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New homes in London: Sunlight Mews

Thursday 26 November 2015 | Category: In the Press | By: Evening Standard: David Spittles
New homes in London: Sunlight Mews

A former laundry firm in Parsons Green has been turned into lofts and mews houses with open-plan interiors and landscaped gardens.

For most of the last century, Sunlight in Fulham was one of the laundry firms of choice for famous West End hotels. Now, the former Sunlight Laundry in the Loud & Western Building in Sands End has been turned into lofts and mews houses selling for millions.

Ashley Nicholson, founder of Verve Properties who made his reputation in the Nineties converting inner-city Victorian schools, is the man behind the project. Nicholson has opted to create spacious apartments in vast, triple-height loft shells, leaving the interior design up to the buyer.

Sunlight Mews, pictured, sits back from the Thames on a linear strip of land between modest Victorian terraces. From £1.85 million: open-plan interiors feature a curving staircase The newly built mews of five houses respects the factory’s architectural heritage with the use of Scandinavian bricks and Crittall windows, while light, open-plan interiors have a courtyard garden and curving feature staircase, above. ​ Prices from £1.85 million. Call 020 7731 9400.

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