Focus on Fulham 

Focus on Fulham

A Thameside West London district, Fulham is in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Its close relatives are Putney, Wandsworth, Battersea, Hammersmith, and Chelsea. Proving a popular location for renters, it is close to the centre of the city but has optimum residential vibes. Plus, properties are better value than in the centre and Chelsea.  North End Road is still home to the North End Road street market which dates back to the 19th century, and Fulham Palace is situated on a historical site dating way back through time to pre-Roman times.  With the Kings Rd within walking distance, riverside walks and green spaces Fulham appeals to both creatives and businesses.  Rival football teams and local stadiums are part of the cultural history of the borough. There is a range of fitness options and independent boutiques and cafes, so for those whom wellness and work are contingent Fulham ticks many boxes.  In short, there are many reasons to move to Fulham. 

Work and Wellness 

Flexible working arrangements can be found at Uncommon Fulham, which claims to have a Zen Garden as well as a Wellness space. Similarly, close to Fulham Broadway station is the  Homework workspace a popular workspace with a variety of rooms and apparently excellent coffee. The Power Yoga Centre in Parsons Green is an independent yoga centre offering classes, workshops, and teacher trainings. In addition, there are multiple gyms to choose from across a wide range of prices and activities. For example the Chelsea Harbour ClubVirgin ActiveF45ONE LDN , and Pure gym.  The Chelsea Harbour Club is a wellness world all in itself, with top-class tennis courts and swimming pools. Spa treatments and children’s activities make it a perfect place to wind down at the weekend. The riverside and abundant outdoor spaces give great scope for running, cycling, and dog walking. 

Greenspaces  in Fulham

Close by in Barnes is the 100 acres of the London Wetlands Centre.  A nature reserve with a host of wildlife and nature.  One of the favourite haunts of Chris Packham, BBC Springwatch presenter, this nature reserve abounds with birds, wildlife, and great photographic opportunities.  Other green spaces directly in the Fulham zone are:

  • Eelbrook Common 

Originally Common land of the area, Eelbrook Common open space has the feel of a village centre.  With tennis courts and an astroturf football pitch sponsored by Chelsea FC, it is a place for sports and seasonal funfairs. 

  • Bishops Park 

Part of the estate of Fulham Palace, Bishops Park is on the banks of the Thames. With an ornamental lake, urban beach, meadows and moat gardens it is a beautiful and varied place for recreation.  Paddling pools in summer and all-round activities in the skatepark and various playgrounds make it a winner for families and all age groups.  As a Grade 2 English Heritage Park and Garden, it has a wealth of atmosphere and historical legacy. 

  • Fulham Palace 

  The botanical garden at Fulham Palace is 13 acres of stunning gardens, and home to apprentice projects and learning activities. Centuries of cultivation and development have led to the museum and gardens becoming open to the public for their enjoyment. With events, exhibitions and tours it is the cultural and historical heart of Fulham. 

  • Parkland Sensory Gardens

Designed to stimulate all the senses through all seasons, this Thameside walk and park is a great destination for families.  Walking along the Thames is the quintessential London experience and this a particularly uplifting stretch of it.

House Prices in Fulham 

In the last year the majority of sales were flats with an average price of £811,968.  In general house prices have been climbing in Fulham over the last years.  These figures are a guideline in regard to property types in the area. 

  • Studio flat                 £540,000
  • 2 Bedroom house £800,000
  • 3 Bedroom house £1.3 million 
  • 4 Bedroom house £1.6 million

Rental costs range from a studio at 1,500 pcm to 4,000 pcm for a 4-bedroom house. With a large predominance of Edwardian and Victorian properties in the area, it appeals to those who are attracted to a period home with leafy streets. From period West London homes to new riverside apartments, there is an eclectic range of architectural options for those interested in moving to Fulham.

Transport Links To Fulham

Fulham is covered from many angles by the District line Underground service.  Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, Putney Bridge and West Brompton can all take you into the centre of town rapidly. Overground connections via Imperial Wharf are also available, as well as numerous bus routes.  Walking and biking give great access to the city from this Southwest London neighbourhood.  The green spaces give a lot of room for cyclists to cover ground and it is also possible to pick up the Uberboat from Thames Clippers.  Earls Court Underground station provides links to the Picadilly line and Heathrow airport.  

Eating out in Fulham

With over 200 restaurants in Fulham, plus plenty of French and Italian food, it’s hard to narrow down the choiceHowever, for traditional English fare, there are plenty of iconic pubs to choose from.  Close to Craven Cottage stadium is The Crabtree, an iconic pub on the Thames.  With picaresque views and local history in the interior you can get a sense of Fulham through the ages.  With a Sunday roast menu and eclectic range of ales, you can enjoy their range of events, live music and pub quiz.  The Sands End combines traditional English fare with upmarket contemporary luxury. A short walk from Chelsea, and a great place to watch the Rugby or catch up with friends over wine.  In the same vein of fine English pub experience is the White Horse in Parsons Green.  Again, it is all about the thyme ruffled potatoes and Yorkshire puddings on the Sunday lunch menu.  The Harwood Arms raises the traditional English bar, by focusing on fresh game and wild food.  With their heritage vegetables and talented chefs, they have the accolade of being the only pub in London with a Michelin star. 

Moving to Fulham 

At Aussie, London’s favourite removals and storage company, we have been moving people around Fulham for years.  Watching the borough change and develop we can understand why it has so much local and international appeal. Our range of services make us the ideal allies for landlords, property managers and business and domestic customers.  Our skilled team can pack, deliver and store your items with the utmost care if required.  We can help your moving aspirations become a reality by guiding you through the various steps of the process.  Customer service is our motivation, and we have the reviews which confirm we can and do deliver! Whether you are planning a large move or require a Man and Van, we can assist you to budget and plan for the task in hand.  We know the city well, and we have every aspect covered.  If you need packaging, we can supply it in advance and if you need handymen or cleaners we have a team that can assist.   What you can guarantee from Aussie removals in Fulham is that you will have peace of mind, whatever the scale of your move.  Contact us today for a quote and to chat with an expert about your situation. 

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