Famous for its sights and attractions, the Fulham area is stitched inside the perimeter established by the Thames River, Chelsea and Charing Cross, being part of the southwest UK’s capital, in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The Fulham property is exquisite, the residential area being enriched with sophisticated and exclusive Edwardian and Victorian buildings, true symbols of perish architectural era. Well-priced, these spectacular homes were restored and beautifully intertwined with the new Fulham houses, which have its own private gardens.  The estate agents in Fulham recommend the area for its professionally decorated avenues, with one-of-a-kind buildings and captivating sights; the Fulham lettings are rated among the most expensive in London. Two-storey houses delights with its panoramic terraces, wonderfully intersecting with the Fulham flats established in the shop buildings. Dominating the area, the Peterborough and Moore Park Estates enchant with its elegant studios and apartments, ranking the Fulham properties as some of the distinguished in the London. Due to its palatial neighbourhoods, local attractions and peaceful atmosphere, living in Fulham will allow its residents to enjoy a unique piece of London every day.

Sights & Attractions

Formerly renowned as the official residence of the Bishop of London, in the Fulham area still can be visited the luxurious Fulham Palace, which today impresses its visitors with spectacular botanical gardens. A plethora of magnificent antiques, built-to-last vintage furniture shops and picturesque stores is bordering Fulham streets. Fulham Town Hall hosts today’s modern events, concerts and exhibitions in its Grand Hall. British football fans and especially those of Chelsea can visit the Chelsea Football Club Museum, in the area. Brompton Cemetery is one of the most exquisite cemeteries in London, due its magnificent tombs and distinguished mausoleums, while the Zest Gallery host various art exhibitions, delighting all prestigious culture lovers.

Squares & Gardens

Renowned for its Fulham Palace gardens, the zone is rich in peaceful squares and gardens. Bishops Park enchants with its tranquility, South Park with its rugby matches, tree-lined Eel Brook Common enjoy its residents with palatial views, while the Hurlingham Park hosts sportive events, as the Polo matches. One of the remarkable green parks in the area, it is the Parsons Green, which is the largest in the zone and yearly host the Fair on the Green event. Several sporting events are held weekly and annually in these parks as tennis, cricket, rugby and even football contests. 

Universities & Colleges

Kumon maths and English study centre (Fulham), Imperial College Faculty Medicine, the Richmond American International University in London or Ithaca College offers some of the best young prospects in higher education in the area. Under the international tutor at the Richmond American International University in London runs training courses, guiding in the best way young people in the area, preparing for various professions with international recognition.


St. Thomas of Canterbury R.C Primary School, New Kings Primary School, Sulivan Primary School, Lady Margaret School or Thomas's Fulham is located in lovely buildings, with spacious and sun-filled rooms, giving young people the best conditions of study at primary and secondary levels.


Chiswick Lodge Hospital, London Vascular Clinic, American Thyroid, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Charing Cross Hospital are some of the prestigious medical institutions in the area.


Additionally to its magnificent attractions, living in Fulham allows its inhabitants the access to a wide network of unique pubs, restaurants and bars. The Cock Tavern, The Lazy Fox and The Harwood Arms are rated among the original and one-of-a-kind locations thanks to its special menus (with Harwood Arms rated as the first Gastropub awarded with a Michelin star). Blue Elephant, Under the Bridge, Chutney Mary, Del Aziz & Aziz, Barbarella Restaurant and Santa Lucia enchant those who cross its threshold with rustic and reinvented menus, traditional and international cuisine, exotic preparations, all served in picturesque and sophisticated places. For cinema and theatre lovers, the Fulham area provides access to several interesting locations as the Troubadour, Barons Court and Finborough Theatres.


Having so many magnificent sights, the Fulham area is well-connected via different transport modules. The District Line crosses the area and stops in three stations (Putney Bridge, Fulham Broadway and Parsons Green), while the fast tube stops in the Fulham Broadway station. Those travelers and residents who the London Overground can take its trains from Imperial Wharf station; numerous bus routes cross the area as 211 or 22, taking its passengers to different London locations. 

  • Fulham Palace
  • Fulham Town Hall
  • Brompton Cemetery
  • Zest Gallery
  • Pottery Cafe
  • Maggie's Centre
  • Leighton House Museum


Primary Schools

  • Fulham Primary School
  • St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School
  • Holy Cross RC School
  • Kensington Prep School 
  • Al-Muntada Islamic School 

Secondary Schools

  • Chelsea Independent College
  • Sinclair House School 
  • Parayhouse School
  • The London Oratory School
  • Lady Margaret School


  • Fulham College Boys School
  • Fulham Chiropractic
  • The Fulham Medical Centre
  • Kings Road Medical Centre
  • Cassidy Medical Centre
  • Basuto Medical Centre
  • Fulham Cross Medical Centre
  • North End Medical Centre
  • Parsons Green NHS Walk-In Centre
  • Dr S Jefferies
  • Earls Court Medical Centre

Underground Stations

  • Fulham Broadway
  • Parsons Green
  • West Brompton
  • Imperial Wharf
  • West Kensington

Train Stations

  • West Brompton station
  • Imperial Wharf station 
  • Wandsworth Town station 
  • Putney station 
  • Clapham Junction station 

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