Belgrave Square – a Dream Location for Your Business?

Think of working in London, and what springs to mind? The hustle and bustle and fast-paced city life? You’re not alone. But deep in the heart of southwest London, there is a haven of calm sophistication, nestled amongst a tranquil green backdrop. Belgrave Square in Belgravia SW1 is a gem of a location for anyone considering setting up an office in this sought-after district of London. Join us as we explore just why this might be.

The district of SW1 has so much to offer. From Buckingham Palace and St James’s Park to Pall Mall and the Houses of Parliament, it is probably one of the most renowned areas of London, making it a popular draw for businesses and visitors alike.

Honing in on Belgravia, which sits shoulder to shoulder with Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Sloane Square, this is one of central London’s most affluent districts. Its elegant streets are lined with international embassies, sophisticated hotels, listed townhouses and beautiful garden squares, one of the most popular being Belgrave Square Garden.

The area is also brimming with trendy galleries, antique shops and stylish furniture stores, as well as fine-dining eateries and upmarket delis and cafés, all serving the area’s wealthy international residents.

What makes an office in Belgrave Square London so attractive?

Location must always be a prime consideration for any business. Being close to exceptional transport links is essential for the workforce and clientele alike, and having access to green spaces during the working day has become a top consideration in recent times.

Belgrave Square stretches 200 metres across. It is made up of four terraces, each consisting of eleven grand stuccoed houses. The southeast terrace is slightly different, divided into twelve. There are detached mansions in three corners, and the entire estate is set around a private central garden, Belgrave Square Garden.

The square offers close proximity to Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner Underground Stations on the Piccadilly Line, the transport interchange on Victoria on the Victoria, District and Circle lines and Gatwick Express and Mainline Rail.

The beauty of Belgrave Square Garden

Belgrave Square Garden sits directly southwest of Hyde Park Corner. The leafy pride and joy of Belgravia, the garden covers four-and-a-half acres of private land, all designed by renowned British architect George Basevi and first planted by British master builder Thomas Cubitt in 1826.

The sumptuous garden features large plane trees, some of which date back to the original planting. Walk amongst beautiful wisteria-covered pergolas, enjoying the pretty rose bushes as you go. There is a tennis court and a children’s play area and, with Belgrave Square Garden committed to public art, there are often temporary art installations to enjoy too.

Belgrave Square Garden is exclusive to those who reside within the Grosvenor Estate of Belgravia, who are invited to apply for membership to gain access.

Other green spaces close to Belgrave Square include Eaton Square Gardens and Lowndes Square Gardens, again limited to residents of the area. The sprawling 350-acre Hyde Park is also just a short walk away. Open to the public, it provides a welcome getaway from city life for walkers, cyclists, joggers and open-air swimmers.

Offices in Belgrave Square, London

Belgravia and Belgrave Square present some of the most spectacular architecture that London has to offer.

The entire area of London SW1 in fact, is brimming with elegant mansion blocks, apartment buildings and Victorian residences, with many beautiful listed buildings converted into offices, a lot of which offer appealing facilities, such as parking, commissionaires, shower facilities, security, natural light, passenger lifts and high-speed internet.

One such property is 14-15 Belgrave Square, Belgravia, London SW1X. Featuring impressive offices with four-metre ceiling heights, this Belgrave Square office space offers shared meeting rooms, ground floor reception facilities and commissionaire services.


Situated on the southwest side of the splendid Belgrave Square, this property is well-served by the London Underground as well as Mainline Rail. The building has been upgraded and comprehensively redecorated, and re-carpeted. Large windows flood the space with natural light, whilst the kitchen facilities are a welcome feature for occupants. There is also central heating and a passenger lift.

Office space comprises a first floor, which is available in part or in its entirety, and a second floor, which is self-contained and arranged as three connecting rooms in an open plan layout.

Looking for office space in Belgrave Square, London? Talk to Mellersh & Harding, the London property specialists.

If we have whetted your appetite for office space in one of the most impressive districts of London, why not talk to the experts at Mellersh & Harding to see what is available in Belgrave Square? With a vast portfolio of offices to rent or buy in London’s most revered districts, you are certain to find the perfect setting for your business. To discuss your specific requirements, you are welcome to contact our dedicated team on 020 7522 8500.



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