What and where is Sloane Square?
With its exclusive boutiques, prestigious reputation and truly stunning architecture, Sloane Square is one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, attracting professionals and families alike.
Situated in London’s Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Sloane Square is a vibrant and diverse area and one of the capital’s most luxurious and exclusive shopping destinations.
Formerly known as ‘Hans Town’, Sloane Square offers an abundance of varied properties, lots to see and do, and an unrivalled feeling of exclusivity and affluence.
Average house prices in Sloane Square
Sloane Square is home to a diverse range of properties, from white stucco fronted Georgian townhouses through to modern studios. Properties here bring together a good mix of both old and new architecture.
Other properties in the area include studio flats, converted apartments with plenty of space, mews houses, contemporary luxury developments, stunning pastel painted terraces and Victorian villas.
The average property value in Sloane Square is £1,400,000, with prices ranging from £175,000 through to £4,100,000.
The vast majority of properties sold in the area are flats, however there are also lots of beautiful terraced homes that typically sell for around the four million mark. For those looking to rent in the area, you can expect to pay around £222 per week for a studio flat, £700 per week for a two-bedroom property and £1,022.75 per week for a larger family home.
Living in Sloane Square
Sloane Square is a constant hive of activity and you certainly won’t be short of things to do and see in the area. The famous Venus Fountain, which can be found in the centre of Sloane Square, is the centre stone of the area’s thriving and bustling activity.
When you are not spending time admiring the stunning architecture, this eclectic neighbourhood is the ultimate place to get your shopping fix.
From the Royal Grocers at Partridges and the Farmer’s Market held every Saturday, through to the many beautiful boutiques, top design houses and vintage hubs found on King’s Road, the area offers a vibrant and varied shopping experience.
Once you’ve finished exploring the shops, Gordon Ramsay’s famous restaurant is just a stone’s throw away, providing the perfect spot to refuel and immerse yourself in a fine dining experience. Lots of other high-profile restaurants and eateries can also be found throughout the area.
The Chelsea Flower Show, held in the grounds of the Royal Hospital during May, is another massive draw to the area, with locals, celebrities and even royals descending to enjoy the iconic event.
Transport links in Sloane Square
Sloane Square has a whole host of superb public transport links, so it’s easy to access other parts of London and further afield, quickly and easily. For example, Sloane Square is home to its own tube station as well as Victoria Train Station, which provides access to national rail links out of London.
A number of bus routes run throughout the day and evening.
Schools in Sloane Square
Sloane Square is home to a number of well known, high performing schools, including Marlborough Primary School, Eaton Square School and the Garden House School.
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