belgravia london

Belgravia, London

The prime central London area of Belgravia takes its name from one of the Duke of Westminster’s subsidiary titles, Viscount Belgrave. The village of Belgrave, outside the county town of Chester, in Cheshire, is the home of the Grosvenor family’s ancestral home, Eaton Hall. Belgravia was built almost entirely on the “Five Fields”, part of the land acquired by Sir Thomas Grosvenor in 1677 on his marriage to the heiress Mary Davies.


Belgravia is extremely well located for a range of amenities, including the 350 acres of Hyde Park, the iconic department stores of Harvey Nichols and Harrods, a wide selection of five star hotels, London’s newest restaurants, international music venues, luxury shopping, leading museums, schools and universities, which are all within close proximity.


Whether you are looking for newly refurbished Grade II listed houses or ‘off plan’ developments with penthouses and duplex apartments with 24 hour security and concierge in Belgravia, Sigillus has many interesting options for you according to your specific needs and wants.