Riverside homes at Fulham Reach

Between Putney Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge, this scenic riverside development includes 744 new homes, a park, community boat club and jetty.
Londoners selling up in posh Kensington & Chelsea are buying into a fresh wave of riverside developments under way in neighbouring Fulham. The new schemes are attracting buyers seeking an “affordably prime” address on the desirable north side of the Thames.
Fulham Reach is a 744-home scheme between Putney Bridge and Hammersmith Bridge, a remarkably serene section of the river favoured by scullers and oarsmen. A location previously out-of-bounds for home buyers, this spot is now a pleasant residential address. Developer St George has created a new riverside promenade a new park, community boat club and jetty.
Glass-clad apartment blocks have wraparound balconies to make the most of the view across the Thames to the splendid Harrods Furniture Depository. Residents have exclusive use of a spa, screening room and wine cellar as well as a 24-hour concierge. The River Café, the lauded restaurant where Jamie Oliver cut his teeth, is housed in an adjacent wharf. Homes in Goldhurst House, the latest phase, are priced from £1,749,950. Call 020 7870 9500.

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