We know Fulham.

4.8 (170)
BARONS COURT WE S T BROMP T ON SOUTH P ARK S ANDS END RIVERSIDE P ARSONS GREEN PETERBOROUGH EST NO R TH FULHAM MUNSTER VILLAGE MOORE P ARK E S T HURLINGHAM THE VILLES FULHAM P ARK GDNS CRA B TREE E S T CENTRAL NORTH BISHOPS PARK & ALPHABETS CENTRAL SOUTH

All Fulham areas

Why Buy?

One of the most desirable areas of Fulham with a range of houses including large Lion Houses. There is a distinct village like atmosphere bolstered by a plethora of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants and of course the tube station of the same name.

Parsons Green

"Parsons Green" is located right in the heart of Fulham, and refers to the area immediately adjacent to and encircling Parsons Green itself. It has become very much a brand in itself - distinct from Fulham - and normally comes top of the list for people looking to buy in the area.

In fact, the closer you get to the green itself the higher price you will be expected to pay on a £’s per square foot basis. It being one of the most desirable Fulham locations many people consider themselves to live in Parsons Green first over Fulham. The result is it’s hard to draw a true line of division between what is prime Parsons Green and the surrounding sub areas.

Perhaps one of the most coveted areas of Parsons Green is the Peterborough Estate, located just to the south of the green. Here there are a plethora of large brick houses crested with statues of Lions which give the houses their colloquial name; Lion Houses.

Parsons Green

"Parsons Green" is located right in the heart of Fulham, and refers to the area immediately adjacent to and encircling Parsons Green itself. It has become very much a brand in itself - distinct from Fulham - and normally comes top of the list for people looking to buy in the area.

In fact, the closer you get to the green itself the higher price you will be expected to pay on a £’s per square foot basis. It being one of the most desirable Fulham locations many people consider themselves to live in Parsons Green first over Fulham. The result is it’s hard to draw a true line of division between what is prime Parsons Green and the surrounding sub areas.

Perhaps one of the most coveted areas of Parsons Green is the Peterborough Estate, located just to the south of the green. Here there are a plethora of large brick houses crested with statues of Lions which give the houses their colloquial name; Lion Houses.

Why Buy?

One of the most desirable areas of Fulham with a range of houses including large Lion Houses. There is a distinct village like atmosphere bolstered by a plethora of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants and of course the tube station of the same name.

Why Buy?

Centrally located, large houses in perhaps the most popular area of Fulham. Plenty of boutique shops and cafes to visit, good nurseries and schools close by, plus who wouldn’t want to own an ‘Lion House’!

The Peterborough Estate

Perhaps the most sought after and desirable area of Fulham, right by Parsons Green, minutes from the underground and just off New Kings Road, the “Peterborough Estate” is built on the site of Peterborough House, where Lord Mordaunt entertained the literati of the day until its demolition in 1900, and from which it takes its name.

The red-brick houses on the area’s tree-lined streets are often referred to as “Lion” houses after the lions that sit proudly atop their parapets, the trademark of the estate’s master builder, Jimmy Nichols. Rumour has it Mr Nichols ordered only 100 lions, but when 1000 were delivered he decided to expand the estate rather than destroy the surplus.

The area is well positioned to command some of the highest prices in Fulham, not least because of its location and the size of the houses with some extending to over 4000 sq ft.

The Peterborough Estate

Perhaps the most sought after and desirable area of Fulham, right by Parsons Green, minutes from the underground and just off New Kings Road, the “Peterborough Estate” is built on the site of Peterborough House, where Lord Mordaunt entertained the literati of the day until its demolition in 1900, and from which it takes its name.

The red-brick houses on the area’s tree-lined streets are often referred to as “Lion” houses after the lions that sit proudly atop their parapets, the trademark of the estate’s master builder, Jimmy Nichols. Rumour has it Mr Nichols ordered only 100 lions, but when 1000 were delivered he decided to expand the estate rather than destroy the surplus.

The area is well positioned to command some of the highest prices in Fulham, not least because of its location and the size of the houses with some extending to over 4000 sq ft.

