Bordering Chelsea to the north and the River Thames to the south, Fulham is one of London's most popular residential enclaves especially with families and international buyers, attracted by the perfect combination of style and affordability, excellent public and private schools, open spaces and parks such as Eel Brook Common, Bishop Park, Hurlingham Park and Fulham Palace Gardens.

The Fulham area was completely built up in the late 19th century, and opportunities to create new buildings are rare, but there are fascinating period homes for which it intends to invest in the long term.

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