The New Kings Road and Fulham Road have an abundance of shops and stores including high-end fashion, individual homewares and smaller independent shops. There are a number of clothes shops and convenience stores on the North End Road.
There is somewhat of a café culture in Fulham. The area's pleasant cafes, bars and restaurants, appeal to people of all ages.
There are supermarkets such as Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer in the area, while the weekend market on North End Road offers lots of fresh food which is reasonably priced.
Fulham offers a vast selection of residential properties, from traditional converted and purpose-built flats to terraced houses. Fulham property prices are among the costliest in London.
Between 1890 and 1900, a number of new build homes were constructed in the area, in order to meet greater residential demand. The area remained largely untouched until around 40 years ago, when strong demand among professionals for homes in nearby Chelsea and Kensington spread south into Fulham.
Local residents are attracted to the tranquility that Fulham offers, along with its proximity to London's West End.
The Hurlingham Area (streets such as Napier Avenue and Ranelagh Avenue which surround the well known Hurlingham Club) The Peterborough Estate, which is made up of a number of streets, including Bradbourne, Chiddingstone, Quarrendon, Perrymead and Chipstead and central Parsons Green comprise some of the most desirable and expensive places to own property in Fulham
The Peterborough Estate, which is made up of a number of streets, including Bradbourne, Chiddingstone, Quarrendon, Perrymead and Chipstead, is one of the most desirable and expensive places to own property in Fulham.
Local tube stations on the District Line include Putney Bridge, Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway and there are regular buses to the city and West End.