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***** CHAIN FREE *****
Ground floor apartment set over two floors
3 Bathrooms plus 1 guest toilet
Open plan kitchen/reception
Communal gardens & courtyard
Allocated parking space
No onward chain
A truly stunning, especially spacious, light and airy apartment offering modern living in this iconic Grade II listed building. Designed in 1928 by the eminent Sir Giles Gilbert Scott Building who also designed the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station and the famous red London telephone box, the substantial Grade II listed main college building dominates the 13.2 acre tiered site as a single unified building, formally and symmetrically planned with a distinct south European influence.
The building has been meticulously restored and is situated amongst beautiful and well-tended communal grounds.
This apartment is located on the ground floor of the development and is in the original building. Before you enter the apartment there is access to a sunny courtyard that conveniently backs on to the gym. A large entrance hallway leads to an en suite double bedroom that is currently being used as an office that can be converted to a bedroom when required. Moving pass the bedroom and into the open/plan reception room which features impressive double height ceiling and a modern kitchen with a kitchen island at one end of the room and a reception/dining area the other. There is an ample larder that also houses the boiler. This room looks out to the front of the building and the manicured grounds.
Wide stairs lead to an en suite master bedroom which is a generous size with built in wardrobes. There is a second double bedroom, also with built in wardrobes. A family bathroom with bath and shower, and a storage cupboard.
A sizeable on-site resident's gymnasium and library are available for use within the building. The library/hall has resident's wi-fi for those who want to work from home. The apartment also has the added benefit of an allocated parking space.
The Gilbert Scott development is located on Scott Avenue, which runs off Sutherland Grove. East Putney and Southfields tube stations are within 3/4 of a mile in either direction, providing District Line access via Earls Court into The City and Central London. Putney over ground 1 ½ miles away for quick access to Waterloo (15mins). Access out of London is served via the A3 leading to the M25.
There are local shops (Waitrose & Cooperative) and restaurants/ bars at East Putney via Keswick Road and also in Southfields village (Sainsbury, Tesco and Marks and Spencer food hall)
The Southside shopping centre and cinema are located in Wandsworth as well as a luxury cinema in Putney.
The apartment is within walking distance to Putney High School and has good commuting access to other good private schools such as Ibstcok Place School in East Sheen.
- 3 Beds
- 1 Reception
- 3 Bathrooms
- Energy Rating : B
- Separate WC