Coopers’ Lofts is within the original brewhouse located in the southeast of The Ram Quarter, with a view of a charming market square.In honour of its history, there is even an dedicated heritage centre home to brewing coppers and traditional tools of the industry.
In total, there are 14 stunning and unique industrial loft apartments constructed on the grounds of the former youngs’ brewery. The perfect fusion of modern interior and traditional heritage merged into the Ram Quarter makes it an exquisite modern residential and commercial retail hotspot for southwest London.
Situated in a beautiful green leafy suburb, Coopers’ Lofts has been designed within The Ram Quarter’s iconic listed building. Offering modern style with original period features, each apartment is a truly unique and remarkable place in which to live.
The heritage of The Ram Quarter dates back to the reign of King Henry VIII. It is the oldest site in Britain on which wholesale beer has been brewed continuously, and is now the focal point of the local area’s regeneration.
Previously hidden behind the brewery walls the River Wandle is now a central feature next to an open courtyard, restaurants and a heritage centre. Celebrating the prestigious London institution where beer has been brewed since at least 1533, The Ram Quarter has a small-scale brewery on-site to continue a 500-year-old tradition.
Overlooking the courtyard of The Ram Quarter, this studio apartment is on the second floor of this beautiful development and offers a contemporary style with original period features.
Tubes, trains, planes, buses and boats are in the vicinity of Coopers’ Lofts, so it is extremely well connected. There are direct trains that run frequently to Waterloo Station, as well as the efficient river bus that takes you to the City and buses running all day and night. For those travelling further afield, Heathrow, Gatwick and London City Airports are within an hour's travel.
Square Footage: 460 sq ft