A residential area that picks up its name from the massive village green or open space that is central to the area, Parsons Green is located in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. An exclusive area some of the townhouses run into the multi-million-pound price range. Close to Sambrook’s Brewery and Brompton Cemetery, Parsons Green has a lot of places of interest within easy reach. Albert Memorial, Harrods, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum are all within a short distance of the area.
Parsons Green has a lot of individual and shared offices owned or rented by the likes of design firms and consultants, building material providers, photographers, electrical engineering consultants, doctors and healthcare providers as well as lighting contractors. There are many other types of businesses and professionals based in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Parsons Green is filled with live-performance venues offering everything from music to theatre and more. There is the 606 Club, a jazz bar offering live-music, as well as Bush Hall, which offers a variety of musical performances. Tabard Theatre, the Royal Albert Hall and Battersea Arts Centre are all within easy reach. Eating out around Parsons Green enables you to try cuisine from a range of countries. There is a variety of South East Asian food at Mao Tai while Café Rialto and Luva Nouva are great for Italian cuisine. The Fest serves up food from all over Europe and El Metro specialises in cooking Spanish food in the traditional way.
Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway tube stations provide convenient links to the London underground. While the overground rail has no access points in the immediate area, the extensive local bus routes and taxi services more than make up for it.