Part of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, and one of the more expensive parts of London to live in. In the 18th century, it was a working class area and a place of debauchery, known for gambling and prostitution. Today it is exactly the opposite, and the area is full of dazzling houses. Popular with antipodeans and those who like the more post areas of London, residents here are likely to be making a bit higher salaries than the average office worker.
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Fulham is a popular residential area with many young professionals working in the PR and banking sector. There are numerous restaurants, bars and clubs in the area, so if you like to keep the balance between work and private life, Fulham might be the place for you. The downside is that rental prices in Fulham are quite high, and you might end up renting a twin shared rooms in Fulham for the same price as a single room in a flatshare in Willesden or Acton
The area is served by the District Line, so it’s not the easiest to commute during rush hour. Residents of the area can get on the tube at three stops: Parsons Green, Putney Bridge and Broadway. The Overground service is served by Imperial Wharf train station.