What celebrities live in Kensington Palace Gardens?

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge currently call the palace their home, as do Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children make do with an impressive 20 rooms spread over four storeys.

Where is Roman Abramovich’s house in London?

Eaton Square, an exclusive garden estate in London, is nicknamed “Red Square” because many of its residents are Russian billionaires. Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich and Gazprom chief Andrey Goncharenko are among the oligarchs with properties in the square.

What embassies are in Kensington Palace Gardens?

Diplomatic buildings on the street are: the Russian Embassy at Nos. 6-7; the Embassy of Nepal at No. 12A; the Embassy of Lebanon at No. 21; and the Embassy of Slovakia at No.

Who owns property on Kensington Palace Gardens?

In 2011, Chelsea F.C. owner Roman Abramovich bought 17 Kensington Park Gardens for £90 million. In 2016 the Russian oligarch was granted planning permission for a £28 million refurbishment of the property, adding a subterranean pool and leisure complex and boosting the size of the Grade II-listed home to 20,000 sq ft.

Do any famous people live in Kensington?

Robbie Williams The former member of Take That turned pop superstar has made a home for himself in the beautiful borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Where do celebs live in Kensington?

It comes as no surprise then that one of the world’s most expensive streets is in London, and is home to royalty, A-listers, tycoons and politicians. Unsurprisingly the street is in Kensington, Kensington Palace Gardens to be exact, and runs right along the edge of Kensington Gardens.

Where does Roman Abramovich live now?

Roman Abramovich/Places lived

Where are the most expensive homes in London?

Join us as we take a tour — and find out just who buys London’s most expensive homes.

  • Amberwood House, Knightsbridge: £75 million.
  • Flamant Rose, St Katherine Dock: £1.495 million.
  • South Bank Tower, South Bank: £12 million.
  • St Pancras Chambers, Kings Cross: £4.6 million.
  • Langdale House, Roehampton Gate: £10.25 million.

Why is Kensington so expensive?

“The reason that it is so hard to value and sell these properties is simple, they are a finite resource and one that is extremely sought after within the highest climbs of the London property market.