Where do you work, Homyze?
Housing Stock: 28,607
Average Property Price: £1,631,307
Average Rental: £529 per week
Average Airbnb Rate: £121 per night
Postcode(s): SW10, SW6
Tube Stations: Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, West Brompton
Best for: Relaxing into comfy chairs at swanky cafes, trying artisan cheeses at farmers' markets,
Typical Fulham jobs
At home in Fulham
Once known as a working class suburb Fulham is today very much one of the capital’s more affluent and attractive neighbourhoods alongside the likes of Chelsea and South Kensington. The area is also home to a number of sporting heavyweights including Premier League club Chelsea FC and London’s oldest football club Fulham FC.
Desirable Property Types
Fulham is predominantly filled with a mix of Victorian and Edwardian homes that are often located down tree-lined streets, while recent riverside redevelopments have seen a number of new apartments coming onto the market.
When it comes to eating out, Fulham is incredibly well catered for with plenty of restaurants and cafes along the main roads as well as tucked away down back streets. The area is also rich in markets with North End Road Market and Parson Green Farmers Market popping up over the weekend to sell a range of fresh produce and assorted antiques.
As an area, Fulham is also incredibly well connected to the rest of London as well as beyond due to the easy access to the M4. The Underground stations of Fulham Broadway, Putney Bridge and Parsons Green all find themselves at home in Fulham, whilst West Brompton and Imperial Wharf stations are both on the Overground and National Rail network.
Much like with neighbouring Chelsea, Fulham’s inhabitants are generally quite high up on the well-to-do scale and will often move into the area to take advantage of the nearby schools. However, many find themselves moving out of the area as their children grow up, often moving on to quieter, more picturesque parts of the UK.
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The Homyze Story
Whilst working on projects across London, Adam and Andrew were constantly asked by friends to refer a good plumber or carpenter. As property obsessives, Adam and Andrew were only too happy to help. They know what it is like to get your dream home. Or how annoying it can be if something is just not quite right.
When following up to make sure that they were happy with the work that had been done, Adam and Andrew realised that this was what the home services and construction industries were sorely lacking: quality customer service.
Quality tradespeople and excellent customer service were introduced and they got on fabulously. One thing led to another, and Homyze was born. We're really proud of what Homyze has done so far... she's growing up so fast but this is just the beginning. We know we will change the way in which people think about getting help with their home.