Visit Small But Beautiful Pimlico, SW1
The area of Pimlico is located in central London, City of Westminster. The small area was built as an extension to Belgravia and much like it is known for the Regency architecture and garden squares.
Belgravia is next to the area to north, separated by Victoria Railway Station. Pimlico is bounded by the River Thames (south), Grosvenor Canal (west) and Vauxhall Bridge Road (east).
One of the notable features of Pimlico is the large number of grade II listed buildings. The grid of residential streets in the heart of the area is designated as Pimlico Conservation Area. Lillington and Longmoore Gardens and Churchil Gardens estates are among the most notable, both designated as conservation areas now.
The private block of apartments Dolphin Square was built in the period 1935 - 1937. At that that time it was the biggest self-contained block of flats in Europe. A number of the Members of Parliament have their homes here.
Pimlico has several Anglican churches, most of which constructed when the neighbourhood was established. More notable examples include St James the Less, St Gabriel’s and St Saviour. Eccleston Square features the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales headquarters.
Pimlico is associated with fine arts, due to the proximity of Tate Britain. Even though it is part of the ward of Millbank, it is within walking distance of Pimlico underground station and as such as considered in Pimlico. Next to the gallery is the Chelsea College of Art and Design, which moved to Royal Army Medical College.
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