5: Sloane Street at Knightsbridge

Sloane Street LondonSloane and Cadogan (pronounced Caduggan) were the two main Chelsea landowners of the 18th century and are names that appear frequently on the streets and buildings in this part of London. Cadogan Estate properties are usually red brick in the Queen Anne style, while the Duke of Westminster's Grosvenor Estate properties are white-painted stucco and often have a porch at the entrance, supported by fluted columns. Some of London's most prestigious shops can be found on Sloane Street.


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Chelsea Houseboats | Bluebird Garage | The Pheasantry | Peter Jones | Sloane Street | Knightsbridge | Apsley House | Hard Rock Cafe | Atheneum Hotel | Bond Street | Burlington Arcade | Royal Academy | Piccadilly Circus | Theatres | Centre Point | James Smith | British Museum | Dickens House | Mount Pleasant | Banksy | Sadlers Wells | Angel | Camden Passage | 108 | Exmouth Market | Hatton Garden | Tram Underpass | Ethical Society | Odeon Cinema | Chinatown | Waterstones | Fortnum and Mason | Ritz Hotel | Green Park | Wellington Arch | Harvey Nichols | Royal Court | Saatchi Gallery | King's Road | Albert Bridge


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