Pimlico Road is lined with stylish furniture stores, antique shops and trendy galleries. Belgravia is a wealthy neighbourhood in Central London that straddles the City of Westminster and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Terraced stucco homes, garden spaces, embassies, and expansive hotels adorn the beautiful streets. Magnificent terraces surround Belgrave Square and Eaton Square. The Grosvenor Estate encompasses a large portion of it. During the Tudor period, Belgravia was known as the ‘Five Fields’. When Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was eight years old, he composed his first symphony at 180 Ebury Street. James Bond’s fictitious residence was in Eaton Square, while Ian Fleming resided in Belgravia.