Earls Court SW5

Located in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea is Earls Court. Those living in this Zone 1 location tend to be British, French, Italian or Middle Eastern, giving the area a very cosmopolitan vibe. Earls Court is quickly becoming an extension of South Kensington so expect grand properties, café culture, and fantastic cars.

Property for Sale in Earls Court

There are a lot of garden squares in Earls Court, encased by period terraces. Red brick mansions have mostly been turned into apartments, but some of the large four and five-level terraced houses are still in one piece. There are also several quiet mews tucked away, often where families retreat.

Earls Court is full of flats and apartments, from 1-bedroom to large four-bedrooms. Most people live in flats, it simply suits the area and the majority of the large mansions and terraces have been converted. This should not put families off though – these are by no means your regular flats.

Flats for sale in Earls Court start at around £500,000. For anything over two bedrooms, prices start around £1 million and can go as high as £7 million depending on the number of bedrooms, property, road and finish.

Renting in Earls Court

Many prefer to rent in Earls Court, as it is cheaper than nearby South Kensington. It is popular amongst young sharers who can look to pay anything between £1,400 and £5,000 pcm for a two-bedroom flat.

Three-bed terraced homes start at prices around £3,250 pcm, which escalates depending on the style of the property and location. You will pay more for end of terrace homes, as there is little in the way of semis in the area. Detached properties are also virtually non-existent.

Properties for Rent in Earls Court

Earl’s Court, SW5 Earls Court

Contact Premier Moves London to view this beautiful Studio Flat in Earl’s Court.

Contact Premier Moves London to view this beautiful Studio Flat in Earl’s Court.

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Schools in Earls Court

There are twenty-seven state primary schools in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, along with six secondary schools. However, Earls Court is home to some affluent families, and the vast majority of children are privately educated. There are an array of primary and prep schools, as well as senior and all-through schools.

Earls Court Transport Links

Both West Brompton and Earls Court stations serve the area. Earl’s Court is Zone 1 and on both the District and Piccadilly lines. West Brompton has both tube and National Rail services; it is located in Zone 2 and is on the Wimbledon branch of the District Line. The Overground has trains to Stratford, Clapham Junction, Watford and East Croydon. An annual travelcard to or in Zone 1 is £1,256.