With its idyllic, leafy-green surroundings, Bishops Park is a firm favourite with families and professionals wishing relocate to a quieter part of London. The Park itself is one of the boroughs most popular and has been awarded a Grade II listing.
As with neighbouring Fulham, Bishops Park, is about classy, family friendly living. From Putney Bridge to Fulham Palace Road, there’s a lot explore when looking for a new home within the Park and surrounding areas.
Large, detached, archetypal Victorian and Edwardian properties oozing period charm line the quaint streets, consistent in style throughout. There are numerous boutiques and open spaces alongside several well received bars and restaurants and with neighbouring Fulham a stone’s throw away there’s much to explore.
Fulham Football Club’s home ground is located at Craven Cottage, and the exclusive Hurlingham Club is around the corner. Antiques enthusiasts will find Lillie Road rather special, with over 20 unique shops selling a range of hidden gems and artefacts.
Thanks to its close proximity to the Lycee School, a Primary School run by the French Government, the area has become popular with French Internationals now calling the area home. Eridge House Preparatory School and All Saints CofE Primary both received “good” Ofsted reports, with The Bridge AP Academy Secondary School receiving the highest accolade, “outstanding” from the Regulatory Board.
- 220 (Wandsworth Garratt Lane - Willesden Junction Station)
- 430 (South Kensington Cromwell Road - Roehampton Danebury Avenue)
Roads in this area
- Bishops Avenue
- Bishops Park Road
- Fulham Palace Road
- Woodlawn Road