Removals & Storage Fulham

Moving and storage services

Moving house can be a stressful experience. Choosing the right Fulham removals company is one way to make your move as pain free as possible. It’s always beneficial to work with a local specialist and we’ve been helping Fulham residents move home for over 40 years. As such, you’re probably already familiar with our distinctive claret and cream liveried removals vehicles in your street as our crews go about their business.

Cadogan Tate’s removals & storage teams are moving homes in Fulham on a daily basis. They have an in-depth knowledge of the area, the roads and even many of Fulham’s individual buildings. The experienced surveyor who visits your home will advise on the most appropriate packing methods for your home contents or specialist transport and casing options for your art collection. If required, we can provide a range of temporary or long-term storage solutions at one of our London based storage facilities. Where necessary we can also arrange for international shipment of home contents or individual pieces.

The personal move manager we’ll appoint for you to administer your move plan will have excellent relationships with Hammersmith and Fulham Council and they will organise everything to ensure that your move runs without a hitch. From parking permits for our vehicles to road closures, cranes and furniture lifts, we’ll organise whatever you need for a stress-free home move.

You’ll be in very good company by choosing Cadogan Tate for your move.

Packing & Unpacking

From cherished antiques and artwork to a state of the art home cinema set-up, our Fulham storage and removals teams are trained to expertly pack, move and unpack your belongings with great care.

They all take part in industry leading training at our West London training school. Where they learn the techniques we have perfected in over 40 years of household moves in London.This training and experience means that you can relax while our teams move your household efficiently and carefully.

All our moving and storage assignments are individually crafted depending on your individual needs. We provide packing and unpacking options that cater to most budgets and your surveyor will be able to advise you which will be most suitable for your needs.

Storage & Viewing

Cadogan Tate’s local storage facilities are in West and South West London, only a stone’s throw from Fulham. We also offer international storage facilities in Paris, the Côte d’Azur, New York, Los Angeles and Miami, where we can store all or some of your belongings for as long as required.

At each of our storage facilities you can opt for containerised storage, secure private rooms, racked commercial and archive storage. All of which are covered by state of the art monitoring, access control and fire detection systems. We also offer handling capabilities and inventory management where required.

Enquire now or call us on +44 (0) 20 8108 7348

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Fulham area information

Fulham is one of London’s most upmarket residential areas. Its status has evolved significantly over the centuries. In the 18th Century, its reputation was quite different. In place of boutiques and relaxed restaurants, were gambling dens and brothels frequented by London’s elite. With the advent of the railway in Victorian times, Fulham boomed as a working class commuter hub and experienced extensive property development, hence its largely Victorian and Edwardian housing stock.

Thanks to its convenient location, great housing stock, and generous gardens Fulham is a popular choice for families and couples looking for relaxed living, close to the city.

Similar to neighbouring Kensington and Chelsea the area is also very popular with the French and Italian communities, lending a European charm to Fulham’s British streets. Fulham is a popular area for Cadogan Tate’s London customers.

Popular Residential Areas in Fulham

Fulham has 9 residential neighbourhoods that we’ll explore in more detail below.

Hurlingham (SW6 3)

The Hurlingham neighbourhood of Fulham is located between Putney Bridge to the west and South Park to the east. It is one of Fulham’s most exclusive areas, with Hurlingham Park the Hurlingham Club at the heart of the neighbourhood.

Character: Elegant avenues of large Victorian and Edwardian homes, with good sized gardens. The area is largely protected as a conservation area to ensure that it retains its architectural appearance.

Resident profile: Families and long term residents

Best addresses: Napier Avenue, Ranelagh Avenue, Edenhurst Avenue, Hurlingham Gardens

Flat Prices: £0.4M to £4M

House Prices: £0.75M to £6M

Peterborough Estate (SW6 3)

Just north of South Park, the Peterborough Estate neighbourhood is home to parallel streets of red brick Lion Houses. These are some of the most sought after properties in Fulham. Bounded by Peterborough Road, Wandsworth Bridge Road, New Kings Road and Studdridge Road, these streets are one of Fulham’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. Often considered part of Parsons Green, these very distinctive homes that command premium prices, give this neighbourhood a unique character.

