Set in the heart of the Royal London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Queen’s Gate was built on land purchased by the Royal Commissioners for The Great Exhibition of 1851. The road is a boulevard in style and stretches to approximately 1 km in length, with the architectural designs varying along its length. The northern stretch features grand terraced homes on the west side and independently designed attached buildings on the east side.
Located just a stone’s throw from The Natural History, V&A and Science Museums, as well as Imperial College campus and the Royal College of Music. Hyde Park is also within easy reach, as are The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, and Serpentine Gallery.
The world-famous Harrods store is just ten minutes away on foot, while the districts of High Street Kensington, Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, and Notting Hill are all within easy reach and offer outstanding luxury shopping, alongside a range of restaurants and entertainment.