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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Chelsea Bridge is a bridge over the River Thames in west London, connecting Chelsea on the north bank to Battersea on the south bank, and split between the City of Westminster, the London Borough of Wandsworth and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. There have been two Chelsea Bridges, on the site of what was an ancient ford. “

In Chelsea Bridge, what things may you need?

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Chelsea Bridge name before moving in the neighbourhood.

Medical institutions in Chelsea Bridge

Chelsea Bridge has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Lister Fertility Clinic, part of HCA Healthcare UK The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Road, London 3.7 94
All About Spines Chelsea Bridge Road, London 5 1
Chelsea River Practice 23 Embankment Gardens, London N/A N/A
Belgrave Medical Centre 13 Pimlico Road, London 2.8 64
The Battersea Medical Centre Ltd 189 Battersea Park Road, London N/A N/A
Sloane Square Medical – Dr Victoria Owen Sloane Square Medical, 2 Lower Sloane Street, London 5 7
Dr Arjuna Imbuldeniya Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon, West London Knee and Hip Clinic, Kennsington and Chelsea Chelsea, The Lister Hospital 5 10
Urgent Care Centre – The Lister Hospital Ground Floor, Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Road The, London 4.3 26
JSL Yoon The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Road, London 3.9 15
The Lister Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Road, London 3.8 189
مستشفى لستر Chelsea Bridge Road, London 5 1
Professor Zoe Winters – London Breast Health Consultant Breast Cancer Surgeon & Breast Specialist HCA The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Road, London 5 5
Lister Hosptital Delivery Bay 8 Gatliff Road, London N/A N/A
Margaret Thatcher Infirmary Royal Hospital Chelsea, London 3 6
Dr Maria Jalmbrant 11 Sloane Court West, London N/A N/A
Bilal Medicose Handwara Royal Hospital Road, London N/A N/A
Press Club, Patharghata Royal Hospital Road, London N/A N/A
Shejan polyclinic Royal Hospital Road, London N/A N/A
REAL – with The Battersea Clinic Limited 25 Patcham Terrace, London 5 16
thrive 2 Lower Sloane Street, London N/A N/A

Are there many post offices in the region of Chelsea Bridge?

Looking for convenient parcel handling? Having a nearby post office is the optimal solution. Beyond standard postal services, the post offices in Chelsea Bridge can be found by checking out the table below.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Post Office 121-125 Lupus Street, London 4 48
Royal Hospital Chelsea Post Office East Road, London 4.1 15
Royal Hospital Chelsea Royal Hospital Road, London 4.7 222
Sussex Street Post Office 18 Sussex Street, London 2.6 43
Thessaly Road Post Office 178-180 Thessaly Road, London 1.5 12
Battersea Park Road (20) Post Office 20 Battersea Park Road, London 3.7 46
Checkley’s Post Office & Newsagents 20 Battersea Park Road, London 4.3 63

Schools in and around the area of Chelsea Bridge

Having an educational institution close by is a great perk when moving. See the list below of schools located in the Chelsea Bridge vicinity and how they relate to property prices.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Francis Holland School, Sloane Square 39 Graham Terrace, London 4.3 11
Garden House School Turk’s Row, London 3.6 7
Eaton Square Prep and Nursery Schools 55-57 Eccleston Square, London 3.9 19
singing lessons london 247, Wellington Buildings, Ebury Bridge Road, London 4.9 30
Perform Within St Barnabas’ Ce Primary School St Barnabas’ Ce Primary School, St Barnabas Street, London N/A N/A
Potterton Wedderburn House, 93 Lower Sloane Street, London N/A N/A
School of Wisdom SOW Lumley Flats, 115a Holbein Place, London N/A N/A
Carmel Hall Bourne Street, London N/A N/A
English Gardening School 66 Royal Hospital Road, London 5 5
Busy Bees Battersea Nursery and Pre-School next to Sainsburys, Riverlight, Nine Elms Lane, off Kirtling Street, Cringle Street 3.1 16
Munchkins Playgroup Teviot House, 26 Ormonde Gate, London N/A N/A
Henry Lamb Tennis, Battersea 149 Battersea Park Road, London 5 3
Purple Dragon Ground Floor, 30 Gatliff Road, London 4.4 138
St Gabriel’s Primary School Churchill Gardens Road, London 3.3 6
Bright Horizons Chelsea Day Nursery and Preschool 30 Gatliff Road, London 4.1 13
Victoria School Of English 28 Graham Terrace, London 4.6 32
Ringrose Kindergarten 32 Lupus Street, London N/A N/A
Churchill Gardens Primary Academy Ranelagh Road, London 4.9 15
St Barnabas Primary School Saint Barnabas Street, London 4.4 8
LEYF – Angel Pre-School Saint Gabriel’s School, Churchill Gardens, London 5 5

In Chelsea Bridge, what tube and train stations are nearby?

