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Prime Location Fulham Area Guide

Fulham is an affluent area of South West London and is part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Its famed Fulham Palace was once the official home of the Bishop of London, but today it is a museum attracting tourists from both the UK and further afield. It’s as famous for its football team as for its Palace, a club that has enjoyed Premier League status since 2001. The stadium, Craven Cottage, seats 25,700 fans, with permission granted for the club to increase that to 30,000.

For almost 150 years, Fulham has been to the elite Hurlingham Sports Club. This club lists royalty amongst its members and there’s around a 15 year waiting list for anyone hoping to sign up. Yet, despite this, during the first 50 years or so of the 20th century, Fulham was a surprisingly working class area. However, substantial redevelopment and restoration following the Second World War attracted droves of wealthy residents to the area. These days, the average sale price of property in Fulham is £639,973 and it is a decidedly affluent area.


Fulham is a part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Data from the 2011 census cited the population of the borough as 183,492. As is typical of wealthier areas, some 75% of the population is of working age and the borough’s average income sits above the national average at £30,217.

It’s one of the more diverse areas of England. Although 69% of the population identifies as ‘white,’ more than half of people living in the borough are not white British. There is large Irish and Polish population. The biggest ethnic minorities in the area are black African, Black Caribbean and other Asian.


The borough’s education authority sits 14th nationally in a league table for GCSE performance, with 65.6% of secondary pupils here achieving 5 good GCSEs or better. The national average is 59.4%.

There are 15 state run primary schools, 9 state run secondary schools and a total of 13 independent schools within this education authority, with one secondary school rated outstanding by Ofsted; the Lady Margaret schools for girls. This is located within Fulham itself. There is also a further education provider; Ealing, Hammersmith and West London college.


There are 3 tube stations in Fulham, all located on the District Line: Fulham Broadway, Putney, Parsons Green. For National Rail travel, the nearest train station is West Brompton, from where you can get trains direct to Clapham Junction and Stratford, amongst other places.

Of course, being on the underground line means getting to London’s National Rail stations (including Euston, King’s Cross and Paddington) is simple. From these stations you can get direct trains to most of the UK’s major cities. Heathrow is the closest international airport.

Amenities and shopping

Fulham Broadway tube station also has a shopping complex with 14 High Street retailers. It also houses a 9 screen cinema, 10 food outlets and a gym. This makes Fulham Broadway one of the key leisure facilities in the area. Fulham High Street, within walking distance of Putney Bridge Tube Station, is home to shops as well, including independent retailers. You’ll also find pubs, chip shops and other eateries here.

There is a regular market in Fulham. The North End Road market is open for trading Monday to Saturday, from 8am to 6pm and is within walking distance of Fulham Broadway Station.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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