Fulham benefits from plenty of independent shops, trendy places to eat and drink and popular markets.
Already well established as one of London’s more affluent locations, Fulham benefits from plenty of independent shops, trendy places to eat and drink and popular markets. The area has a strong family atmosphere, supported by a range of excellent schools such as Fulham Prep, St. Thomas’s, Parsons Green Prep, Sinclair House, Kensington Prep, Lady Margaret’s and the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle.
Property sales in Fulham have slowed slightly this year with sales in the first six months of the year 9.3% lower than the same period last year1. Price growth has also moderated this year, with average sold prices in Fulham for the year to June 2016 3% lower than the average for 2015. Despite this slight drop, average prices are now 59% above their pre-global recession peak in 2008 which is positive news for homeowners, especially those thinking about selling in the near future.