As London’s premier home moving service, Cadogan Tate is the discerning choice for the residents and businesses of Chelsea.
Cadogan Tate has been a mainstay of the Chelsea home moving scene for the last 40 years. The chances are that, as a Chelsea resident, you’re already familiar with our service and often see our distinct liveried vehicles in your neighborhood with our moving teams hard at work. Following a free, no obligation pre-move site survey by one of our highly experienced surveyors, our trained team of Chelsea removals and storage experts will carry out your individual move plan with meticulous attention to detail. Ensuring that all of your belongings are packed, moved, installed or stored with the utmost care.
This is why London’s most discerning customers trust Cadogan Tate with their most precious of belongings.
From your treasured childhood toy to priceless antiques and fine art, our moving and storage teams are trained to pack, move and unpack your possessions with the greatest care.
Our teams are all rigorously trained in our West London training facility. Here they learn the best practices that we have refined over 40 years of performing London home moves.
It means that you can trust us to work quickly and efficiently, while paying consummate attention to detail throughout.
Our range of packing and unpacking options is designed to meet a variety of needs and budgets. Please speak with your surveyor to understand the option that will be most suitable for you.
Cadogan Tate’s local storage facilities in London are conveniently located a short distance from Chelsea. We also offer international storage facilities in Paris, the Côte d'Azur, New York, Los Angeles and Miami, where we can store all or some of your belongings for as long as required.
At each of our storage facilities we offer modern, high security storage with state of the art monitoring, access control and fire detection systems. Each can provide containerised storage, secure private rooms and racked commercial and archive storage. Our Chelsea storage facility offers handling capabilities and inventory management where required.Enquire now or call us on 0208 963 4000
Our London based teams and move crews arrange moves in and around Chelsea on a daily basis. With such a wealth of experience, it is entirely possible that over the last four decades we have already moved people into or out of your property before. We can be trusted to make sure your move, whether local or international runs like clockwork. Our intimate knowledge of the local area, parking arrangements and buildings means that we can organise even the most complicated of moves regardless of how valuable your home contents may be or the complexity of your moving requirements. Our excellent relationship with Kensington and Chelsea Council means that, where required, we can arrange for cranes and furniture lifts and even the closure of roads.
Growing from humble beginnings as a fishing village on the banks of the river Thames, Chelsea has a history of well-known residents. Its long association with royalty started when King Henry VIII purchased property and land in the area.
More recently Chelsea’s Kings Road was the centre of the swinging sixties, home to the Beatles, Rolling Stones and birthplace of the mini skirt. Now with its attractive buildings, beautiful roads and some of the best shopping and restaurants in the world, Chelsea is one of London’s premium residential areas.
With its charm and central location, Chelsea has a high percentage of international residents. It is home to one of the largest communities of Americans living outside the United States. The large French population in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has earned it the unofficial title as the 21st arrondissement of Paris.
Chelsea has six neighbourhoods each with their own unique character attracting different buyer profiles.
The central riverside location with a long history of wealthy and artistic residents.
Character: Historic ambiance and waterfront location
Resident profile: International high-net worth couples and families
Best addresses: Old Church Street, Cheyne Walk, Upper Cheyne Row, Lawrence Street
Flat Prices: £2M to £5M
House Prices: £3M to £50M
Dubbed as Chelsea’s ‘Intellectual Quarter’, due to its history, art galleries, library and green spaces.
Character: An oasis of calm, with easy access to sporting areas, museums and green spaces.
Resident profile: a mix of socialites, families, intellectuals, pied-a-terre and investors.
Best addresses: Franklins Row, St. Leonard’s Terrace, Smith Terrace
Flat Prices: £1M to £6M
House Prices: £4M to £15M
A village like neighbourhood, with local shops and a community feel.
Character: A village in the city, with local shops based around Elystan Street.
