With Halloween just around the corner, children will soon take to streets up and down the UK with the aim of filling their pockets full of sweets.
And the trick or treating children of Kensington and Chelsea will be in for a thrilling evening as they tour the London borough’s magnificent houses – some of which have gone all out for the spooky season.
Photos in the area show houses donning terrifying, yet impressive, facades as they prepare to welcome trick-or-treaters and host Halloween parties for their friends.
From sinister skulls to ghastly ghouls, scroll down to uncover some stunning Halloween decor.
With Halloween just around the corner, we expect to see children and adults alike lining the streets in their fancy dress, but some Chelsea residents have taken in to the next level
While many of us are still searching for a last-minute Halloween costume, the owners of these lavish homes in one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods have clearly been planning their spooky facades for some time.
With cobwebs galore and grim reapers at every turn, FEMAIL takes a look at the best Halloween homes in the borough…
Some Chelsea residents decided to embellish their entrance with a gorgeous golden skeleton, and to make things even spookier, he is wearing a black cloak and holding a matching skull-pointed spear, perhaps to ward off unwelcome spirits…
A wide shot of the same residence reveals some scary white cobwebs at the bushes lining the brick front entrance
Here one local (or perhaps a hired artist) adjusts his decor so that the huge skeleton is ready for Halloween
Almost tropical! This Mexican restaurant has dressed up in some very lively colours, opting for some green foliage and pink flowers in a Day of the Dead homage
Beware! These hanging skulls are sure to terrify – don’t be fooled just because a bunch is hanging amongst some perfectly orange autumnal leaves
Black miniature skeletons hanging above this Chelsea residence with little orange pumpkins hanging around the entrance to create a stark contrast of colours
Another skull lover! A huge white skull centred on an autumnal wreath is sure to scare trick-or-treaters away
A wide shot of the West London home shows the ghastly facade in all its glory – with skeletons causing mischief
Simple, yet effective: While this house has opted for a more subtle look, its dark trees help forge a spooky scenery, as do the tiny fake bats adorning the patio
And this autumnal wreath has a pair of wrinkly hands, to ensure you’re all spooked out when entering this public park
A skeleton perched on top of the front of a Chelsea entrance, sat on top of some medium-sized bright orange pumpkins
This marble-looking staircase has been lined with six medium-sized pumpkins, carefully placed on the very edge of each step
Caution! Dark forces may be lurking near the premises. These owners opted for a less overt decoration but are still sure to raise some eyebrows with this yellow caution tape and fluffy cobwebs