Located in the affluent London district of Belgravia, Chelsea Barracks offers a rare collection of apartments, penthouses and townhouses set around five acres of traditional garden squares and complemented by unparalleled amenities within The Garrison Club.

Wellness is a core principle for Chelsea Barracks and this is showcased through the development’s state of the art spa and fitness facilities and outdoor communal spaces.  The development also offers a bespoke capsule furniture collection (in collaboration with famed British design studio Albion Nord) entitled The Chelsea Barracks Collection. The collection is just one of the many assets that sits within the development to showcase the very best of British craftsmanship and celebrate the iconic foundations on which the development lies. 

Steeped in a rich history, Chelsea Barracks was designed in 1855 by Architect George Morgan and it was the first army development not undertaken by the Royal Engineers. Construction began in 1860 having received the royal seal of approval from Queen Victoria and was completed in 1861.

Today, Chelsea Barracks takes its place amongst the world’s most unrivalled real estate developments. Behind the development is global leader in sustainable real estate, Qatari Diar. Spanning 12.8 acres Chelsea Barracks is the largest development site in the SW1 area. A remarkable 40% percent of these 12.8 acres has been allocated to create seven new publically accessible garden squares, 5 acres that will weave themselves into the fabric of Belgravia. 

Qatari Diar appointed master planners Michael Squire, Sir Jeremy Dixon, Professor Edward  Jones and Landscape architect Kim Wilkie to set out the overall concept and framework for the architectural and landscape design. A number of additional architects and landscape designers such as Gustafson Porter + Bowman, PDP London and Ben Pentreath were brought on board throughout the various phases of the project. The project will be executed through six phases, of which three have already been completed. 

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