A beautiful ground floor one-bedroom apartment located within a beautifully decorated Victorian building on a quiet street in the heart of Fulham.
The property, which is available furnished offers a large space.
The flat opens into the stunning large living room fully furnished with sofa, dining table, shelves. There is also a charming fireplace on one side and the large windows allowing the sun to enlighten the room. From the living room, you will also have access to the cellar, which offers storage space and is composed of 4 areas.
The living room is also going under refurbishment and will be decorated with brand new oak flooring, rather than the current carpet.
The galley kitchen offers a comfortable space and comes with all modern appliance, including dishwasher, washing machine and drier.
The bedroom, with large storage space again, come furnished and offer access to the charming patio facing the back of the block, offering, therefore, a private and relaxing area.
The bathroom comes with bathtub and is going to be refurbished prior to moving in.
The flat would be a perfect solution for couples and single professionals.
Buer Road benefits from various transport links, including Putney Bridge Station (District Line) that can lead you to the West End in 30 min. From the streets surrounding Buer Road, you can easily use the bus lines, connecting to West and East easily.
The City: 6.8 miles / 30-65 minutes by car / 40 minutes by transit
Canary Wharf: 9.9 miles / 35-85 minutes by car / 50-60 minutes by transit
Southwark: 6.8 miles / 30-65 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit
Westminster: 3.8 miles / 20-45 minutes by car / 25-30 minutes by transit / 25-30 minutes by bike
Shoreditch: 8.2 miles / 35-80 minutes by car / 50-60 minutes by transit
Home to increasing numbers of young professionals won over by the area’s quick commute into central London, Parsons Green has become one of the most desirable residential locations for young couples who enjoy a peaceful home life, but whose careers are based in the city centre. I
t benefits from the amenities of Fulham and nearby Kensington and Chelsea, while retaining a friendly atmosphere cultivated by the area’s numerous local events.
Parsons Green residents can make the most of restaurants just a short journey away in Fulham, South Kensington and Barons Court, as well as the excellent establishments right on their doorstep. Make the effort to find Claude’s Kitchen, discreetly located above the Amuse Bouche champagne bar and enjoy its innovative menu. For classic pub food, head to The White Horse, known to locals as ‘The Sloaney Pony’.
Just north of Parsons Green station, Fulham Road stretches from Fulham Broadway station to Bishop’s Park. Its cinema, shops, restaurants and array of tasty patisseries make it the first stop for many locals heading out to meet friends.
Parsons Green is nestled between a variety of picturesque parks so that locals never have to travel far to escape the bustle of its busy shopping areas. Indeed many residents don’t need to seek out these green spaces at all, as most commutes to the Tube station will involve a stroll through either Eel Brook Common or the eponymous green in the heart of the area. The picture perfect landscape at both Hurlingham Park and Bishop’s Park are enhanced by their riverside location. Locals frequent the urban beach at Bishop’s Park in warmer months, while those who’d rather spend their summers engaged in more active pursuits make for Hurlingham Park. Once home to a pigeon shooting club and a polo club, this park was given a new lease of life when polo returned to the park in 2009. It now hosts the annual three day Polo in the Park festival every summer and for the rest of the year is filled with sporty locals making the most of its tennis courts and rugby and football pitches.