At just 2.5 square miles, the Westminster postcode yields influence as the beating heart of British politics, monarchy, and commerce. It’s no surprise residents flock to prestigious addresses within.
Late Victorian developments offer heritage-style apartment living. Converted in the 1880s, flats sell from £650,000-£1.2M according to Savills. Residents enjoy gardens and prime locations steeped in history.
Along grand government corridors, luxury houses fetch millions. Data from LonRes shows recent sales of homes overlooking iconic parks. Amenities abound, from green spaces to culture – the UK Parliament website provides lively local info on both (parliament.uk).
Ultra-luxury high-rise towers attract global citizens. Rentals in some start at £2,500 monthly, with amenities like pools and gyms.
Whether in traditional flats, stately homes or sky-high penthouses, residents exclusively access world-class culture, parks, and transit. No wonder Rightmove data shows record prices in this small but strategically important area – take a virtual tour via westminster.gov.uk to explore its enduring appeal.