Kensington is an affluent & densely populated area which contains the world-class museum district. The Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science museums leading a range of influential education & research institutions which include The Royal College of Music & The Royal College of Art – All based in Kensington, which has the highest average earnings & most expensive street in the UK, Kensington Palace Gardens.

The area has some of London’s most elite homes & garden squares – Edwardes Sq., Earls Terrace, The Phillimores & Wycombe Sq. as well as some of the finest park space with Kensington Gardens prominently hosting Kensington Palace & The Albert Memorial. London’s greatest concert venue ‘The Royal Albert Hall’ faces the gardens & leads onto one of the finest shopping street in London, Kensington High Street where you will find Europe’s largest organic food hall ‘Whole Foods’, The Kensington Roof Gardens – also Europe’s largest as well as the London home to Sony Music and Universal Music.

South Kensington is the heart of the French community in London with the Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle & French Institute promoting Gallic culture. There is a large American, Spanish & Italian population also & Kensington has been home to a wide variety of VIP’s including Francis Bacon, Beatrix Potter, Jon Malkovich and Sir Alfred Hitchcock.

KENSINGTON PROPERTY – Extraordinary! In Kensington itself the speciality is the tall, elegant Victorian terraced townhouse & mansion block. Massive apartments can easily house families, whilst the houses are out of this world. If you’re looking nearby to Holland Park or to Kensington Gardens, you have to add substantial amounts to already large price tags. All houses around here tend to be extremely fine and it’s hard to find them on the market for long.