Loud and Western

Originally built in the 19th Century as the Loud and Western Laundry, this landmark Fulham building later became the Sunlight Laundry and was most recently used as a library. The development includes refurbishment of the existing building to provide six ‘shell’ houses with the interior left as a clean open plan space for buyers to create their own grand design. The building has been totally restored to its former glory including replacement of all specialist tile work, together with new roof accommodation, south facing roof terraces and garden areas.
To the rear of the site, five unusual mews houses with exceptional natural light and high ceilings complete the development for those who prefer not to “do their own thing”.

Verve Properties

£3 million


Design and obtaining planning approval
Production information

Contract administration

Fulham, London