On demand rubbish removal service in your area by KwikSweep. Chelsea and neighbouring Brompton are both very wealthy residential areas, sitting entirely within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Kings road, which stretches through the area is the home of high end shops, galleries and occasional restaurants. Chelsea is now a symbol of young, wealthy London, compounded by recent reality shows like Made in Chelsea. Stamford Bridge is another well known local landmark, home to Chelsea Football Club - in keeping with the area, one of the richest football clubs in the world!
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Chelsea once had a reputation as London's bohemian quarter, the haunt of artists, radicals, painters and poets. Little of this seems to survive now – the comfortable squares off King's Road are homes to, amongst others, investment bankers and film stars, and more recently the pop singer Kylie Minogue. The Chelsea Arts Club continues in situ; however, the Chelsea College of Art and Design, originally founded in 1895 as the Chelsea School of Art, moved from Manresa Road to Pimlico in 2005.
Brompton - Charles Dickens, Jr (eldest child of Charles Dickens) wrote in his 1879 book Dickens's Dictionary of London that "[Brompton] was at one time almost exclusively the artist quarter and is still largely frequented by the votaries of the brush and chisel, though of late years Belgravia has been encroaching upon its boundaries, and Belgravian rents are stealing westward."
Brompton has been home to many writers and actors, and those in similar occupations. The Survey of London gives a long list.Survey of London Artists, musicians and writers resident in Brompton, 1790“1870.