Why Buy?

Centrally located, large houses in perhaps the most popular area of Fulham. Plenty of boutique shops and cafes to visit, good nurseries and schools close by, plus who wouldn’t want to own an ‘Lion House’!

Why Buy?

Large houses close to Chelsea but at Fulham prices, great transport links and nearby green spaces. Plus the convenience of being right by Fulham Broadway, the natural centre of Fulham with all it’s shops, bars, restaurants and amenities.

The Moore Park Estate

Sandwiched between Fulham Broadway with its bars, restaurants and underground station, the famous King's Road and the large open spaces of Eel Brook Common, this area is in high demand. Take a stroll down the nearby section of King's Road and you’ll find dozens of high-end designer interior shops lining the route to Chelsea, and marking the path that Chelsea buyers have been treading on their way to Fulham for a decade.

The property here consists mainly of large, flat fronted three-storey terraces. Good houses are snapped up by families that would certainly have being buying in Chelsea only a few years ago, and younger buyers who can afford the price tag love flats which are so close to the action at Fulham Broadway.

For some, the proximity of Stamford Bridge (home of Chelsea football club) is a bonus and for others a hindrance. The Southerly entrance to the magnificent Brompton Cemetery is only a short walk away on Fulham Road.

The Moore Park Estate

Sandwiched between Fulham Broadway with its bars, restaurants and underground station, the famous King's Road and the large open spaces of Eel Brook Common, this area is in high demand. Take a stroll down the nearby section of King's Road and you’ll find dozens of high-end designer interior shops lining the route to Chelsea, and marking the path that Chelsea buyers have been treading on their way to Fulham for a decade.

The property here consists mainly of large, flat fronted three-storey terraces. Good houses are snapped up by families that would certainly have being buying in Chelsea only a few years ago, and younger buyers who can afford the price tag love flats which are so close to the action at Fulham Broadway.

For some, the proximity of Stamford Bridge (home of Chelsea football club) is a bonus and for others a hindrance. The Southerly entrance to the magnificent Brompton Cemetery is only a short walk away on Fulham Road.

Why Buy?

Large houses close to Chelsea but at Fulham prices, great transport links and nearby green spaces. Plus the convenience of being right by Fulham Broadway, the natural centre of Fulham with all it’s shops, bars, restaurants and amenities.

Why Buy?

Centrally located, large houses on tree-lined streets. Some have potential for extension into the basement, which is becoming more and more attractive financially speaking. Very close to Parsons Green and marginally more affordable (in some cases).

Central Fulham North

This row of tree-lined streets, home to a mix of flats and substantial family houses, normally comes either first or second (after Parsons Green) on the wish list of Fulham buyers. There’s a wide range of property here, from the beautiful semi-detached ‘villas’ on the East side of Lilyville Road, to the flats on Rostrevor Road and Radipole Road. In general the houses are slightly larger than those in Parsons Green (with the exception of the Lion houses in the Peterborough Estate) and can reach up to 3000 sq ft with basement.

Fulham Road itself is the focus of the action – with its cafes, restaurants and bus routes – but Parsons Green is also very nearby.

Central Fulham North

This row of tree-lined streets, home to a mix of flats and substantial family houses, normally comes either first or second (after Parsons Green) on the wish list of Fulham buyers. There’s a wide range of property here, from the beautiful semi-detached ‘villas’ on the East side of Lilyville Road, to the flats on Rostrevor Road and Radipole Road. In general the houses are slightly larger than those in Parsons Green (with the exception of the Lion houses in the Peterborough Estate) and can reach up to 3000 sq ft with basement.

Fulham Road itself is the focus of the action – with its cafes, restaurants and bus routes – but Parsons Green is also very nearby.

Why Buy?

Centrally located, large houses on tree-lined streets. Some have potential for extension into the basement, which is becoming more and more attractive financially speaking. Very close to Parsons Green and marginally more affordable (in some cases).

Why Buy?

Central location close to Fulham Road and Parsons Green amenities. Excellent transport links. Availability of smaller houses on Epple Road and Pursers Cross Road.

