Fulham High Street is a picturesque road running from the roundabout that joins it to Fulham Road and Fulham High Street until the Thames riverbank. The closest tube station is Putney bridge station.
This prime location gives access to various restaurants (Papa Ciccia..), bars (South West Cork, the Golden Lion…), café (Doctor Expresso) and more amenities. The King’s Head with the impressive Scottish baronial style located at number 4 near the roundabout is actually a pub… Its neighbour, The King’s Arms pub, has been recently refurbished to combine the old and new features of interior design with high ceilings, enclaved caverns, remarkable tilework and more…
The Georgian styles properties on this road present a mixture of one bedroom flat up to 5 bedrooms… Most of the occupiers are young professionals.
Joggers, cyclists, families, dog walkers or simply amateur of fresh air would be delighted with the large amount of open space in this area like the Thames Riverside Walk, Bishop's Park, Fulham Palace Gardens, Hurlingham Park, South Park, Eel Brook Common and Parsons Green… Football fans will find Fulham Football Club in Craven Cottage through Bishop Park, and Chelsea Stamford Bridge stadium on Fulham High Street. Fulham Palace, which is located behind All Saints Church, used to be the Bishops of London’s home; it hosts a welcoming café and well-kept botanical garden that attracts the locals, visitors from around the world and even new-weds!
The stunning scenery on offer in this area can explain the increasing demand for the properties located on this road.
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