Luxury family homes in Fulham

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In the Daily Mail’s latest property series, they look at riverside living at Fulham Riverside.

Property journalist for the Daily Mail, Myra Butterworth, features Barratt London’s Fulham Riverside development in her focus on new properties for sale in London. Fulham Riverside looks over the River Thames, with apartments ranging from “luxury one-bedroom flats with wine fridges to multi-million pound townhouses with their own underground garages” said Butterworth.

The “star attraction” of Fulham Riverside are the “communal gardens with a badminton court, outdoor chess tables, a children’s maze and stepping stones for families to play on” says Butterworth. These family friendly amenities make the development ideal for young families searching for extra space. The gardens, designed by landscape architects Fabrik, “boast fun water features” and all of the on-site amenities overlook the River Thames.

The development is tucked away from the main shopping area of Fulham, which is “part of its beauty as it is in a relatively quiet spot for London”. The development is also built on top of the area’s largest Sainsbury’s superstore – covering 100,000 sq. ft., which means residents at Fulham Riverside will “literally have grocery shopping on their doorstep”.

Transport links are also nearby comments Butterworth, with Imperial Wharf Overground services a ten minute walk away, and close to a number of well-connected bus routes.

The area surrounding Fulham Riverside is populated with fantastic restaurants, some of London’s finest parks and schools, local hidden gems such as Fulham Palace, and many residents currently living at Fulham Riverside are young professionals or families. The development was designed “specifically with children in mind, with the playful stepping [stones] in shallow water”.

Fulham Riverside is a collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, duplexes, triplexes and townhouses, all featuring private outdoor space and stunning views across the gardens, river or both.

Follow the link to read the full Would you buy this house article on dailymail.co.uk