Character: Elegant red brick Lion Houses, close to South Park and the French schools.

Resident profile: British and European families

Best addresses: Bradbourne Street, Chipstead Street, Quarrendon Street

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £1.5M

House Prices: £2.5M to £5M

Parsons Green (SW6 4)

With the green it is named after and Eel Brook Common, Parsons Green has developed a reputation as London’s most pet friendly neighbourhood. Good houses and flats and a great selection of upmarket restaurants, bars and boutiques make Parsons Green a village in the heart of the city.

Character: A relaxed village atmosphere, with easy access to the city

Resident profile: Young couples and families, including a lot of French with the proximity of the French schools

Best addresses: The streets of Peterborough Estate, Elthiron Road, Campana Road

Flat Prices: £0.4M to £1.5M

House Prices: £1.5M to £3M

Bishop’s Park (SW6 6)

Between Bishops Park, Fulham Palace Road and the Thames, this neighbourhood, includes the well-known Alphabet Streets. Surrounded by green spaces and bordering the Thames, this area is very popular with families, particularly the French.

Character: A family character with green spaces and attractive terraced properties

Resident profile: British and French families.

Best addresses: The Alphabet Streets from Bishops Park Road to Queensmill Road

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £1.5M

House Prices: £1.5M to £4.5M

Fulham Broadway (SW6)

Fulham’s liveliest neighbourhood, located around the tube station, with a wealth of pubs and restaurants. While the neighbourhood mainly attracts younger residents, there are some large townhouses attracting families.

Character: Lively and young

Resident profile: Affluent young professionals and couples.

Best addresses: Moore Park Estate

Flat Prices: £0.4M to £2M

House Prices: £1.5M to £5M

Munster Village (SW6 6 and SW6 7)

The roads and avenues off Munster Road between Fulham Road and Lillie Road. With convenient access to local shops and restaurants on Munster Road, this neighbourhood is popular with families.

Character: A good mixture of properties from flats to larger family homes, on predominantly terraced Victorian and Edwardian streets.

Resident profile: Mainly families with the proximity of good private and non fee paying schools

Best addresses: Wardo Avenue, Atalanta Street, Danehurst Street

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £1.5M

House Prices: £1M to £3M

West Brompton (SW6 1)

Straddling the border between Fulham and Chelsea and running into Earls Court, West Brompton is conveniently located with its own train station. With Brompton Cemetery, Stamford Bridge and The London Oratory School, it lacks a discernable character of its own.

Character: Edwardian terraces comprising of flats, and more recent developments of flats.

Resident profile: Young professionals and international residents

Best addresses: Lillie Square, Ongar Road

Flat Prices: £0.4M to £2M

House Prices: £1M to £3M

Sands End & Imperial Wharf (SW6 2)

Running along the Thames from Wandsworth Bridge Road to Imperial Wharf and up to New Kings Road / Kings Road.

Character: Its proximity to Ecole des Petits, makes it popular with French residents, giving it a continental character

Resident profile: European families

Best addresses: Bovingdon Road, Hazlebury Road, Imperial Wharf

Flat Prices: £0.3M to £7M

House Prices: £1M to £4M

South Park (SW6 3)

The neighbourhood surrounding South Park, located south of the Peterborough Estate to the Thames and bordered by Broomhouse Lane and Wandsworth Bridge Road.

