelsea, there’s also a great range of upmarket eateries and cafes. Colberts is the place to be in the summer, a popular brasserie ideal for people watching whilst tucking into tasty food. Sticks and Sushi are located on the Kings Road and for those special occassions Gordon Ramsays flagship 3 Michelin star restaurant is located on Royal Hospital Road and Bray Place has Five Fields (1 Michelin star English cuisine).
Chelsea is spoilt for choice when it comes to groceries with a flurry of local shops located on Chelsea Green including Paxton & Whitfield (for cheese) Pie Man (for delicatessen and hand prepared meals to take home), Chelsea Fishmonger and Andreas (a wide array of grocery products for the avid cook).
Best place for a quiet drink
Best place for coffee: Our office in Chelsea highly rates the Good Life Eatery. They serve great flat white coffees and a range of sweet organic delights. One of Chelsea’s nicest features is the local pubs located on the back streets which are away from the hustle and bustle of Kings Road, popular ones to mention are The Phoenix (Smith Street), The Phene (Phene Street) and The Builders Arms (Britten Street). There are many hidden gems to mention but the Surprise (Christchurch Street) is ideal for a quiet Sunday roast and drink.
Entertainment & Nightlife
Chelsea has an excellent range of restaurants, private members clubs and bars to keep everyone entertained; and perhaps has some of the best night life in London. In addition to drinking holes, there’s a wide range of cultural activities to enjoy from art galleries to cinemas.
Schools & Education
Chelsea has a fantastic selection of educational institutions both private and state funded. Marlborough primary school has been transformed in a state of the art facility that also hosts extra-curricular activities for sport and drama. Other popular schools in the area include such as Garden House (Turks Row), Oratory (Bury Walk), Hill House Junior (Flood Street) and Christ Church (Robinson Street).
Chelsea has a number of underground stations within it or in close walking distance. Sloane Square is the main underground station with Circle and District line connection but some parts of Chelsea are in closer proximity to South Kensington that also has the Piccadilly line. Along the Kings Road and Embankment there are numerous bus routes going into the West-End and City. For the investment bankers wanting a change from the norm you can catch the river bus from various locations along Chelsea Embankment that will take you right into Canary Wharf.
Market stats for Chelsea compiled on 2019-12-05 for postcodes SW10, SW3.
Analysis of properties not sold / under offer, priced between £20k and £20m (sales), £150pw and £10k pw (lettings) and between 1 and 10 bedrooms.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, and a deeply statistical view on the market, our teams are able to provide maximum market exposure for every property.
Our Lettings department works proactively to ensure that the best possible rents and terms are achieved for all our landlords.
Providing a dedicated service to landlords with rental portfolios of more than three properties that are let privately, by Chestertons or by another agent.
Our Short Lets team enables landlords benefit from increased rental yields and the flexibility of letting their property for a term that suits them.