Fulham boasts a typical suburban area of London that’s filled with leafy green spaces and spectacular riverside views. Situated on the north bank of the Thames - opposite Battersea and Putney - Fulham is located in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It’s considered one of the best connected residential areas in London, with just a short commute away from the City and West End.
Many people choose to live in Fulham due to it being quiet and relaxing and its suburban living vibes. Away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, Fulham has a plethora of smart and relaxing wine bars, restaurants and shops all whilst being within short distance of major universities and main business districts. Fulham Town Hall is also a haven for music lovers with its huge offering of scheduled concerts. And of course we can’t forget that Fulham is home to two high profile professional football clubs; Fulham and Chelsea.
Throughout the 18th century, Fulham had quite the reputation for debauchery. It was the place where London’s rich would go for gambling and adultery. However, between the Second World War and the 1980s, the area saw extensive restoration works and is now one the most sought after places to live in London.