My work researching different areas of the country has recently culminated in a new historic brochure for one of the most sought after areas of London - Chelsea Garden Squares
The new brochure has just been published and you can view it here – Chelsea Garden Squares
The brochure looks at seven key squares: Paultons, Markham, Chelsea, Carlyle, Wellington, Tedworth and Queen’s Elm.
Along side the launch of the new brochure, we held an event at our Chelsea branch where I spoke on the history of the garden squares.
My talk was a brief look at the key historic elements of the garden squares – as well as the story of the double murder in 1870 that took place in Paultons and Wellington squares. See the story here
You can also see the first of my contributions to The Resident that will look at the story of each square.
To learn more about the properties available from Chesterton Humberts – click here