Originally Knightsbridge was a series of fields that connected the villages of Chelsea and Kensington, through which the now re-diverted Westbourne River flowed.

Eaton Place, Belgravia, SW1

Belgravia

An exceptional lateral apartment situated on the second floor of this fine part stuccoed period terrace.

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2207 sq ft
  • Leasehold

£7,850,000 STC

Trevor Square, Knightsbridge SW7

Knightsbridge

A handsome Grade II listed townhouse situated in this prime Knightsbridge Garden Square.

  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2627 sq ft
  • Freehold

£6,500,000 STC

Dunraven Street, Mayfair W1

A sensational penthouse apartment covering 1,816 square feet renovated to an exacting standard throughout. Beautifully presented with bespoke furnishings ready ...

  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1816 sq ft
  • Share of Freehold

£6,000,000 STC

The Bromptons, Fulham Road, Chelsea

Chelsea

An exceptional two bedroom split level apartment situated on the first floor of the principle building in this Landmark Grade ...

  • 2 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2015 sq ft
  • Share of Freehold

£4,295,000 STC

Egerton Crescent, Knightsbridge, SW3

Following a significant reconfiguration this wonderful family home now covers 5,343 square feet and is beautifully presented ready for occupation.

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5343 sq ft
  • To Let

£12,950 pw

Montpelier Square, Knightsbridge, SW7

London

A sensational five bedroom property covering approximately 4,200sq ft., located in this prime Knightsbridge Square. The property has undergone an ...

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 4144 sq ft
  • To Let

£11,500 pw

Beaufort Gardens, Knightsbridge SW7

London

An immaculate three bedroom first floor apartment located in a prime Knightsbridge street moments from Harrods.

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • To Let

£9,500 pw

Ennismore Gardens, Knightsbridge

A prime Knightsbridge house covering 4,057 square feet due to come to the rental market in March 2020. Prior to ...

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4057 sq ft
  • To Let

£6,250 pw

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Montpelier Street-based Nicolas Van Patrick (NVP) have purchased Hobart Slater, one of the original two estate agents specialising in the Knightsbridge area since 1981.

Knights-bridge was called thus because of the bridge across the river, as it flowed from the base of the Serpentine at Hyde Park Corner, on into the Thames near Sloane Square.

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It is said that knights would use the bridge as they came to London before leaving for the crusades, to seek a blessing from the Bishop of Fulham.

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Happy New Year! We're kicking off 2020 with a new blog post on how real emotion seems to be returning to the housing market - which may not always be easy but we think is a very good sign https://bit.ly/2QBT7GN

As we all wind down for Christmas, we at NVP would like to wish all our friends and followers a very Happy Holidays!

ON THE BLOG: Why we've expanded our lettings division. Here's a clue: the prime rental market isn't exactly weak right now... https://bit.ly/2PStTSG

Happy to report a record number of rental renewals recently for NVP. We put this down to our 1st class property management service and lack of prime rental stock in the area. Let us know if you have a property sitting un-let or becoming available, we'd be delighted to assist!

We've said it before (possibly numerous times) but who doesn't love a smart red brick building? And the light filled two bed apartment available to buy in this period block boasts views over both Evelyn Gardens and the pretty rooftops of Chelsea https://bit.ly/37CmMGl

The bridge NVP provides these days is between buyer and seller, market to market, cycle to cycle and locale to locale.

We are a nexus between the different areas of the Royal Borough, bridging Chelsea and Kensington in the same way as the original open land that became Knightsbridge.