One of the greenest cities in the world, London is famous for its parks, open spaces and the active, outdoor life you can lead. Living at Fulham Riverside means you have both the River Thames and the beautiful, tranquil podium gardens at your disposal, giving you space to unwind in the middle of the city.
A few minutes' walk along the Thames, Chelsea Harbour Marina is a working marina, popular with both visiting yachtsmen and locals alike. Cross the river to reach Battersea Park, 200 acres of open space home to a children's zoo, boating lake and bandstand.
For an active day out, Fulham's prestigious Hurlingham Club's 42 acres of grounds offers its members excellent facilities like bowls, tennis, golf, squash and croquet.
Visit the nearby Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea for the latest contemporary art by largely unseen young artists, or the V&A museum in Kensington for the world's largest displays of decorative arts and design. The nearby Royal Albert Hall is one of the Capital's most distinctive and loved venues and hosts everything from classical to pop music.
Get a feel for the area's history by exploring Fulham Palace, once the country home of the Bishop of London and now a fascinating museum. On Sloane Square you'll find the Royal Court, a small theatre with a big reputation dedicated to new work by innovative writers. Or visit the Hammersmith Apollo, venue for the BBC's Live at the Apollo, for a stellar line-up of international music and comedy stars.
When you're in the mood for a truly special dining experience, the local area has everything from hidden gems to the restaurants of celebrity chefs. Head to Eight Over Eight, Will Ricker's stylish pan-Asian eatery and discover the restaurant's signature salt and chilli squid, served up in elegant surroundings.
Just over Wandsworth Bridge, The Ship is a great waterside gastropub where the barbecue in the riverside garden is an established summer fixture. Try Tom's Kitchen in Chelsea, a modern British brasserie serving comfort food in a relaxed, informal environment, or Chutney Mary, established over 20 years ago, for a sophisticated, contemporary interpretation of regional Indian cuisine.