It is an expensive area to buy property, as is illustrated by the fact that between April and June 2004, the average price for a terraced house in the area was £654,615 and for a flat it was £290,675. Despite the property slowdown by 2009/2010 prices per square foot have risen to between £750 and £1,000, which is still slightly cheaper than neighbouring Chelsea. The most expensive houses are around the Hurlingham Club, where an Edwardian semi-detached house costs between £2 million and £4 million. The ladder of roads known as the “alphabet streets”, near Bishop’s Park between Stevenage Road and Fulham Palace Road, has four-bedroom semi-detached Victorian houses that sell for between £1.9 million and £3.5 million. Prices of the “lion” houses on the Peterborough Estate, south of Parsons Green, start at £2 million.