Central Fulham South

Different in character to the roads North of Fulham Road, these shorter streets feel cosier and there’s even more variation between them.

Epple and Pursers Cross roads are like identical twins, marking the Eastern edge of this patch and offering mainly smaller (circa 1,400 sq ft) houses that are in short supply across Fulham. St. Maur Road is the best of the bunch. It’s a quiet, well groomed, tree-lined street and home to some really stunning property.

Houses also make up the majority of addresses on Mimosa Street, but Whittingstall, Dancer and Crookham roads contain mostly flats. These three are not quite up to the same standard as the rest of the area, but still highly desirable for first time buyers and young couples.

Central Fulham South

Different in character to the roads North of Fulham Road, these shorter streets feel cosier and there’s even more variation between them.

Epple and Pursers Cross roads are like identical twins, marking the Eastern edge of this patch and offering mainly smaller (circa 1,400 sq ft) houses that are in short supply across Fulham. St. Maur Road is the best of the bunch. It’s a quiet, well groomed, tree-lined street and home to some really stunning property.

Houses also make up the majority of addresses on Mimosa Street, but Whittingstall, Dancer and Crookham roads contain mostly flats. These three are not quite up to the same standard as the rest of the area, but still highly desirable for first time buyers and young couples.

Why Buy?

Central location close to Fulham Road and Parsons Green amenities. Excellent transport links. Availability of smaller houses on Epple Road and Pursers Cross Road.

Why Buy?

Decent sized gardens. Detached houses. Here you can also buy a prestigious ‘Lion House’ for less money than you’d pay in the Peterborough Estate itself. Close to Putney Bridge underground station. Bishops Park and the Thames River Path close by.

Fulham Park Gardens

This small cluster of roads, squeezed between Fulham Road and New Kings Road, lies just to the West of Fulham High Street, once the centre of Fulham. The area has a wide range of property including mansion blocks, flats and large detached and semi-detached houses. It’s the only place in Fulham other than the Peterborough Estate where you can buy one of the ‘Lion Houses’ built by developer Jimmy Nichols in 1900.

This area is also home to Burlington House (now Burlington Lodge Studios), which was purchased by the government in 1885 and turned into a women’s prison before being demolished in 1895.

The close proximity of the underground station at Putney Bridge (District Line, Zone 2), Bishops Park and historic Fulham Palace all contribute towards this area’s status.

Fulham Park Gardens

This small cluster of roads, squeezed between Fulham Road and New Kings Road, lies just to the West of Fulham High Street, once the centre of Fulham. The area has a wide range of property including mansion blocks, flats and large detached and semi-detached houses. It’s the only place in Fulham other than the Peterborough Estate where you can buy one of the ‘Lion Houses’ built by developer Jimmy Nichols in 1900.

This area is also home to Burlington House (now Burlington Lodge Studios), which was purchased by the government in 1885 and turned into a women’s prison before being demolished in 1895.

The close proximity of the underground station at Putney Bridge (District Line, Zone 2), Bishops Park and historic Fulham Palace all contribute towards this area’s status.

Why Buy?

Decent sized gardens. Detached houses. Here you can also buy a prestigious ‘Lion House’ for less money than you’d pay in the Peterborough Estate itself. Close to Putney Bridge underground station. Bishops Park and the Thames River Path close by.

Why Buy?

Very well located, quiet streets that are marginally cheaper per square foot than comparable roads closer to Parsons Green. Close proximity to cafes, restaurants and shops on both Fulham Road and Munster Road.

The Villes

For couples and new families the ‘Villes’ – a group of four parallel streets all ending in ‘ville’ – is a great place to start family life in Fulham.

These tree-lined streets filled, with three to four bedroom Victorian houses, continue to be the stepping stone between a flat and the larger Fulham family homes. Although these roads used to be somewhat better value than others close by, that price now really only applies to Parkville and perhaps Rosaville, if at all. Marville and Brookville are now both extremely sought after, with fully extended houses attracting hordes of buyers.

