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.
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’!
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.
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 location close to Fulham Road and Parsons Green amenities. Excellent transport links. Availability of smaller houses on Epple Road and Pursers Cross Road.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Value for money, potential for capital gain if you’re shrewd, proximity to Fulham Broadway (if you’re in the Southerly section).
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.
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.
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!