Why South West London?

The cultural heart of London

Home to the ambitious, the influential and the famous, South West London has long been associated with the capital’s most distinguished residents.

Chelsea, along with neighbouring Fulham and Kensington, are amongst the UK's most desirable residential areas. Over the years, the likes of Oscar Wilde, Steve McQueen and Stella McCartney have set up home in this part of London. They did so for the same reasons as everyone else - classic British architecture, eclectic green spaces, world-leading education and a gentle, sophisticated way of life.

South West London is boutique shopping on King's Road, brisk run along the Thames and meeting friends to sample the latest creations at The Ivy Chelsea. It's finding that perfect, one-off coffee table in the Chelsea Design Quarter, then strolling home via the Saatchi Gallery or the Victoria & Albert Museum. It's distinctive village living in one of the world's greatest cities.

The best of British education

Chelsea and nearby Battersea, Fulham and Kensington offer some of the finest education opportunities in London.

Chelsea Botanica's South West London location means a wide choice of renowned nurseries, schools and universities are close by. Those who are studying in the area will come home to The Atelier, with its range of Wi-Fi-enabled flexible working spaces, including the unique woodland work pods outside in The Hive. All this with the security of a 24-hour concierge service to help look after life's little details.