Their equidistant location from both Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway make them convenient for either and both are only a short stroll away. Whilst Homestead road to the East is a major cut through these roads sit in a relatively quiet backwater.

The Villes

For couples and new families the ‘Villes’ – a group of four parallel streets all ending in ‘ville’ – is a great place to start family life in Fulham.

These tree-lined streets filled, with three to four bedroom Victorian houses, continue to be the stepping stone between a flat and the larger Fulham family homes. Although these roads used to be somewhat better value than others close by, that price now really only applies to Parkville and perhaps Rosaville, if at all. Marville and Brookville are now both extremely sought after, with fully extended houses attracting hordes of buyers.

Their equidistant location from both Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway make them convenient for either and both are only a short stroll away. Whilst Homestead road to the East is a major cut through these roads sit in a relatively quiet backwater.

Why Buy?

Very well located, quiet streets that are marginally cheaper per square foot than comparable roads closer to Parsons Green. Close proximity to cafes, restaurants and shops on both Fulham Road and Munster Road.

Why Buy?

Better value than Parsons green you will get more for your money. The area is pretty with a plethora of streets and arguably the heartland of Fulham. There’s a good range of different properties available from flats to houses and mansion blocks.

Munster Village

A popular group of residential streets making up a sizeable portion of housing stock. Christened 'Munster Village' by, you guessed it, an estate agent, the name seems to have stuck. And it's an appropriate description for this large area of residential streets running off Munster Road itself, which feels very much like its own neighborhood.

Serviced by some great bars and restaurants it's a popular place to start Fulham life. Prices are reasonable (although increase the further South you go) and there's a wide range of residential property, from the small but perfectly formed Victorian cottages on Orbain Road, through the mansion blocks of St. Olaf's Road to the grander family homes on Wardo Avenue and Gowan Avenue.

Centrally located, transport links can be frustrating depending on which road although it doesn’t stop the area being incredibly popular, especially with families seeking sensibly priced houses.

Munster Village

A popular group of residential streets making up a sizeable portion of housing stock. Christened 'Munster Village' by, you guessed it, an estate agent, the name seems to have stuck. And it's an appropriate description for this large area of residential streets running off Munster Road itself, which feels very much like its own neighborhood.

Serviced by some great bars and restaurants it's a popular place to start Fulham life. Prices are reasonable (although increase the further South you go) and there's a wide range of residential property, from the small but perfectly formed Victorian cottages on Orbain Road, through the mansion blocks of St. Olaf's Road to the grander family homes on Wardo Avenue and Gowan Avenue.

Centrally located, transport links can be frustrating depending on which road although it doesn’t stop the area being incredibly popular, especially with families seeking sensibly priced houses.

Why Buy?

Better value than Parsons green you will get more for your money. The area is pretty with a plethora of streets and arguably the heartland of Fulham. There’s a good range of different properties available from flats to houses and mansion blocks.

Why Buy?

Large gardens, large houses and relaxed family atmosphere. Close to the River and Bishops Park. Flats in Bishops Mansions overlook the tennis courts and are reasonably close to Putney Bridge tube.

Bishops Park & The Alphabets

So named because they flow in alphabetical order from South to North – starting, strangely, with ‘B’ for Bishops Park Road – the popularity of these streets running between Fulham Palace Road and Stevenage Road almost exactly mirrors this order, with Cloncurry, Doneraile and Ellerby streets at the forefront.

Gardens here are generally much larger than the Fulham average, and the houses are big too (over 4000 sq ft in some cases), making this area extremely popular with families. Prices have rocketed in recent years, especially on the southern streets, but you still get more for your money than in Parsons Green.

The proximity of Bishops Park, Fulham Palace, the River and Putney Bridge tube go some way to offsetting the slightly out-of-the-way feel, but then many who buy here do so for that very reason. There’s a more laid back feeling in the air, and parking is easier than more central areas of Fulham.

Bishops Park & The Alphabets

So named because they flow in alphabetical order from South to North – starting, strangely, with ‘B’ for Bishops Park Road – the popularity of these streets running between Fulham Palace Road and Stevenage Road almost exactly mirrors this order, with Cloncurry, Doneraile and Ellerby streets at the forefront.