Character: Neat streets of terraced properties, with local shops and restaurants on Wandsworth Bridge Road

Resident profile: Families and young professionals

Best addresses: Settrington Road, Clancarty Road, Beltran Road

Flat Prices: £0.5M to £1.5M

House Prices: £1M to £3M

Fulham’s shopping districts

There are shops and boutiques dotted all over Fulham. It is also very conveniently located to the shopping areas in Chelsea and is only a short journey into central London. Fulham’s most popular shopping areas are:

• Fulham Broadway Shopping Centre – for high street brands
• Lillie Road – for homewares and antiques
• Bishops Park Market – A regular Sunday Farmers’ Market –
• Parsons Green Farmers Market – A regular Sunday Farmers’ Market
• North End Road Market – a London street market with a good selection of stalls open Monday to Saturday

Schools in Fulham (SW6 Postcode)

Over 40% of prime property buyers and renters in Fulham have one or more children, meaning that schools have an important role for local residents. There is a good selection of schools in the area.

20 State Primary Schools – 3 receiving an Ofsted report of Outstanding

20 State Secondary Schools – 6 receiving an Ofsted report of Outstanding

12 Independent Primary and Preparatory Schools

5 Independent Senior Schools

Leading estate agents in Fulham


Carter Jonas – Bishops Park – Parsons Green

Chestertons Estate Agents

Douglas and Gordon



John D Wood & Co

Knight Frank

Marsh & Parsons

Savills – Bishops Park – Parsons Green

Strutt & Parker


Restaurants and Hotels

Fulham’s restaurant scene is all about relaxed neighbourhood restaurants rather than high-end fine dining. Its one Michelin Star establishment is a pub. This sums up the culinary character of Fulham, whose residents want to relax when they get home from the hustle and bustle of central London. You’ll find all the big name chains, particularly around Fulham Broadway. There’s also plenty of neighbourhood gems from all corners of the world. Read Time Out’s best recommendations in the area for inspiration.

Aside from its two football grounds, Fulham isn’t a magnet for tourists, which means that hotels are relatively thin on the ground. So, if you’re in the area house hunting and are looking for somewhere to stay, there isn’t a huge amount of choice. There are a few of the cheaper hotel chains close to the football grounds and plenty of short stay apartments on offer. is a good place to start if you are looking for a hotel or short stay apartment in Fulham.

Things to do in Fulham

Fulham Palace

Home to the Bishops of London for over 700 years until the mid 1970’s, Fulham Palace has an interesting mix of architecture. It also houses a beautiful garden, museum and cosy café. With regular events throughout the year and free entry it is a popular attraction for Fulham residents.

Bishop’s Park

A beautiful park next to the Thames, Bishop’s Park is the perfect location for a casual stroll or summer picnic. It is also a good place to start a longer walk along the Thames.

Stamford Bridge Stadium

For all sports fans seeing the stadium up close and learning the history of Chelsea Football Club in the museum is a great experience. It is a sporting highlight for visitors and Fulham residents. Find out more here.

The Pubs

Fulham has a wealth of great pubs. From gastro pubs, to riverside beer gardens and local boozers, there will be a pub to suit your mood. Do some internet research or just walk the streets to find one that takes your fancy.

The Climbing Hangar

If you enjoy climbing, fancy an andrenaline rush, or are just looking for something interesting to do – bouldering could be for you. In a warehouse in Parsons Green you’ll find The Climbing Hangar. Great fun for adults, kids and families.

Watch a football match

Fulham is home to both Chelsea and Fulham football clubs. If you fancy catching some of the action first hand, you have two great options right on your doorstep. Tickets can be in high demand, so plan well in advance and also consider hospitality packages.

Token Studio

If you like getting creative, Token Studio will be your destination of choice. With a variety of creative activities on offer, from learning the drums to soap making, you’ll find something to keep adults and children entertained.

*Interior image courtesy of TODHUNTER EARLE INTERIORS

Fulham Removals and Fulham Storage

Our Fulham removals and Fulham storage teams are working in these areas daily. With our intimate knowledge of the local neighbourhoods and excellent relationship with Hammersmith and Fulham Council, we’ll make all the arrangements, so that you have nothing to worry about.

If you are looking for removals & storage in Fulham get in touch with our team, who will help you every step of the way.

Enquire now or call us on +44 (0) 20 8108 7348

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