Most prefer transit within a 10-15 minute walk and if there aren’t public connections nearby then this could be something that takes down the price of property or can even deter people from moving in to Chelsea Bridge entirely. Here is a table below so you can see where these connections are for yourself.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Battersea Park Battersea Park Road, London 3.6 50
Sloane Square Sloane Square, London 4.4 177
Battersea Power Station Station Underground Ltd, Battersea Power Station, Kirtling Street, London 4.6 197

Things we love about Chelsea Bridge

Chelsea Bridge has a distinct culture and atmosphere. At Cozee we looked at features that define the area’s vibe like food, nightlife, green space, and more. Whether you love to eat or you love to take part in the night life of a city, Chelsea Bridge has something for your tastes. Explore spots below to get a feel for life here.

What kind of restaurants are there?

Chelsea Bridge is able to produce a large amount of different cuisines if you are looking. Take a look at the table below to find the most popular places to eat if you are a resident of Chelsea Bridge.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The White Ferry, Victoria (PUBLOVE) 1A Sutherland Street, London 4.3 1153
The Orange Pub & Boutique Hotel Belgravia 37 Pimlico Road, London 4.3 1345
La Poule Au Pot 231 Ebury Street, London 4.3 703
Goya 34 Lupus Street, London 4.3 717
Daylesford Organic 44B Pimlico Road, London 4.3 588
Manicomio Chelsea Restaurant 83-85 Duke Of York Square, London 4.3 663
Enoteca Turi 87 Pimlico Road, London 4.3 367
Hunan 51 Pimlico Road, London 4.3 485
Caraffini 61-63 Lower Sloane Street, London 4.3 390
Royal Court Bar & Kitchen Royal Court Theatre, 50-51 Sloane Square, London 4.3 122
Rising Sun Belgravia 44-46 Ebury Bridge Road, London 4.3 383
Duke of Wellington 63 Eaton Terrace, London 4.3 514
Sicily Restaurant 2a Elizabeth Street, London 4.3 2146
Power Station Greek Taverna 161 Battersea Park Road, London 4.3 117
San Gennaro 22 Battersea Park Road, London 4.3 476
The Battersea Barge Nine Elms Lane, Nine Elms, London 4.3 206
The Physic Garden Café 66 Royal Hospital Road, London 4.3 243
Travellers Tavern 4 Elizabeth Street, London 4.3 2700
Mother London Pizza Circus West Village, 2 Arches Lane, London 4.3 591
The Locals Chelsea 8 Gatliff Road, London 4.3 730

Pubs in the area

Being Londoners ourselves, at Cozee, we hold a strong bond with our regular visits to the local pub every week. Why should your experience be any different in your new home? That’s why we’ve thoroughly tested and reviewed all the pubs in Chelsea Bridge. While we didn’t get the chance to personally visit each one, we certainly wish we could have. Here’s the curated list of the finest pubs in Chelsea Bridge.

