This smart part of Fulham and one that has always been sophisticated is a prime choice to rent for those who want some quiet, but lots of action, while remaining close to Chelsea and the City.


Parsons Green is bordered on the west and north by Fulham and on the East by Chelsea and on the south by the Thames.

It’s a sporty, outdoorsy residential neighbourhood. There’s a Vue cinema in Fulham Broadway and so many great bars and music venues.Parsons Green offers a lot of activities and amenities but maintains a close-knit village atmosphere.

It’s a short walk to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge or Fulham’s Craven Cottage, for football fans.

Parsons Green has a good selection of cafes and restaurants, including the iconic White Horse pub (the Sloaney Pony), which dates back centuries and has its own micro brewery and fantastic restaurant. The dining choices are wide and varied and cover every type of cuisine.

Parsons Green has a fantastic Waitrose and lovely independent shops, including the “Parsons Nose”, an ironic butchers of long standing.


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There are well-kept parks, wide, quiet streets and fantastic facilities from the Thames Towpath to green spaces such as Chiswick Park, Eel Brook Common and South Park.

Many of the parks have tennis courts and cricket pitches and a huge array of sports and exercise clubs.

The picture perfect landscape of the Hurlingham club and Bishops Park are enhanced by its River location and fantastic riverside bars and restaurants.

Bishop’s Park offers plenty of green space, athletic fields, and a man-made beach, the neighbourhood hosts annual events that bring the community together, and a weekly farmers’ market is held each Sunday. It’s also home to the London Theatre Workshop, a small theatre that puts on cabaret, comedy, and music shows. The Eel Brook Pub is also quite famous for its innovative shows.


Parsons Green has its own Tube station on the District Line and it’s less than 20 minutes to Victoria and half an hour to Monument. Travel to North London is straightforward, taking only half an hour to reach King’s Cross via the Piccadilly Line.

Parsons Green has two nearby Overground stations: West Brompton and Imperial Wharf. Trains run from here to Victoria or Waterloo via a change at Clapham Junction and is well connected by bus, the 14 (to Warren Street) and 22 (to Piccadilly Circus) are popular routes, while the 414 and 424 serve Chippenham Road and Fulham Football Club respectively.

Early morning commutes can be special, a river taxi from Imperial Wharf to Blackfriars, will whisk you along the Thames to the City and all the way to North Greenwich.