Accommodation comprises entrance hall with access to guest WC, inbuilt storage cupboards, and stairs rising to the first floor, leading into the bright and spacious double length through reception room with attractive bay window and cast iron feature fireplace. To the rear of the property, the beautiful open plan kitchen/diner is flooded with natural light from skylight windows and double doors out to the paved private garden. The kitchen area itself comprises a modern range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces and tiled splash-back incorporating inset sink unit, gas hob with electric oven, and further space for appliances. To the first floor, there are three well proportioned bedrooms, with inbuilt storage to the generous front aspect room, plus a family bathroom with modern suite and elegant tiling. To the second floor, there is an inviting master bedroom with rear aspect Juliette style balcony, further Velux windows, and ample inbuilt storage including access to the eaves space. A beautiful bathroom with contemporary style free-standing bath suite completes the ample accommodation.
The property is enviably located within easy access of Putney town centre with an array of fashionable bars, cafes and shops as well as excellent transport links from both Putney mainline, and Putney Bridge underground stations. There are also numerous regular bus routes linking the surrounding area. The area is well served by a fantastic selection of local schools and beautiful open spaces including nearby Putney and Wimbledon Commons, Richmond Park and the London Wetland Centre.
Viewings are highly recommended.
Comments from the Owner:
What do you love most about your home?
First and foremost we love our location, but we've also managed to extend the house to get just the right amount of space for our family of four. Our back garden acts as a second living room throughout the warmer months, and is always quiet as it backs onto a pedestrian alleyway.
There is a genuine warmth among the residents of Gwalior Road's 23 houses, and a sense of community that has nothing to do with being like-minded or from similar backgrounds, rather just the feeling that we all live in a great street in a great location, and where being friendly with your neighbours comes with the territory.
Why are you moving?
We want to find a bigger house because we're going to bring elderly parents down from Manchester to live with us.
What do you love about the area?
We are 80m from The Jolly Gardeners, the perfect neighbourhood pub where they really do know our names and we only need order 'the usual'. We are also a two minute walk from Waitrose which is open late six days a week, and we're a six minute walk from Putney station. For leisure walking we're also very lucky, with the Thames path five minutes away, as well as Putney and Barnes commons. Although the High Street has suffered some decline in recent years there are still plenty of places for coffee, lunch or dinner ranging from Norwegian coffee to Vietnamese street food. Our children are grown up now, but when they were small we were aware that we were in a very fortunate position for primary schools, with four highly rated schools within a short walk - actually five now!