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Commercial People Asks: Are You Thinking of Renting Commercial Space in Brompton?
The area of Brompton in the boroughs of Chelsea and Kensington has long been known as an enclave for artists and artistic types from as far back as the time of Charles Dickens, Jr.
(PressZoom) - The area of Brompton in the boroughs of Chelsea and Kensington has long been known as an enclave for artists and artistic types from as far back as the time of Charles Dickens, Jr. In fact, the junior Dickens mentioned Brompton in his book, Dickens’ Dictionary of London, as being an exclusive quarter for artists and frequented by followers of the ‘chisel’ and ‘brush’. Today, Brompton is still a charming and bustling enclave, and still has quite a few actors and writers as its residents.
Whether you are thinking of branching out and opening a shop in Brompton or are just starting out with your entrepreneurial aspirations by having an office in the area, you should know that Brompton is an ideal location. But it pays to know as much as you can about Brompton as well.
Brompton, as mentioned, is located within the boroughs of Chelsea and Kensington, and is bordered by the famous Brompton Cemetery, Brompton Road, and Fulham Road. You may already know, Brompton is where the Natural History Museum is located, and it also has the Royal Marsden Hospital and the Royal Brompton Hospital. Some famous streets include the above-mentioned Fulham Road, plus Kings Road and Brompton Road. The area of Brompton is actually spread over a total of three districts – the Eastern portion is within the borough of Knightsbridge, whilst the Western portion is located within South Kensington. Meanwhile, the Southern portion is located within Chelsea.
Brompton’s accessibility and dining and entertainment options
One great aspect about Brompton is its accessibility. From anywhere in Brompton, you have easy access to transport hubs such as the Chatham and Gillingham train stations as well as several bus routes. Brompton also has an interesting High Street complete with shops, restaurants, cafes, and banks. Brompton has a marina and docks, where a lot of people like to go for lunch or just for a quiet sit-down, especially when the weather is good.
The available properties
There are many different properties available to let in Brompton, from shops to office locations and other commercial properties. Additionally, if you are looking for a serviced office, Brompton has a lot of those as well. Serviced offices are a brilliant solution because they’re already equipped with everything you need to run your shop or office – from communications networks such as telephone lines and Internet to reception services and other excellent facilities. If you are unsure where to look for properties to rent in Brompton, you can always turn to commercial property specialists such as Commercial People. Incidentally, Commercial People also offers a great infographic on how to look for the perfect office space for rent, which you can definitely benefit from so you can make the best decision for your needs.
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