West of Chelsea and just north of the River Thames, Fulham, SW6, is one of the most popular residential property areas in London. Property prices are some of the highest in the city, and the area has a thriving range of luxury shops and restaurants catering to wealthy local clientele. The population is diverse, from young professionals to diplomats working in the nearby embassies.
If you have a property in Fulham and you are looking to sell it, or let it out, you can be sure that there will be many people wishing to view it. To get the most from your property you need the right help. Our Fulham estate agency team will help you market your property and find the best buyer or tenant. Also, if you're looking to buy or rent a property in Fulham, you will find it is an area with a lot to offer and our team have the local knowledge and property expertise to help you find the perfect property.
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A number of tube stations link the area to the rest of the city and the bus network also links the borough to Clapham in South London and Hammersmith in the West.. Parts of Fulham are also easy to access by bus or foot from the surrounding areas of Chelsea, Kensington and Knightsbridge. The bus network also links the borough to Clapham in South London and Hammersmith in the West.
Fulham has a number of parks and open green areas, including Bishops Park and the historic Fulham Palace. This Grade I listed former home of the Bishop of London has extensive grounds, offering beautiful summer strolls and picnics.
Fulham is also home to the exclusive Hurlingham Club, in Hurlingham Park. This infamous members' club is considered to be the home of polo, which was reportedly first played there in 1874. The waiting list to join the club is currently over ten years long. The area boasts a number of high end organic shops and farmers markets, including the North End Road fruit and veg stores, and a branch of the premium American supermarket Whole Foods.
Fulham features a number of high-end fashion and homeware designer stores, and also has a range of antique stores on its well-known Lillie Road. There is a strong French influence in the area, with patisseries and bistros thriving amongst the young, cafe-culture population. The area has a number of Michelin starred establishments, including the country's first Michelin starred gastro-pub, the Harwood Arms.
Sports fans will enjoy the proximity to a number of important sporting locations, including Craven Cottage, home of Fulham FC, and Stamford Bridge, which also features the Chelsea Football Museum. Fulham is extremely popular with the French expatriate community because of the excellent Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle in nearby South Kensington, which is a French language primary and secondary school owned by the French Government.
There are, of course, a wealth of English-speaking private schools and excellent state schools to choose from, at both a primary and a secondary level. Most notably, Tony and Cherie Blair's children attended the London Oratory - a state-funded Catholic boys school with exceptional academic results. Private schools in the area include Fulham Prep School and Thomas's School. The presence of these schools make the area very popular for both property sales and rentals.
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