Hurlingham Walk:Fulham's new modern mansion flats come with landscaped courtyards, large balconies and porterage

This new 68-home development combines the beauty of a traditional Georgian streetscape with contemporary features.

The Georgians were the first to build houses on the open fields along the Thames at Fulham.

Hurlingham House, set in parkland, is the only surviving mansion from this period, but it dictates the tone of a neighbourhood that is proud of its Peterborough Estate, a Victorian conservation area, famous for its redbrick “Lion houses” that are so called because the gable ends are adorned with lion statues. 

Hurlingham Walk, with 68 homes, slots into this streetscape with a traditional housing model for the mansion flat — with a designer twist.  The mid-rise blocks surround landscaped courtyards and the homes enjoy full-height windows and doors opening on to large balconies with cast-iron balustrading.

There is porterage, 24-hour security and gated underground parking, too. Prices from £979,000. Call developer St James on 020 8246 4199.


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