Pub name Name Address Description
Beer House Eastern Concourse, Victoria Station London SW1V 1JT Station bar, opened as Coopers in 1994, later renamed the Iron Duke, with entrances near the north-eastern corner of the station concourse and in Wilton Road by the bus station. The basic but stylish part stone-flagged, part boarded ground floor bar room, with its high ceiling at the front and seating to rear, has an attractive metal-topped bar counter. Above is an elegant mezzanine balcony and the toilets, which are security coded. Two cask ales are generally on offer. Ales etc can be ordered in two-pint “steins”. The menu includes breakfast butties, snacks, sharers and salads, whilst main meals offered consist of burgers, pizzas and other “non-burgers”. Part of the station and airport Beer House chain.
Brass Monkey 250 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 1AU Formerly the Lord Burleigh and originally an 1852 beer house. In spite of the amusing derivation of Brass Monkey given in the pub printed menus, the association with cannon balls is considered very unlikely and the name probably derives from the tourist-souvenir sets of alloy brass monkeys made in China and Japan in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This welcoming modern single room cafe-style pub narrows back to a small, curved bar and a tiny raised area at the rear. A simple menu of burgers, bagels, fish and chips etc is on offer, including veggie options. Handy for Victoria Station and with comfortable seating, it attracts a good mixed clientele.
Cask Pub & Kitchen 6 Charlwood Street London SW1V 2EE Formerly a Lillington Gardens estate pub Grade II listed, this corner house has been transformed by the current operators into a destination real ale pub. Office workers and tourists from nearby hotels enjoy guest ales on 10 handpumps. There are also about 15 keg beers, including unusual German, Belgian and American craft beers, and a claimed 300+ bottled beers from the UK and around the world. Special events with visiting brewers are held here. The staff in this pub know their beers and will give you a good recommendation if you need it! Burgers feature on the weekday menu plus a small range of bar snacks; Sunday roasts until late afternoon. Branch Pub of the Year 2019. Please note that although there are ten handpumps for cask ale, at quieter times not all may be in use.
Constitution 42 Churton Street London SW1V 2LP Cosy, smart and comfortable wood-panelled single bar pub, the first Italianate, ornate tavern built in Pimlico; by Richard Lacy, dating from 1842. It was customary then to build a tavern first and then radiate out the other properties being built, and this is exactly what happened here in Churton Street. The pub was named after a sailing ship. The site had a makeover in mid-2016 and became under new management. The walls are dark oak with a few pictures, brass plates and mirrors. The floor is wooden with a tiled area around the bar. As well as up to three real ales, there is a wide selection of craft beer in bottles such as the American brewed Blue Moon, Meantime London Pale Ale, Brewdog Punk as well as a variety of bottled ciders. The menu is varied and includes pub classics. There are a number of tables on the pavement area outside.
Gallery 1 Lupus Street London SW1V 3AS A busy traditional pub, almost opposite Pimlico Station, with a lively clientele and hostel accommodation. There is a comfortable, carpeted lounge bar, decorated with interesting prints and offering TV sports. The menu offers a range of classic pub dishes, plus burgers, ciabatta sandwiches and sharing platters, all at prices considered reasonable for the area. Note that post-pandemic, the previous five real ales here had reportedly been reduced to only one or two on offer. Note also that alcohol is not for sale until noon on Sundays.
Grosvenor 79 Grosvenor Road London SW1V 3LA Located above the culverted Tyburn River, the present pub dates from the 1920s and offers a sprawling single bar comprising three comfortable lounge areas and a tiny snug. A large whisky mirror parades its former name, the Spread Eagle, and soft lighting, unobtrusive background music, old maps, horse collars and model ships create a cosy relaxed atmosphere. There are coffee and tea, pool, darts and board games, a piano and live jazz on Thursdays. At slack trading periods not all the ales may be available.
Jugged Hare 172 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 1DX Formerly a NatWest bank and converted in 1996 to a Fuller’s Ale & Pie House with the hallmark mahogany decor and chandeliers. Note the fine Art Nouveau-style light shades; and the marvellous pastiche painting on the wall, where William Hogarth meets Grayson Perry!
Marquis of Westminster 50 Warwick Way London SW1V 1RY This 1839 corner house, last refurbished in 2019, is a modern bar and upstairs restaurant with an impressive marble bar top. Popular with tourists, it also has a strong real ale following to meet local demand. The food offering includes Sunday roasts. A downstairs bar can be hired for functions. Look across the road for the splendid sight of 4 red telephone boxes.
