Chester Square is one of the most desirable and sought-after areas within prime central London. It was one of three sister squares built by the Grosvenor family in the 19th century, the other two being Belgrave Square and Eaton Square.
Chester Square is a stately residential garden square with an impressive list of both historical as well as present residents. Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea FC has purchased property here, and up until her death in 2013, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher lived at No. 73.
Other prominent past and present residents include: George II, King of the Hellenes; Mick Jagger; Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein; and Wilhelmina, Queen of the Netherlands, during World War II.
Culture Home recently acquired one of the more significant properties in this square, and has plans to make it not only one of the most significant, but one of the most desirable as well.
“Chester Square has so much history, it just felt right,” said Tanja Ellis, founder of Culture Home. “I’m so excited to start work on this project since Culture Home hasn’t done something just quite like this before.”
Culture Home’s new property has 6 bedrooms with 4 en suite bathrooms, a drawing room, media room, roof terrace and so much more.
The property is a total of 4,941 square feet.
Prime Belgravia location
Stately home with significant neighbors and history
Area tennis courts, parks, etc. are only for residents’ use