Savills | Ravenna Road, Putney, London, SW15 6AW | Property to rent
468.79 sq m
Guide price £10,000(€11,013)
Monthly. Fees apply

Ravenna RoadPutney, London, SW15 6AW

  • Under offer
  • Managed by Savills
  • Furnished / unfurnished

Key features

  • Arranged over 5 floors
  • The conservatory hosts a spectacular vine
  • Wine Cellar and garage
  • Private garden with the summer house
  • Off-street parking for several cars
  • Council Tax Band = H

A handsome mid-Victorian villa with a lovely west facing garden and ample off-street parking.

About this property

  • With stunning views of St John's Church to the front this stunning family home is approached via wrought iron gates, leading to off-street parking for several cars with the added benefit of a fast charger for electric vehicles.

    The accommodation is arranged over 5 floors and provides excellent reception space for both formal and informal entertaining on a grand scale.

    Of particular note, is the elegant double drawing room, which runs the length of the house and is wonderfully light, with high ceilings typical of this architecture.

    The 2 original fireplaces remain, along with 2 huge floor to ceiling windows, complete with the original shutters.

    The kitchen/breakfast/family room on the ground floor extends to the conservatory with views over the garden and hosts a spectacular vine. With 5 bedrooms over the upper floors, the house provides excellent accommodation to suit the needs of a growing family. The magnificent principal bedroom is on the first floor, along with a second drawing room with attached studio/study area. The principal bedroom has a bath and separate shower, with beautiful Limestone tiles.

    The good sized, walled, west facing garden is accessed from the conservatory at ground floor level, out to the terrace, ideal for alfresco dining. There is also useful access to the garden from the front driveway.

Local information

  • Putney combines the appeal of suburban living with all the convenience of Zone 2 centrality as well as offering easy access to various heaths, commons and the River Thames.
  • Putney is spoilt by its transport options. The two underground stations, Putney Bridge and East Putney are on the District line, the overground trains link to Waterloo. River bus services can be picked up at Putney Pier and Riverside Quarter Pier too.
  • Putney has preserved its reputation for leisurely escapism and sporting pursuits with its active cricket and rowing clubs – the famous Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race launches from Putney Embankment. It is also very popular with cyclists and other athletes who enjoy the proximity to Richmond Park and the miles of the Thames Path National Trail.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E