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Sell or let your Belgravia property
Whether you are thinking of selling or renting your property in Belgravia, or if you are simply interested in finding out more about the current property market, our appraisal team can advise you on your next step.
The Sotheby’s International Realty appraisal team have extensive knowledge of the Belgravia property market and access to the global Sotheby’s network to assist in selling or letting your property.
"Very impressed by the professionalism and quality of customer service by Andrew Whelan and Raymar Batten on managing the letting and documentation for me."
"I had the pleasure of working with Shereen Malik who was extremely professional and efficient. Shereen worked hard to secure the best deal for her client and liaised with all parties to ensure one of the swiftest transactions in The Modern House's twelve year history. I would highly recommend."
Rosie Falconer, Sales Manager - The Modern House
Belgravia Area Overview
From humble beginnings, Belgravia has developed into one of Central London’s most fashionable districts, with some of the finest shopping, entertainment and dining options in the world, right on its doorstep.
Located between Westminster and Chelsea, upmarket Belgravia is within walking distance of some of London’s biggest and best landmarks and attractions, including Buckingham Palace, the Natural History Museum, Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall. In addition to its excellent restaurants, there is a wide choice of cinemas, theatres, urban spas, department stores and designer boutiques, catering to every taste and whim.
It is also just a short walk along Piccadilly to reach the numerous draw cards of London’s vibrant West End where you find yet more theatres, opera houses, world-famous eateries, elegant bars and nightclubs.
Transport links here are excellent, too. The Piccadilly line offers a straight run into the airport terminals of Heathrow and easy access to other parts of the capital.
It is hard to imaging that this illustrious part of town was once one of London’s most notorious crime hotspots, plagued by highwaymen, murderers and thieves. This all changed in the 19th century, when Thomas Cubitt drained the waterlogged land, ready to begin building properties for the Duke of Westminster. From that point on, Belgravia’s popularity flourished and it remains a hugely desirable place to live.