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40 New Kings Road
Fulham
Greater London
SW6 4ST

Why move to Fulham?

Fulham is one of London's most sought-after areas. It offers excellent schools, including the Lycée which attracts many French people to the area. There is a great choice of property styles, including elegant Georgian homes overlooking Parsons Green, pretty Victorian flat conversions, modern developments, Imperial Wharf with its Thames views, Edwardian homes on the popular Crabtree Estate, the famous and highly desirable Lion Houses of the Peterborough Estate and two new riverside developments; Fulham Reach and Queens Wharf, located beside Hammersmith Bridge. 

Some things to love about living in Fulham & Parsons Green

Affectionately known to the locals as the Sloany Pony, The White Horse has been one of Fulham and West London's premier pubs for as long as people can remember. It serves excellent food and has one of the largest selections of beers of any pub in England. Get there before 6pm or earlier if you want a seat in the garden bar in summer.

Fulham is blessed with a number of excellent butchers but Randalls on Wandsworth Bridge Road is our pick of the lot. No barbecue would be complete without their lamb burger patties.

Koji (formerly Mao Tai) on New Kings Road is a vibrant and contemporary Japanese restaurant. It also has one of the trendiest bars in Fulham with an impressive cocktail list. Their appletinis and espresso martinis come highly recommended.

Pure Beauty is a small, friendly, boutique-style salon just off Fulham Road, with a reputation for providing first class treatments by highly trained therapists at reasonable prices.

Fulham is spoilt for choice when it comes to parks, but Bishops Park is the pick of the bunch. It has recently undergone extensive refurbishment and is the perfect spot for a family day out.

A little bit of history

Today Fulham may be one of the most expensive and desired places to make a home in London, but it was not always the case. During the 18th Century Fulham was known for debauchery and was where wealthy Londoners came seeking gambling and prostitution. Fulham remained a working class area for some time, undergoing regeneration between World War II and 1980s to become the well-to-do area it is today.

Need to know

A loaded die is sometimes known as a 'Fulham' possibly because of the areas once corrupt reputations.

Shopping

Enjoy our Farmers' Market every Sunday in New Kings School in New Kings Road. Pick up cheese and cooked and fresh meats at Bayley and Sage delicatessen and butcher, New Kings Road. And find everything you need for the home and garden at Posh Rosh, Fulham Road.

FULHAM IS ONE OF LONDON'S MOST SOUGHT-AFTER AREAS.

Transport

By Tube:

Fulham is well-connected with ample tube stations. West Brompton, Parsons Green, Putney Bridge, West Kensington and Fulham Broadway stations are all on the District Line. Barons Court is on the District and Piccadilly Lines, with the latter connecting Fulham to Heathrow and Central London. At Imperial Wharf Station you can catch the Central Line to the City as well as London Overground to Clapham Junction with its connections to the south.

By Train:

The Overground will take you straight to Clapham Junction where you can travel on to most of the south of England.

By Bus:

Fulham is well-served by buses. Key routes include the 22 to Sloane Square and Piccadilly Circus, 414 to South Kensington and Marble Arch, 74 to West Brompton and Knightsbridge and 430 to South Kensington station.

By Bike:

There are cycle lanes on New Kings Road. The Riverside Cycle Path is a pleasant leisure ride.

By Bike:

There are cycle lanes on New Kings Road. The Riverside Cycle Path is a pleasant leisure ride.

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