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Back in early April Palace Wharf in Fulham was beginning to take shape though it was still very much a building site. In an effort to capture this transformation we sent a photographer before and after completion. Scroll down to see how much it’s changed.

Riverfront living: several apartments face the Thames with bucolic views of the London Wetland Centre beyond.

Before and after of a Palace Wharf apartment living room

All mod cons: apartments come with built-in bean-to-cup coffee machines and wine coolers as standard.

Crittall windows: in order to retain the heritage of the building while also adding efficiency and comfort, the original steel-framed        windows have been replaced with double glazed versions by iconic window manufacturer Crittall.

Townhouse modernism: The copper cladding on the the five townhouses for sale will change with time; it’s greening patina lending idiosyncratic character to the slickly modern cubist design.


Cutting edge tech: Crestron home automation seamlessly integrates AV (audio visual) systems into each apartment.

Industrial heritage: great care was taken to retain the historical character of the building. Palace Wharf was built in 1907 and used for importing marble.

For more information about Palace Wharf and to see which apartments are still available please click here.