West Brompton, a compact and pleasant residential area located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is known for its cemetery, managed by the Royal Parks which is overlooked by Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club.
A mixture of converted Victorian town houses and converted apartments are on offer in the area, varying in size and interior décor, there is something to suit all wishing to call West Brompton home.
The area has numerous quirky bars and cafes, most notable is ‘The Troubadour’; Kensington’s original boho coffee house where Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon played back in the 60’s.
Ideally situated in Zone 2, travelling from West Brompton to neighbouring areas such as Fulham Broadway, Earl’s Court and Parsons Green is what makes this area attractable to many new home owners choosing West Brompton over higher priced surrounding areas.
With the Princess Diana Memorial Playground, Hyde Park, Victoria & Albert Museum close by, West Brompton is ideal for families as well as young professionals working in the City. The Finborough Theatre and its close proximity to Chelsea Harbour and the Earls Court Exhibition Centre are also keen points of interest.
Primary Schools such as the Queensmill School, is rated “outstanding” by Ofsted, along with the Snowflake Secondary School in neighbouring Borough Kensington & Chelsea.
Independent College received equally impressive results, making West Brompton an ideal area for relocating families with children of all ages.