Billing Spring House

'Billing Spring House is an important reminder of the historic residential character of old Fulham and is recognised locally for the contribution it makes to its surroundings. Our purpose has been to retain the architectural character of the building, both externally and internally while providing practical and comfortable apartments. There are few locations that can provide such easy access to transport and a wide range of shops, restaurants, an old street market, entertainment and social activities.' David Corley BA, BArch, RIBA - David Corley Architects

A DEVELOPMENT OF NINE LUXURIOUS, ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTS in a landmark Regency building, Billing Spring House proves the lasting appeal of this historic location. Built in the mid 19th Century, Billing Spring House takes its name from the creek that formed the boundaries between the Kensington and Fulham Parishes. The historical significance and modern expansion of the area segue effortlessly; from the 18th century, hedonistic playground of the idle rich, to the stamping grounds of the stylish 21st century Londoner, Fulham's appeal endures.

This is a prime location, both for having local amenities and the wider area of West London at its doorstep. Fulham Broadway plays host to a diverse selection of bars, restaurants, parks and shopping, with transport links to every part of London in easy reach.

Each one-bedroom apartment, ranging in price from £300,000, features a stylish interior and classic Regency exterior, perfect for those looking for a niche in the property market. Each apartment has been designed with a keen attention to detail and emphasis on modern living: this attractive development means there has never been a better time to consider a move to West London.

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