SW3 London postcode: Residents rate their streets

What is the SW3 London postcode really like? They say it’s all about location, but there’s more to a place than where it sits on the map. Are the parks clean and safe for families? Does the community pull together when it counts? At HomeViews Streets, we think the best way to truly understand an area is to ask the residents to rate and review it! Scoring the transport, amenities, and the community atmosphere, our reviewers have plenty to say about SW3. Here’s what you need to know.

What area is SW3 in London?

SW3 is a South West London postcode covering Chelsea, Brompton, and part of Knightsbridge. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea local authorities run the area.

What London zone is SW3 in?

The SW3 London postcode sits mainly within Zone 1, with part of it extending into Zone 2. To the north-east, you’ll find Belgravia, Pimlico, and Westminster (SW1), with Nine Elms and South Lambeth (SW8) adjoining the postcode to the south-east. Battersea and Clapham Junction (SW11) border to the south, with West Brompton and World’s End (SW10) to the west and South Kensington (SW7) to the north-west.

Is SW3 a good area?

Once you get behind the hype, would you actually enjoy living in SW3? Instead of relying on those with a vested interest to inform your opinion, why not listen to the locals? Our reviewers cover all its main pros and cons, alongside invaluable nuggets of wisdom earned from real-world experience. Where’s the best bakery? Should you avoid certain areas at night? Are the neighbouring households friendly and considerate or do they party into the wee hours all the time? This is what one HomeViews Streets reviewer has to say:

“I wish I could live here forever”

Does everyone else agree? We have randomly picked a few extra samples for you to check out below. Click any icon to head over to the HomeViews hub, where there’s plenty more for you to browse. Want a double helping of juicy details from our huge range of reviews? Simply tell us about your area to unlock everything we have on the SW3 postcode.

SW3, London resident reviews

HomeViews Area Guides

See the area guides on related areas below for HomeViews insights about SW3 and surrounding regions. These pages include the top-rated new homes in those areas and reviews by residents.

There’s been a huge resurgence in South West London’s property scene of late, namely because this is an area of the capital with so much potential. The term ‘something for everyone’ is thrown around wildly, but in South West London’s case it’s actually justified. Read more about South West London

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is up there with the capital’s most affluent areas. It commands top market prices, but its residents can call some of the UK’s most beautiful buildings home. Structures here range from elegant Victorian townhouses, characterised by stepped Read more about Kensington and Chelsea

You’ll spot scenes of Westminster on most London postcards, and it’s little wonder. After all, this place hosts riverside icons like the House of Lords, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. Not to mention the black taxis and scarlet phone boxes synonymous with England’s capital. Read more about Westminster

HomeViews provides verified resident reviews of the UK’s housing developments. We’re working with developers, landlords and the Government to recognise high performers and help to improve standards in the built environment.

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