Brompton Road

The triangle bounded by Kensington Road and Brompton Road forms a typically Georgian residential area, laid out around three squares: Trevor Square (1818), Brompton Square (1826) and Montpelier Square (1837). The houses, with stuccoed ground floors and brick upper floors, are decorated with narrow windows and magnificent balconies. Between these squares is a tracery of narrow streets, railings closing off small flower gardens around which are small cottages (Rutland Street).

Useful information

Address:

Brompton, SW1 London

Nearby tourist attractions

Knightsbridge
Knightsbridge
London
1:30
Harrods Harrods
Harrods
London
0:30
St Columba's
St Columba's
London
0:15
Brompton Oratory (Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary - Oratory of St Philip Neri)
Brompton Oratory (Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary - Oratory of St Philip Neri)
London
0:15
Victoria and Albert Museum Victoria and Albert Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
London
3:00
Science Museum
Science Museum
London
3:00
See all