Our buildings have seen bombs drop
They've seen prices soar
They quietly watched, and stood their ground.
Their walls have been plastered with teen-dream posters,
as Beatles became Bowie, Robbie became Harry.......
Their rooms have seen Deco and G-plan and Shabby Chic
They've seen it come and go. And come back again.
They've heard the clack of typewriters, the squawk of a fax and the ping of an email.
Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian, Elizabethan.
The Monarchs passed through leaving their names on the bricks.
Through wars, through fashions, through boom and bust.
Through four generations in SW6
a Marston's building is here to stay.
We know that where you live and work is incredibly important, so whether you’re looking for a new home or a new office, you’ll find our developments have plenty of character and lots of interesting features - and many have a unique story to tell. We believe London’s characterful buildings can provide some of the most desirable residential and commercial spaces and we make sure our homes and workspaces retain this period charm.
We are always on the lookout for new projects too, for our in-house property development team to build and develop and then sell on or retain for our growing rental portfolio.
From our head office in Fulham, we own and let out more than 200 flats and houses across South-West London, from Fulham, Putney and Barnes to Earls Court, Earlsfield and Hammersmith, and everywhere in between.
Some of our properties are listed buildings that have been sensitively converted into homes, making them very special places to live. We’re proud to have built up long-term relationships with many of our tenants.
Not only does our business have provenance, so do our buildings. And our workspaces are bursting with individual character and quirky details. Whether you’re looking for a small studio, a sprawling warehouse or innovative retail space, our commercial properties across South-West London offer something for everyone, which is why we’ve attracted an eclectic bunch of tenants over the years, including Kevin McCloud, notonthehighstreet.com, Anya Hindmarch and Rob Van Helden Floral Design. We have redeveloped and given a new lease of life to some of the area’s most interesting historical buildings, including the Plough Brewery in Battersea, The Old Power Station in Mortlake and the old Conservative Club in Fulham.
We have a long history of buying and developing houses, flats, hotels and offices across South-West London and beyond. Our strong building pedigree means we’re well versed in the construction process, whether building in-house or managing external contractors. We’re also familiar with the many challenges that can arise when securing workable planning and listed building consents and dealing with local authorities. Our completed developments are then either sold or added to our growing rental portfolio. And we also work with landowners who wish to either retain control or profit-share through a joint venture or partnership agreement.