Sprawling and stately, this six-bedroom Edwardian abode sits in leafy surrounds.
If you’re pining for the space and silence of rural living, but still want to be close to the buzz of city life, then this pied-à-terre in riverside Putney should exceed expectations.
There’s room aplenty for the biggest of tribes. Six bedrooms, three bathrooms and two reception rooms are amplified by period dimensions and details: from ornate cornicing to large bay windows.
Characterful and refined, the living spaces complement each other. One, more laidback with an L-shaped sofa for lounging and a stack of books to flick through in front of the open fire; the other more formal with regal touches: a chandelier, matching teal velvet seating and doors leading out onto the garden.
The outside is a focal point in the contemporary yet classic kitchen too; bi-fold doors open to reveal a raised patio that seamlessly links the inside with the out. A marble breakfast bar and large dining table offer options for socialising, while clever design details like floor-to-ceiling cabinets and a concealed pantry keep the space clutter-free.
Upstairs, the star of the bedrooms is the master suite – all soothing sage green walls with doors out onto a Juliette balcony. There’s a walk-in wardrobe with enough storage to satisfy sartorialists and an en-suite that is the definition of immaculate. Think marble hexagonal tiles and surfaces, mink-coloured walls, a freestanding tub and a huge walk-in shower. There are a further five bedrooms to explore; one on the second floor features a kitchenette.