Pride Of Pimlico 85 Tachbrook Street London SW1V 2QA After a brief closure period this pub reopened under Craft Union management in March 2020. This is a roomy and comfortable local, carpeted throughout. It is part of the Grade II*-listed Stourhead House, on the edge of the Lillington Gardens estate, epoch-making as the first low-rise high-density council housing scheme; designed by John Darbourne in 1961 and built 1967-70 (as part of phase II) by Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke for Westminster City Council. It influenced the style of council housing in Britain from the mid-1960s until the early 1980s. There are 5 large TV screens, a dartboard and a pool table. Two real ales; currently no food is on offer. Various drinks offers, see venue website.
Prince of Wales 91 Wilton Road London SW1V 1DW Small, compact single bar corner local, established in 1866 and rebuilt in 1925 with Dutch gable style exterior; renamed Gallagher & Sons from 1993 to 2003. It has an attractively carved bar with central clock above, humorous quotations from drinking legends, and several mirrors on the walls. TV sports.
Queens Arms 11 Warwick Way London SW1V 1QT Airy, square single-bar corner restaurant/pub with a handsome ceiling and pillar and a wonderful four arched, mirrored, wooden bar-back. Now under Brunning & Price management with two keg beers and some unusual bottled beers plus the real ale; interesting and varied menu including Sunday roasts. TV may be on for Six Nations Rugby but not for football. Up a rather long back staircase is a separate dining room. The venue is very much food-oriented but there are some tables where drinkers-only can perch. The pub became the Royal Gardener during the 1970s and early 1980s, then the Slug & Lettuce, then Page, before reverting to its original 1846 name.
St George’s Tavern 14 Belgrave Road London SW1V 1QD Large traditional pub dating from 1831 and possibly the oldest in Pimlico, catering for a mix of tourists, local office workers and those just out for an enjoyable sojourn. It has a fine wooden bar counter and back bar, glazed wooden screens dividing the room and three impressive chandeliers. The real ales are supplemented by keg offerings and Meantime beers stored in three large tanks beside the bar. Nicholson’s standard menu of classic pub food is priced competitively. Note alcohol not for sale until noon on Sundays.
Victoria Taps 27 Gillingham Street London SW1V 1HP This is a large single bar offering three real ales and various keg beers and lagers. Built in 1828 as the Warwick Arms and enlarged some 70 years later (you can see the join on Wilton Road). Renamed in 2015 and again in 2021. Attractive tiled bar, wooden floor, and seating is a mixture of banquettes, chairs, and stools. There is a wide food menu including breakfasts, a kids’ menu, traditional pub grub, pizzas, burgers, and sharing dishes. Note that under the terms of the licence alcohol may not be served before noon on Sundays.
Warwick 25 Warwick Way London SW1V 1QT Single bar gastropub with wooden flooring and attractive tiles on one wall, a lower rear area with comfortable seating and outside tables and chairs below the front awning. There is a quiz on Sunday evenings. Originally a beer house, built in 1842, it was the Princess Royal until 1995 and has since traded as the Orange Kipper and Hedgehog & Pheasant. See pub website for special offers. There have been feedbacks that the ales here focus on amber beers only and further updates are welcome.
White Ferry House 1a Sutherland Street London SW1V 4LD Grade II listed, this end-of-terrace pub, first licensed in 1832 and rebuilt in 1894, comprises a small triangular public bar, matchboard panelled and simply furnished, and a homely saloon with a stripped wooden floor, a panelled counter with bar stools, an ornate wood and mirror back-bar and dining tables with comfortable chairs. Apart from the real ale on offer, the pub has an extensive range of London bottled beers, ordered by numbers. Food centres on burgers and residents of the 74-bed youth hostel upstairs enjoy discounts at the bar. Eclectic range of unobtrusive piped music! Note alcohol not for sale until noon on Sundays. The giant Ei pubs group bought a 51% stake in operator PubLove in April 2017.
White Swan 14 Vauxhall Bridge Road London SW1V 2SA Trading as a pub since the mid-eighteenth century, this is a sprawling corner site, popular with office workers, tourists and loyal regulars. Very handy for the Tate Gallery as it is on the walking route from Pimlico station. The freehold of this site was acquired by McMullen in 2012 and the pub was brought under their direct management in September 2017 and had a substantial refurb in mid-2018. The brewery has increased the number of cask ales available, which focus of course on their own.
Willow Walk 25 Wilton Road London SW1V 1LW Modern ground floor pub extending from just opposite the eastern side entrance to Victoria station back to Vauxhall Bridge Road, with entrances on both streets. The conversion to a pub, from what was previously a Woolworth’s shop, dates from October 1999. Some wood panelling, a fairly low ceiling and subdued lighting create a warm atmosphere. The one TV is usually silent. Prints on the walls give information on local history.