Gardens here are generally much larger than the Fulham average, and the houses are big too (over 4000 sq ft in some cases), making this area extremely popular with families. Prices have rocketed in recent years, especially on the southern streets, but you still get more for your money than in Parsons Green.

The proximity of Bishops Park, Fulham Palace, the River and Putney Bridge tube go some way to offsetting the slightly out-of-the-way feel, but then many who buy here do so for that very reason. There’s a more laid back feeling in the air, and parking is easier than more central areas of Fulham.

Why Buy?

Large gardens, large houses and relaxed family atmosphere. Close to the River and Bishops Park. Flats in Bishops Mansions overlook the tennis courts and are reasonably close to Putney Bridge tube.

Why Buy?

Quiet streets close to South park and not too far from Parsons Green. Better value than property closer to Parsons Green. The river path is also close to hand being a short stroll down Wandsworth Bridge Road.

South Park

The streets around South Park are somewhat varied in character, with the small grid of seven roads between the park and Wandsworth Bridge Road being the most sought after. Two brilliant schools grace this area, Thomas’s on Hugon Road and the Lycee Francais on Clancarty Road, drawing in families from right across London.

The park itself opened in 1904, having previously been farming land. Once used as a training ground in World War II, when air raid shelters were also installed, it’s now home to Fulham’s only public cricket ground and four tennis courts. To book these contact the council’s sports booking people at sportsbookings@lbhf.gov.uk or 020 7736 1735.

The walled park itself is the major draw and if you didn’t know the area it would be easy to miss entirely. Recently it has gone through a large refit with a new arts centre and childrens playground.

South Park

The streets around South Park are somewhat varied in character, with the small grid of seven roads between the park and Wandsworth Bridge Road being the most sought after. Two brilliant schools grace this area, Thomas’s on Hugon Road and the Lycee Francais on Clancarty Road, drawing in families from right across London.

The park itself opened in 1904, having previously been farming land. Once used as a training ground in World War II, when air raid shelters were also installed, it’s now home to Fulham’s only public cricket ground and four tennis courts. To book these contact the council’s sports booking people at sportsbookings@lbhf.gov.uk or 020 7736 1735.

The walled park itself is the major draw and if you didn’t know the area it would be easy to miss entirely. Recently it has gone through a large refit with a new arts centre and childrens playground.

Why Buy?

Quiet streets close to South park and not too far from Parsons Green. Better value than property closer to Parsons Green. The river path is also close to hand being a short stroll down Wandsworth Bridge Road.

Why Buy?

More affordable than central Fulham, large houses, very close to the action at Fulham Broadway, great transport links. Potential for higher than average capital growth with the enormous Earls Court development a stones throw away.

West Brompton

"West Brompton" lies between North End Road, home to a popular and vibrant street market selling fruit & veg at knock-down prices, and one of the finest cemeteries in the country, Brompton Cemetery to the East, home to thirteen holders of the Victoria Cross and the location for various films including Golden Eye and Johnny English.

The real benefits of this area are three fold; Fulham Broadway, with its shops, cinema, restaurants and tube (District Line, Zone 2) is the true centre of Fulham, and only 5 minutes walk. Although not as well-to-do as Parsons Green it is the liveliest and busiest part of Fulham.

Transport links are great, there’s a Michelin star (at time of writing) restaurant, The Harwood Arms, and the massive Earls Court re-development is only a stones throw away so we could see healthy capital gains here as it unfolds.

West Brompton

"West Brompton" lies between North End Road, home to a popular and vibrant street market selling fruit & veg at knock-down prices, and one of the finest cemeteries in the country, Brompton Cemetery to the East, home to thirteen holders of the Victoria Cross and the location for various films including Golden Eye and Johnny English.

The real benefits of this area are three fold; Fulham Broadway, with its shops, cinema, restaurants and tube (District Line, Zone 2) is the true centre of Fulham, and only 5 minutes walk. Although not as well-to-do as Parsons Green it is the liveliest and busiest part of Fulham.

