Homes and Property gives “the lowdown” on everything you need to know about Fulham.
London Evening Standard property correspondent, Anthea Masey, features Barratt London’s Fulham Riverside in her area guide to Fulham.
Located only four miles west of central London, Masey states: “Fulham’s waterfront is one of the hottest areas in London to buy a home”. Fulham Riverside is located in a prime position on one of London’s few remaining stretches of underdeveloped riverfront, and Masey features Fulham Riverside as one of the new developments in the area.
The area of Fulham boasts a number of famous and hidden gems, says Masey, ranging from Craven Cottage and Stamford Bridge, to Fulham Palace – “a grand Tudor manor house in pretty, landscaped grounds overlooking the river”.
Accessing the sights and sounds of London from Fulham is easy comments Masey, with three London underground stations and Imperial Wharf overground station nearby, and “the new piers [are] encouraging residents to commute on the Thames Clipper fleet”. Residents can also enjoy a local famous sight at Fulham Riverside, which was the former Kops Brewery. A blue plaque commemorating founder Henry Loewenfeld proudly sits on the historic façade of a building formerly used by the brewery, which has been incorporated into the design of the development.
Every home at Fulham Riverside has a private balcony terrace or garden, offering residents the chance to overlook the River Thames, the beautiful podium gardens – or both. Additionally, the large floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of the spectacular views.
Fulham Riverside is set to become an enviable destination on the River Thames with 472 one, two, three, four, five and six-bedroom apartments, penthouses and townhouses. The development is due for completion in 2017.