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.
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Why London’s Chester Square remains a premier address | Financial Times