Transport links are great, there’s a Michelin star (at time of writing) restaurant, The Harwood Arms, and the massive Earls Court re-development is only a stones throw away so we could see healthy capital gains here as it unfolds.

Why Buy?

More affordable than central Fulham, large houses, very close to the action at Fulham Broadway, great transport links. Potential for higher than average capital growth with the enormous Earls Court development a stones throw away.

Why Buy?

Good value compared to the rest of Fulham, the train station at Imperial Wharf, long term potential, particularly considering further planned riverside developments. Plus the proximity to the river path and closer (a stroll) to Chelsea, the area is getting very popular.

Sands End

Making up the southeast corner of Fulham, Sands End was once the thriving industrial powerhouse of the area, with an immense power station (demolished in the 1980’s), oil depot, numerous factories and a huge gasworks that still stands to this day and is home to the oldest working gas holder in the world.

Named after the sandy banks of Chelsea Creek or the earliest known landowner, John de Saundeford, depending on who you ask, Sands End was once a marshland and has always had difficulty competing with other areas of Fulham.

But with the riverside developments and new railway station at Imperial Wharf and the relatively affordable housing (compared to the rest of Fulham) the area is very popular, especially with first time buyers. Further large developments are planned along the river between Wandsworth Bridge and Imperial Wharf, so buying here could well pay off in the long term.

Sands End

Making up the southeast corner of Fulham, Sands End was once the thriving industrial powerhouse of the area, with an immense power station (demolished in the 1980’s), oil depot, numerous factories and a huge gasworks that still stands to this day and is home to the oldest working gas holder in the world.

Named after the sandy banks of Chelsea Creek or the earliest known landowner, John de Saundeford, depending on who you ask, Sands End was once a marshland and has always had difficulty competing with other areas of Fulham.

But with the riverside developments and new railway station at Imperial Wharf and the relatively affordable housing (compared to the rest of Fulham) the area is very popular, especially with first time buyers. Further large developments are planned along the river between Wandsworth Bridge and Imperial Wharf, so buying here could well pay off in the long term.

Why Buy?

Good value compared to the rest of Fulham, the train station at Imperial Wharf, long term potential, particularly considering further planned riverside developments. Plus the proximity to the river path and closer (a stroll) to Chelsea, the area is getting very popular.

Why Buy?

Value for money, potential for capital gain if you’re shrewd, proximity to Fulham Broadway (if you’re in the Southerly section).

North Fulham

You get more space for your money in this triangular patch of roads than pretty much anywhere else in Fulham. The westerly grid (Delaford to Estcourt) is affected by the towering presence of Clem Atlee Court – a vast council estate built in 1957 – which is an eye-sore but certainly not the criminal hot-bed it may once have been.

The roads off North End Road (Haldane to Shorrolds) are now very popular and increasingly achieving top prices, being very close to Fulham Broadway and having been over looked by most buyers until only recently.

Mirabel Road consists mainly of rented flats, with the northern end being more over-looked by the Clem Atlee. Parallel to it, Fabian and Hartismere are both popular for houses and flats, but still trade at lower prices than more in-demand streets closer to central Fulham.

North Fulham

You get more space for your money in this triangular patch of roads than pretty much anywhere else in Fulham. The westerly grid (Delaford to Estcourt) is affected by the towering presence of Clem Atlee Court – a vast council estate built in 1957 – which is an eye-sore but certainly not the criminal hot-bed it may once have been.

The roads off North End Road (Haldane to Shorrolds) are now very popular and increasingly achieving top prices, being very close to Fulham Broadway and having been over looked by most buyers until only recently.

Mirabel Road consists mainly of rented flats, with the northern end being more over-looked by the Clem Atlee. Parallel to it, Fabian and Hartismere are both popular for houses and flats, but still trade at lower prices than more in-demand streets closer to central Fulham.

Why Buy?

Value for money, potential for capital gain if you’re shrewd, proximity to Fulham Broadway (if you’re in the Southerly section).

Why Buy?

