Knightsbridge is a road which gives its name to an exclusive district lying to the west of Central London. The road runs along the south side of Hyde Park, west from Hyde Park Corner, spanning the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Knightsbridge today is a truly international destination, with residents relocating from far and wide. As well as the historical significance of the area including the Royal Albert Hall and Harrods, new developments such as One Hyde Park give Knightsbridge a global dimension.
The prime areas radiating from Knightsbridge contain some of the most desirable properties on the international market. The range is superb: classic period townhouses in gracious squares such as Eaton Square and Chester Square; ultra-prime new-build apartments and penthouses, including flagship developments such as One Hyde Park and cottagey houses tucked away in quiet mews locations for those opting for privacy.
With a plethora of eateries, the area caters for the travelled pallet with food from across the globe served within Knightsbridge and its neighbouring areas.
Primary Schools such as St Joseph RC Primary School have been rated “outstanding” by regulators Ofsted and Saint Thomas More Language College for those with children at Secondary School age received an equally good recommendation.
- Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly)
- Knightsbridge (Piccadilly)
- 137 (Oxford Circus - Streatham Hill Telford Avenue)
- 452 (Kensal Rise Station - Wandsworth Road Station)
- 52 (Victoria Station - Willesden Bus Garage)
Roads in this area
- Beaufont Gardens
- Brompton Road
- Exhibition Road
- Montpellier Square
- Rutland Gate
- South Carriage Drive
- Trevor Square