Stars of the reality TV show Oliver Proudlock and Jamie Laing say its time to leave the Made in Chelsea ‘Pardy Pad’, which is on the market through for £1.4 million

The Made In Chelsea ‘boys house’ in SW6 currently lived in by Oliver Proudlock and Jamie Laing has been put up for sale for £1.4 million through nationwide online estate agent The four bedroom 1,300 sq ft property on Novello Street has been lived in by Oliver and Jamie for the past 18 months and has appeared in the last two series of E4’s BAFTA winning reality TV show.

Oliver Proudlock says: “Novello Street has formed a central part of the past two series of Made of Chelsea. Not only is it a great house, but it’s in an awesome location – right by the tube, and really close to some great bars and restaurants. We have had some amazing times there, and it will be strongly missed.”

Currently home to the infamous portrait of Jamie Laing, Francis Boulle and Oliver Proudlock (the original housemates) painted by Oliver Proudlock himself and with a large living space of over 535 sq ft, a stylish roof terrace and just moments from Parsons Green, the property is the quintessential South West London party pad.


Henry Nash and Will Clark of Sell My Home

Jamie Laing says: “As the true Made In Chelsea ‘Pardy Pad’ we’ve loved every moment of our time here. The portrait of the three of us painted by Proudlock will always remind us of our happy chapter at Novello Street! It’s time to move on though and we’re looking forward to lots of new twists and turns in the upcoming series.”

Having recently sold a similar four bedroom property on the parallel street, Ackmar Road, on the market for £1.775 mill, online Estate Agent was able to save the vendors in excess of £35,000 in estate agent fees.


The infamous painting in the boy’s house

Will Clark, Director of says: “With the lack of stock and high demand both from owner occupiers and investors, property prices in Fulham have increased by approximately £2,500 per week over the past year. Many vendors in SW6 have become accidental ‘property millionaires’ due to the huge increase in values and for them, tens of thousands of pounds in estate agent fees are a major cost.” offers simple sale packages starting at £150 for professional floorplans, photography and EPC’s and will host properties for sale on all the major property portals including Zoopla and Rightmove. With over 90% of property searches starting on the portals, believe that this is set to rise as more vendors understand the benefits of working with an expert and experienced online agent. The team is able to offer authoritative advice during the valuation and negotiation process, but the vendors are in control of the viewings themselves. So often, viewings are undertaken by an Estate Agent and the two crucial parties, buyers and vendors never meet – the team believe that simple conversations and transparency between the two parties directly is far more likely to create a more streamlined and successful sale.


The Fulham house on Novello Street has a lovely modern kitchen

Will Clark continues: “We are undoubtedly at the start of a new ‘property revolution.’ The cost of moving, of which a huge chunk is paid to Estate Agents, has put many people off from going through with a home sale. We’re a long way from the transaction levels of 2007 but at we hope to inject increased momentum into to the market by saving vendors thousands in agent fees.”

The property is currently on the market for £1.4 million, for full details visit