Resident profile: A younger crowd, Chelsea locals and investors
Best addresses: Markham Street, Jubilee Place
Flat prices: £1M - £4M
House prices: £2M - £12M
The area stretching along the north side of the King’s Road.
Character: International luxury and family homes, a stones throw from the designer boutiques, galleries and Michelin starred restaurants of the King’s Road.
Resident profile: Families and international buyers
Best addresses: Manresa Road, Chelsea Square
Flat prices: £750K - £35M
House prices: £5M - £25M
Gardens and easy access to the West of England make this a popular family neighborhood.
Character: A neighborhood of families and young professional attracted by gardens and green space.
Resident profile: Families and young professionals
Best addresses: The Boltons, Gilston Road, Tregunter Road, The Little Boltons, Harley Gardens
Flat prices: £1M – £10M
House prices: £5M – £80M
Attractive to young affluent residents, with its good transport links via Earl’s Court, competitive property prices and popular “Chelsea Beach” stretch of bars and restaurants along Fulham Road.
Character: Young and energetic with a lively bar and restaurant scene
Resident profile: First time buyers and young families
Best addresses: Chelsea Park Gardens, Netherton Grove, Gertrude Street, Park Walk
Flat prices: £500K – £4M
House prices: £2M – £10M
There are plenty of shopping opportunities in and around Chelsea. The most popular shopping areas are
Very close by you’ll also find Knightsbridge, Brompton Road and Kensington High Street
For details on Ofsted results you can get more details on Find My School
27 Independent Primary and Preparatory Schools, including international schools
For more information on private primary and prep schools in Chelsea see the ISC website.
For details on Ofsted results you can get more details on Find My School
13 Independent Senior Schools, including international schools
There is a huge selection of restaurants in Chelsea from the finest Michelin starred establishments to relaxed fast food and pubs. Trip Advisor is a great place to start if you’re looking for restaurant options in Chelsea.
The oldest botanical garden in London was created to train specialists for plant identification. It continues to be one of the most important centres of botany in the world. The garden is enchanting and its Tangerine Café offers a delicious lunch overlooking the garden. http://chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk/
This contemporary gallery offering free entry has a regularly changing collection of contemporary art, making frequent trips part of Chelsea life. http://www.saatchigallery.com/
Home to the Saatchi Gallery, 30 boutique shops and six restaurants. The Duke of York Square offers convenient shopping, al fresco dining and a Saturday food market, making it a popular weekend destination. http://www.dukeofyorksquare.com/
Starting at Peter Jones department store on Sloane Square and stretching to Stamford Bridge, Kings Road has a vast range of shops and restaurants. Shopping options range from well known designer boutiques to antiques.
Home to the Chelsea Pensioners, the Royal Hospital was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. It is possible to arrange a tour of the hospital with a pensioner. There is also an onsite museum open on weekdays. http://www.chelsea-pensioners.co.uk/visit
The world’s most prestigious flower show runs for a week at the end of May. It is one of the highlights of the Chelsea calendar. Even if you aren’t an avid gardener the show gardens and flowers on display are always spectacular, making it a must attend event for Chelsea residents. Chelsea Flower Show information.
With the long history of the British Army the National Army Museum explores the history of the Army and its relevance today. The museum has a variety of collections and regular events suitable for the whole of the family. https://www.nam.ac.uk/
Located in Chelsea Harbour the Design Centre houses 120 showrooms and 600 brands, making it the largest interior design centre in Europe. If you enjoy interior design or are looking for inspiration for your home it is a highly recommended destination. http://www.dcch.co.uk/
*Interior image courtesy of TODHUNTER EARLE INTERIORS
Our Chelsea storage & removals teams are working in these areas daily. They have an intimate knowledge of the neighbourhoods and excellent relationships with Kensington & Chelsea Council. This means that we make all the arrangements, so that you have nothing to worry about.
If you are moving within, from or to Chelsea get in touch with our team, who will help you every step of the way.Enquire now or call us on 0208 963 4000