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King's Road, Chelsea is a large street that goes through Chelsea into Fulham and it is well known for being one of the most famous streets in London from the 1960s onwards. The street has had shops such as Mary Quant and Vivienne Westward and it is still one of the most popular places to shop. Kings Road is just under 2 miles long and also has a number of residential properties which are highly desirable.
With YourParkingSpace you can reserve parking in Kings Road, such as parking for the day, good value overnight car parking, or a space on a monthly basis. By pre-booking you guarantee yourself a parking space & also save a significant amount of cash when compared to many car parks.
If you own an empty driveway space, underground parking spot, or even a lock-up garage in Kings Road then you could be earning money via putting it up for rent. Garages and parking spaces in Kings Road are in demand, such as daily parking spots for visitors to Kings Road or local residents and commuters in need of long-term car parking.
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Latest King's Road parking reviews
Excellent location for Cadogan Hall. Efficient, friendly person at site. Definitely recommended.Melanie
Great parking space with gate protection. The only reason I'm not giving 5 starts is due to the fact that I didn't receive the code for the gate on due time and actualy had to call them to get the code. I have to say that the lady was very helpful and sent me the code straight away. Would use this space again.Hugo
Really excellent and convenient for Cadogan Hall. Both attendants were polite and friendly. One thing - the postcode showed as Walpole Street on my Garmin satnav. This is actually correct as you can't enter Cheltenham Terrace from King's Road but must enter Walpole Street and go round.Philip
10 min walk to Stamford bridge. Marc was very helpful-even phoned an hour before scheduled arrival time to ensure no problems. Email communication was good. Would I use this again ?Yes. Were there cheaper options available? Yes, however this place was in a secure gated entry location. Only wish one could afford to live there.....Sukhbinder