• Putney
  • 5 Bedroom
  • From £1,000 per night

A Victorian villa refocused for vibrant modern family living.

Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Capacity: 10
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London
  • Erpingham Road, Putney, London

    The immaculate exterior, finished in red brick with manicured topiary, is a forerunner to the expertly-considered details inside. Open the door to a hallway of geometric tiles, leading you to the social heart of the home. Family life plays out across the open-plan kitchen, dining and living room – imagined with an innovative eye by Chantal Michelin of Flower Michelin. Light is brilliant and plentiful, courtesy of Crittall windows and a skylight. A refined material palette energised with eccentric interiors; note the jugs by Anissa Kermiche and neon sign that once hung in a shop window on bustling Oxford Street. The Richard Emerson kitchen is fit for all culinary adventures, where you can prepare a feast for friends around the dining table. As nights draw in, there’s a kick-back-and-relax TV area with a hidden wine fridge, as well as a formal reception room, the perfect setting to get lost in your favourite book.  

    Whilst London certainly isn’t short of green spaces, you’d be hard pressed to find a verdant sanctuary to match this garden. Thoughtfully zoned into a trio of social spaces, a vibrant lawn sits between two decked patios. Summertime entertaining sorted.  

    The charm of period features, such as sculpted cornicing and a tiled fireplace, characterise the light-flooded master bedroom. Its en-suite bathroom, by contrast, is a marvel in modern design: two vanities, a Crittall-framed shower and monochrome tiles is stylish and streamlined. The other four bedrooms are tranquil spaces, finished in Cath Kidston wallpaper, upholstery and bedding – a quintessentially British vision, joyfully blending modern and vintage styles.  
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      Entertainment throughout the year

      A wealth of indoors and outdoors space is complete with a Sonos sound system and underfloor heating. Guests are welcome, no matter the season.

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      An ode to British design

      The home is filled with details honouring the country’s design history. From original tiling and cornicing, to the quirky Cath Kidston homeware and Union Jack trunk in the reception room, it’s an Anglophile’s haven.

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      The eye of an architect

      The open-plan kitchen, dining and living space is a masterstroke in contemporary design, accomplished by Flower Michelin. Light pours through Crittall windows, accentuating the clean lines and smooth surfaces that characterise the space.

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      An urban oasis

      A garden is surrounded in lush greenery, providing a vibrant backdrop for summer barbecues and evening sundowners.

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    About the area

    Putney is an enclave of calm away from the bustle of the metropolis.

     Once a small riverside village, there’s a rich history with scatterings of blue plaques across the neighbourhood – Thomas Cromwell and Clement Attlee to name but a few. There are a wealth of independent shops and cafes along Lacy Road, just a ten-minute walk away. Pick up a coffee from Blåbär, then its a short walk to Barnes Common or Wandsworth Park – the perfect backdrop for picnics in the sun. Dinner at The Jolly Gardeners or the Coat and Badge, before an evening of live music at the Half Moon.  

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