Ghandi lived here. Transport links into London are much better than elsewhere in Fulham with the Piccadilly line close to hand. A good choice of flats and Vicotorian mansion flats. Plus a great cafe, C’est Ici, just by the tube station.

Barons Court

Rather more affordable than Fulham itself, Barons Court (part of the W14 post code) has a lot going for it. The Piccadilly line can be reached at Barons Court station, which along with West Kensington station and the nearby A4, makes transport this area’s strong suit.

A quiet idyll most of the year, Queens tennis club makes its presence felt in summer, when the famous ‘Queens’ tournament takes place in the run up to Wimbledon – drawing in top players from around the world. Local residents get free evening access too. Mahatma Ghandi lived here as a student, paying regular visits to the church on Challoner Street, now one of London’s foremost Indian cultural centres, offering courses in yoga and meditation.

A great deal of the property here was built by Sir William Palliser, who named the roads after himself and his Irish family associations; Fairholme, Charleville and Comeragh.

Barons Court

Rather more affordable than Fulham itself, Barons Court (part of the W14 post code) has a lot going for it. The Piccadilly line can be reached at Barons Court station, which along with West Kensington station and the nearby A4, makes transport this area’s strong suit.

A quiet idyll most of the year, Queens tennis club makes its presence felt in summer, when the famous ‘Queens’ tournament takes place in the run up to Wimbledon – drawing in top players from around the world. Local residents get free evening access too. Mahatma Ghandi lived here as a student, paying regular visits to the church on Challoner Street, now one of London’s foremost Indian cultural centres, offering courses in yoga and meditation.

A great deal of the property here was built by Sir William Palliser, who named the roads after himself and his Irish family associations; Fairholme, Charleville and Comeragh.

Why Buy?

Ghandi lived here. Transport links into London are much better than elsewhere in Fulham with the Piccadilly line close to hand. A good choice of flats and Vicotorian mansion flats. Plus a great cafe, C’est Ici, just by the tube station.

Why Buy?

Falling within the W6 postcode and thought of as Fulham on a budget, good houses more affordable than their SW6 rivals. Proximity of the river is a big draw too, as are the slightly wider Edwardian houses, which cannot be found in Fulham proper. Potential for capital growth.

Crabtree Estate

In the northwest corner of Fulham close to the enormous Charring Cross Hospital, this area once belonged to Fulham's last farmer, Edward Matyear, who owned Crabtree Farm. His land stretched from Crabtree Lane in the South to Colwith Road in the North, and the area is named after the crab apple trees that grew there. Upon his death in 1910 he left the land to the King Edward VII Hospital Fund, who then sold it to local developers Allen & Norris. They built the estate that stands to this day, although back then you could pick up a house for the princely sum of £285 each.

The close proximity of Hammersmith underground station (District Line, Piccadilly Line and Hammersmith & City Line, Zone 2), the Thames path and a Michelin star restaurant, The River Cafe (where Jamie Oliver began his career) make this a popular area.

Property is much more affordable here than elsewhere in Fulham and is a good compromise if you need more space.

Crabtree Estate

In the northwest corner of Fulham close to the enormous Charring Cross Hospital, this area once belonged to Fulham's last farmer, Edward Matyear, who owned Crabtree Farm. His land stretched from Crabtree Lane in the South to Colwith Road in the North, and the area is named after the crab apple trees that grew there. Upon his death in 1910 he left the land to the King Edward VII Hospital Fund, who then sold it to local developers Allen & Norris. They built the estate that stands to this day, although back then you could pick up a house for the princely sum of £285 each.

The close proximity of Hammersmith underground station (District Line, Piccadilly Line and Hammersmith & City Line, Zone 2), the Thames path and a Michelin star restaurant, The River Cafe (where Jamie Oliver began his career) make this a popular area.

Property is much more affordable here than elsewhere in Fulham and is a good compromise if you need more space.

Why Buy?

Falling within the W6 postcode and thought of as Fulham on a budget, good houses more affordable than their SW6 rivals. Proximity of the river is a big draw too, as are the slightly wider Edwardian houses, which cannot be found in Fulham proper. Potential for capital growth.