Gyms to stay in shape in Chelsea Bridge

While working from home has increased, so has the frequentation of gyms to help keep in shape. With companies like Better or Pure Gym and others, Chelsea Bridge might help you stay in shape. A great feature to have nearby.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa 354 Queenstown Road, London 4.3 1529
Battersea Park Millennium Arena Carriage Drive East, London 4.3 200
DISTRICT Battersea CrossFit Unit 74, 326-342, 75 Queen’s Circus, Queenstown Road, London 4.3 65
DSQ Fitness Club Dolphin Square, Chichester Street, Pimlico, London 4.3 195
MMADen Battersea Park Arch 68 Queen’s Circus, Prince of Wales Drive, Queenstown Road, London 4.3 58
Très Health Ground Howard Building Chelsea Bridge Wharf, 368 Queenstown Road, London 4.3 2
Be Military Fit GROSVENOR ARCH, London 4.3 15
Boom Cycle – Battersea 1 & 3 Arches Lane, Station Circus, London 4.3 58
Circus West Village Circus Road West, London 4.3 75
Battersea Park Trim Trail Carriage Drive East, London 4.3 14
Dolphin Square Sports Centre Dolphin Sq, London 4.3 6
Urban Battersea Power Station 2, Grosvenor Arch, London 4.3 42
Vista Gym United Kingdom 4.3 N/A
F45 Training Battersea Park 336a Queenstown Road, Nine Elms, London 4.3 39
Circle8fitness Ltd 326-342, 79 Queen’s Circus, Queenstown Road, London 4.3 68
BFT Battersea Arch 73 Queen’s Circus, London 4.3 166
The Gym Group London Battersea Palmer Road, London 4.3 423
CORELAB PILATES UK Palmer Road, London 4.3 7
Carley Small (Yoga and Personal Training) (Lula Activewear) 76 Royal Hospital Road, London 4.3 12
Stevie Purcell Yoga 52 Lupus Street, London 4.3 1

Green space in the city of Chelsea Bridge

One of London’s best features is the large array of public parks and green spaces. See if Chelsea Bridge offers room to explore and maybe take your dog for a walk.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Battersea Park London 4.7 19963
Battersea Park Children’s Zoo Battersea Park, London 4.3 1998
Chelsea Physic Garden 66 Royal Hospital Road, London 4.6 1728
College Court 22 West Road, London 3 3
Thrive Garden Battersea Park, London 4.6 28
English Gardening School 66 Royal Hospital Road, London 5 5
C P G ENTERPRISES LTD 66 Royal Hospital Road, London N/A N/A
Warwick Square 52 Moreton Street, Pimlico, London 4.1 144
Tedworth Square Tedworth Square, London 4.2 18
Grosvenor Gardens Department 133 Ebury Street, London N/A N/A
Burton Court (Private Members’ Grounds) Royal Hospital, Royal Hospital Road, London 4.4 67
Power Station Park Battersea Power Station, London 5 1
Royal Hospital South Grounds Royal Hospital Chelsea, London 4.6 40
Ranleigh Garden Royal Hospital Chelsea, London 5 2
Rosery Gardens London 4.5 12
Orange Square Orange Square, London 4.5 4
Russel Page Garden London 4 9
View of Battersea Park, Peace Pagoda 12 Chelsea Embankment, London 4.6 18
Prince of Wales Garden Huntington House, 11 Palmer Road, Prince of Wales Drive, Nine Elms, London N/A N/A
Ebury Square Gardens 17 Semley Place, London 4.4 177

Museums & Galleries nearby

Art helps discover an area’s culture. Galleries and museums are great weekend enjoyment and you can find where all the fun is happening by checking out the museum and galleries table for Chelsea Bridge below.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Saatchi Gallery Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London N/A N/A
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Road, London 4.5 2504
Royal Hospital Chelsea Royal Hospital Road, London 4.7 222
Heritage and learning hub Nine Elms, London 4 1
The Royal Hospital Museum London 4.4 14
Chez Nova 164 Buckingham Palace Road, London 4.5 8

Where can you buy groceries in the area

Grocery shopping is another important activity you will do if you move into the area of Chelsea Bridge. In the below table, we go over the nearby supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s so you know what the area has to offer for your food shop.

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What kind of things are there to do in the city of Chelsea Bridge?

There’s always something going on in a vibrant area like Chelsea Bridge. For ideas on activities, check Timeout which updates weekly on local events. We’re including a link to their Chelsea Bridge listings to help you easily find stuff happening soon. A great way to get oriented in a new area is seeing what’s around and where. Our map gathers property price details and other info from this article to give you a snapshot of Chelsea Bridge offerings.

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