Redcliffe Square was built as part of the Gunter estate in the 1860s. The area was mostly farmland before the building development. Redcliffe Gardens used to be one of the old routes through the area, called Walnut Tree Walk.
Robert Gunter initiated most of the development of the estate. Much of the design was by his surveyor George Godwin, working with his brother Henry. The name Redcliffe was chosen due to Godwin's connections with Bristol.
This square was given to the Borough for free in 1949 providing its character was maintained.
Back at the turn of the century, one could buy a full Freehold house in Redcliffe for only £2,000 and nowadays you can't even buy one sq ft of that property.
Over the last two years, the average price for an apartment here is £1,309 per sq ft and the best price achieved was £2,200 per sq ft – not much bigger than your computer screen!
Pop in for a coffee and a chat with Eloise Williams, our sales manager, to run through all the latest and greatest stats for your square or book a valuation.
One of the only public gardens in our slice of Kensington and Chelsea. Redcliffe Square is a beautiful oasis to skip the busy Earl's Court Road and relax. The square comes alive throughout the year with Music Concerts, Theatre Productions and Carol Concerts for the community to enjoy.
Redcliffe Square is a public garden for the community of Kensington and Chelsea to enjoy between the hours of 7.30am until dusk.
No sorry, no dogs here, plenty of squirrels and birds though.
From music concerts, cinema nights and dog parties to theatre productions, we have something for everyone