St Dionis Road
Walking down St Dionis Road and towards Parsons Green, I pass cosy terraces that were once railway workers cottages. It’s not hard to imagine the lives that have been lived and the children that have been raised in these homes. Glorious pink blossom catches the wind and rising above is the church tower of St Dionis. I can hear the muffled laughter of children playing in their Tuesday toddler group. Across the road is Parsons Green, in summer couples will lounge on bright picnic blankets, laughing and chatting.Turning left it is just a two-minute walk to Parsons Green tube station. These homes are great value in a wonderful location.
The colourful Victorian terraces and their pretty bay fronted windows always put a smile on my face. These beautiful homes that overlook South Park have views over a sea of green providing a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of London. The excellent local schools use the park’s facilities and shouts can be heard in the boroughs only public cricket pitch.
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Looking up towards the rooflines of the striking Red Lion Houses that align either side of the street I spot the ceramic lions. It’s a lovely sentiment that each home was not only awarded their own lion but given an extra one to share with their neighbour. These grand homes are larger than most with swooping ceilings and spacious rooms. To the left is Parsons Green, turning right I wander to the top of the street and buy strawberries from the local greengrocer, Bayley & Sage.
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Bishops Park Road
Walking down Bishops Park Road it strikes me that these mansion block flats are one of Fulham’s hidden gems. Their large windows overlook Bishops park and their quirky layout offer plenty of opportunities for modern day living. There are few better spots in Fulham for a pied-a-terre. From here it will take me six minutes to walk to Parsons Green tube, or I can cross the road into Bishops Park and wander along the river to Fulham Palace.
Approaching Napier Avenue I catch a glimpse of the entrance to the Hurlingham Club. The grand family homes along this Avenue almost share their garden with the beautiful grounds of this exclusive club. These imposing homes come with their own off-street parking bays. The street is quiet and calm and within minutes I can walk to Hurlingham Park one of the Boroughs flagship parks and a wonderful space to walk your dog, push a child on a swing or watch a local Rugby match.