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19 Mar 2016  |   Philip Eastwood

Why London’s Chester Square remains a premier address.

Once home to Margaret Thatcher, the grand square in Belgravia continues to attract buyers, notable and otherwise.
If the concrete, chrome and glass apartments being built around Victoria and Nine Elms represent the modern, hard-edged image of London, the grand terraced houses of Chester Square recall a more aristocratic city of old.

Read the full article for Rachel Thompson‘s insight on the draw of Chester Square:
Why London’s Chester Square remains a premier address | Financial Times

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