Why Buy?

Living on the river always attracts a premium and the benefits are rewarding. The new station at Imperial Wharf has certainly been a bonus. Proximity to Chelsea. The views!

Fulham Riverside

Although the Thames is bristling with swanky riverside developments and Fulham is virtually encapsulated on three sides by the river there isn’t a great deal of space for such projects to take root in the borough. However there is a stretch of the river in the south east of Fulham, which is the exception. Here lies a mammoth, award winning riverside development, Imperial Wharf, which sits just to the south of Chelsea Harbour within its own grounds. To the west another enormous riverside block was recently finished that now occupies the site of an old Sainsbury’s supermarket, which now housed on the ground floor, is truly cavernous. To the north of Imperial Wharf and close to Chelsea Creek the old gasworks site is also under construction.

There’s also scope and plans for more developments on the site of the current concrete works by Wandsworth Bridge and the large adjacent Currys/PCworld site. Watch this space!

Fulham Riverside

Although the Thames is bristling with swanky riverside developments and Fulham is virtually encapsulated on three sides by the river there isn’t a great deal of space for such projects to take root in the borough. However there is a stretch of the river in the south east of Fulham, which is the exception. Here lies a mammoth, award winning riverside development, Imperial Wharf, which sits just to the south of Chelsea Harbour within its own grounds. To the west another enormous riverside block was recently finished that now occupies the site of an old Sainsbury’s supermarket, which now housed on the ground floor, is truly cavernous. To the north of Imperial Wharf and close to Chelsea Creek the old gasworks site is also under construction.

There’s also scope and plans for more developments on the site of the current concrete works by Wandsworth Bridge and the large adjacent Currys/PCworld site. Watch this space!

Why Buy?

Living on the river always attracts a premium and the benefits are rewarding. The new station at Imperial Wharf has certainly been a bonus. Proximity to Chelsea. The views!

Why Buy?

Well located, quiet streets with large properties an easy walk of Parsons Green. Putney Bridge underground is close to hand as is the river and most importantly the highly coveted Hurlingham Club. One of Fulham’s most prestigious addresses.

Hurlingham

A prestigious group of 6 streets in an enviable location right next to the West entrance to the enormous and coveted Hurlingham Club. Becoming a member there is stuff of local legend. There has been talk of the waiting list to be over 30 years long with many inheriting their memberships from family connections. It has been reported that even Roman Abramovich (the owner of nearby Chelsea Football club) wanted to buy the club, though was refused.

Situated in the southern part of Fulham the spot is close to the river, Putney Bridge underground station and an easy walk to Parsons Green where there is a plethora of local restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. The cluster of roads are made up of some of the largest Victorian semi-detached properties in Fulham, an enormous block called Napier Court, now home to many wealthy Fulhamites and also the very popular Rivermead Court that overlooks the river with it’s own communal gardens.

Perhaps one of the original wealthiest areas of Fulham this little enclave is the spot, if you can afford it!

Hurlingham

A prestigious group of 6 streets in an enviable location right next to the West entrance to the enormous and coveted Hurlingham Club. Becoming a member there is stuff of local legend. There has been talk of the waiting list to be over 30 years long with many inheriting their memberships from family connections. It has been reported that even Roman Abramovich (the owner of nearby Chelsea Football club) wanted to buy the club, though was refused.

Situated in the southern part of Fulham the spot is close to the river, Putney Bridge underground station and an easy walk to Parsons Green where there is a plethora of local restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. The cluster of roads are made up of some of the largest Victorian semi-detached properties in Fulham, an enormous block called Napier Court, now home to many wealthy Fulhamites and also the very popular Rivermead Court that overlooks the river with it’s own communal gardens.

Perhaps one of the original wealthiest areas of Fulham this little enclave is the spot, if you can afford it!

Why Buy?

Well located, quiet streets with large properties an easy walk of Parsons Green. Putney Bridge underground is close to hand as is the river and most importantly the highly coveted Hurlingham Club. One of Fulham’s most prestigious addresses.

Get a free no obligation property valuation

BOOK A VALUATION