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The local area guide to living in Fulham

Fulham is located in south west London, in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, neighbouring Kensington and Chelsea. Because of its ideal location in London and close proximity to extravagant areas like Chelsea, Fulham is one of the most affluent places to live in the whole of England, with average property prices sitting around £639,973.

It is home to Fulham Palace, which used to be the official residence of the Bishop of London. It is now open to the public as a museum, complete with exhibitions of paintings, archaeology and historical tours through the delightful botanical gardens.

Fulham is also home to not one, but two famous football grounds: Stamford Bridge of Chelsea FC, and Craven Cottage of Fulham FC. The Hurlingham Sports Club can be found in Fulham, in Ranelagh Gardens, and has been there for over 150 years. Set among 42 acres of beautifully mown grass, the club is recognised as one of Britain's greatest private members' clubs.

Information about the local residents

According to the 2011 Census, the population of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham stands at 188,492. Of this, 51% of the population is female, while the average age in the borough is 35, and the median age is slightly lower at 32. Roughly 60% of the population identify as being White British, followed by 20% White Other, including a considerable French, Polish, Portuguese and Irish contingency. Black Caribbean and Black African make up a combined 10% portion of the population.

Typically for a well-off area, 75% of the population is of working age and the unemployment rate is lower than the national average, at 5%. Over half of the households in the borough are owned by the occupants themselves. Interestingly, the borough has the second highest amount of single adults in the whole of England and Wales, accounting for 55% of the population.

Nearby schools

The Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is ranked 14th in all of the UK when it comes to GCSE results. This includes 65.6% of students achieving 5 good GCSEs grades at minimum, overshadowing the national average of 59.4%.

There are a range of different schools in Fulham, including 15 primary schools and 9 secondary schools. The Lady Margaret School for Girls was rated as being 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.

For higher education, Kensington and Chelsea College offers a range of different courses, such as art & design, digital media & video production, English & maths, business and more. Imperial College London also offers students the opportunity to take science based studies.

Getting around

Fulham is in the heart of London, so getting from A to B should never be an issue. There are three underground stations in Fulham: Fulham Broadway, Putney Bridge, and Parsons Green, with all three being on the District Line. For National Rail, West Brompton is only a 10 minute walk from Fulham Broadway, and offers services to places like Clapham Junction, Stratford, and East Croydon.

There are a number of different bus services available depending on where you are headed. For instance, a five minute walk from Fulham Broadway takes you to Kings Road, where you can board the 211 bus to Victoria in just under 15 minutes.

Local shops

Inside Fulham Broadway Station, there is a mall with 14 high street shops, including a Sainsbury's. There is a wide variety of places to eat as well, such as Nando's and Wagamama, and the Vue Cinema is situated on the first floor, with nine screens. There is also a gym on the top floor.

On North End Road, you will find a market selling fresh produce to the public, which is open from Monday to Saturday. There are also some decent discount shops for all grocery and household needs.

The area is also not far from High Street Kensington and Shepherds Bush Westfield, so the shopping possibilities here are great.

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