Set on the north bank of The Thames, this affluent part of the city, filled with plenty of green space, is one of the most sought after and affluent areas in London.
Home to both Craven Cottage and Stamford Bridge, Fulham is a favourite with football fans and comes to life on match days. There are a wide range of chic bars, traditional pubs and delectable eateries that line these tree lined south west London streets, including Amuse Bouche, The White Horse and The Harwood Arms, the only pub in London to receive a Michelin Star.
With green spaces aplenty, from Bishops Parks and Eel Brook Common to South Park and Parsons Green, there is ample opportunity for residents to take a break from city life and enjoy some time outdoors. The Hurlingham, an exclusive members club, also provides ample opportunity to relax in luxury and style.
Fulham is home to one of the capital’s Royal Parks, Brompton Cemetery. The burial ground to lots of celebrities and famous names of the past, this spot provides some welcome respite from city life and an informative stroll in the heart of Fulham. Fulham Palace, another famous landmark, is often frequented by royals and is a great local tourist spot.
Surprisingly to some, Fulham is in a very central location and is in close proximity to both Kensington and Chelsea. Serviced by four tube stations – Parsons Green, West Brompton, Fulham Broadway and Putney Bridge – the area is also well connected to the city via the District Line and is facilitated by the London Overground from West Brompton and Imperial Wharf.
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