Much of the area had been marshland, but in the early 19th century, when property outside of the West End started to become desirable, Lord Grosvenor employed architect Thomas Cubitt and the land was filled with soil from excavations for St. Katherine’s docks in the East End of London. Cubitt proceeded to develop the land with grand houses and shops on the major roads, with smaller houses on the side streets. Eventually though, in the late 19th century, affordable dwellings were built locally through charitable housing organisations.
In the early 20th century, Pimlico became a favoured location for political activity as both the Labour Party and the Trades Union Congress had offices there. More development continued until WWII, when many buildings suffered a great deal of damage. Now, primarily a quiet, well off residential area, with over 350 listed buildings, parks, gardens, a popular street market and many churches, it is an oasis of tranquillity in the heart of London, particularly popular with affluent families.
Where in the world is Pimlico?
Pimlico is in the City of Westminster, with Belgravia next door but separated from it to the north by Victoria Railway Station. The River Thames is the southern boundary of Pimilico with Vauxhall Bridge Road to the east and what used to be the Grosvenor Canal, but now a development called Grosvenor Waterside to the west.
It has been home to many famous individuals throughout history including Sir Winston Churchill, William Hague, Bram Stoker, Laurence Olivier and, more notoriously, fascist Oswald Mosely. One of London’s largest theatres, Apollo Victoria, was built there and the Tate Britain is right there on the Millbank.
I’d love some company in Pimilco.
If you find yourself at a loose end in Pimlico and fancy some pretty, attentive and pleasurable companionship, we’re always delighted to provide the utmost in discretion, professionalism and utter satisfaction to our clients in the area. We realise that as a low key, fashionable location, it is essential that our escorts comport themselves appropriately and dress stylishly elegant. You’ll find that our escorts in Pimlico will suit your needs as well as the finest leather glove and will ensure that you feel spoiled and completely happy after your time with them.
What to choose? An incall or an outcall?
If you’re visiting Pimlico, then you’ll want to find somewhere comfortable, luxurious and with excellent service. Being in an area that is known for art lovers, it’s not surprising that one of the best hotels in the area is the Artist Residence. An intimate and charming hotel, close to the Tate Gallery, you’ll find yourself inspired to enjoy their huge, super sized king four poster bed and you’ll most definitely want to share some bubbles and bubbly with a gorgeous young woman in their free standing bath, followed by some slippery fun in their big, rainfall shower.
With all the playing you’ll be doing, you will want to keep your energy up, so why not slip into one of the original old rustic wooden booths, under Parisian street signs, at Pimlico favourite, Grumbles. It was opened in 1964 and is a local’s haunt for very good reason. Not much has changed in respect to its décor since then, but it’s known for its excellent home cooked style bistro food and reasonable prices. After your meal, you might want to stick with the local vibe and head over to The Marquis of Westminster pub for some adult beverages. It may have retained the impression of an old fashioned traditional pub, but downstairs it has transformed into quite a sexy cocktail bar with a dance floor. With a lovely lady escort as your companion, you can warm up for some relaxation and recreation later on.
On the other hand, you may simply wish to indulge in your sensuous delights at one of our conveniently located and easy to find apartments in Pimlico. You’ll find that they are welcoming, intimate, private and you’ll be able to focus on getting exactly what you want and need from your date for the night. Just let us know your preference.
Pimlico Tube Station is a rather modern addition to the underground network. Opened in 1972, it is the only station on the Victoria line that doesn’t interchange with another line. It is actually part of an office block and is located conveniently to access all parts of Pimlico. Otherwise, it’s not particularly a tube station of much note. It is, though, a convenient way to get in and out of the area and means that both locals and visitors can get around London easily. So, if you fancy taking your date out on the town and you want to have a drink, you know you can travel safely and enjoy.