Modern penthouses in Fulham

Hurlingham Walk has 68 mansion flats with impressive balconies looking onto landscaped courtyards.

The wide sweep of the Thames forms Fulham’s southern and western boundaries. Here, at the frontier with Chelsea, is Imperial Wharf, a former gas works-turned-housing complex. Despite its position in a cut-off bend of the river, it has proved a hit with buyers and spurred developers to unlock sites further west on the once-industrial Fulham waterfront.

Former Kops Brewery has been reincarnated as Fulham Riverside, which has apartment blocks set at right angles to the Thames and between which will be lavishly landscaped gardens. 

In addition, the open area facing the river has a central communal podium garden with a three-metre waterfall feature. The façade of the old brewery, marked by a blue plaque, has been retained. Amenities include a fitness suite and badminton court, 24-hour concierge and underground parking, plus there is a new Sainsbury’s superstore. Prices from £685,000. Call Barratt on 0844 811 4334.



Hurlingham Walk, a Fulham scheme of 68 apartments, reinvents a traditional housing model — mansion flat living, albeit with a modern twist. The mid-rise, brick-façade blocks are set around landscaped courtyards and bring stylish and functional apartments with full-height windows and doors opening on to large balconies with cast iron balustrades. Porterage, 24-hour security and gated underground parking make up the package of benefits. A collection of penthouses with vaulted ceilings and large terraces has been unveiled. Prices from £1.45 million.  Call St James on 020 8246 4199.


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