Earls Court is an area packed with impressive examples of early to mid-Victorian architecture. Both Bramham Gardens and Courtfield Gardens are beautiful and very much sought after areas. Earls Court has undergone a quiet revolution over the past few years as local properties have gained a reputation for understated sophistication and value for money.
Kensington Mansions, Nevern Square and Philbeach Gardens are built around impressive formal garden settings (access limited to key holding residents), with Collingham Road and Harrington Road also housing some unique buildings, many of them very large and currently used as Embassies.
A little further north, just south of the Cromwell Road, the tranquil conservation area comprising Childs Place, Kenway Road, Wallgrave Road and Redfield Lane contains fine examples of more modest terraced townhouses painted in pastel shades in a very picturesque setting with some fine floral displays
With its numerous shops, restaurants and good bars, it’s an ideal place for tourists given its central location within the city. In order to cater for the large number of crowds that flock to the area, Earls Court is serviced by a number of Underground lines including the District and Piccadilly lines. It is also a few stops from main areas such as Westminster.
Renowned for its close proximity to tourist attractions such as Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Royal Albert Hall, The Museum of Natural History and Science Museum, are all within walking distance or a short tube ride away.
The Earls Court area also borders Holland Park, providing a great place for families to relax and an ideal for the active individuals amongst us.
Bousfield Primary School and The Snow Flake School both received “outstanding” Ofsted reports for their impeccable educational facilities. Secondary Schools including The London Oratory School and Snow Flake School received similar accolades, making the area an ideal location for those with children of all ages.