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Hurlingham Court,

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms


Top floor with lift

View of river and west London

Day porter

Communal gardens

Close to Putney Bridge Tube Station


Share of Freehold

Service Charge: Approx £7,000

Council Tax: Band F

Story of the Home

This top floor apartment situated in a stately Victorian mansion block enjoys captivating views of the Thames and across West London.

Moments from the banks of the river and the green spaces of Hurlingham Park, this home sits in an enviable position between Fulham and Putney Bridge, with easy access to central London.

Originally constructed in 1895, Hurlingham Court consists of four apartment blocks. Upon entering Hurlingham Court, through the grand oak doors, you sense the Victorian heritage.

The communal hall and areas have been dutifully maintained by the residents over the years, preserving the building’s integrity, and fostering a close-knit community dedicated to upholding its Victorian heritage.

There are only five properties in this area of the building, and the apartment enjoys sole access on the top floor, which adds to the serene nature of this home.

A well-appointed and spacious apartment, there are two double bedrooms of generous proportions; the large principal bedroom is calm with incredible views over West London.

The guest bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room. The versatile third bedroom is currently used as an office.

The light-filled reception room is positioned next to a well-equipped kitchen/diner, which benefits from access to a south-facing balcony with a view of the river.

The manicured communal gardens on the riverbank serve as a peaceful place of relaxation in what is a rare private setting alongside the Thames.

Putney Bridge tube station is close by, providing access to central London or towards Wimbledon via the District Line.

There are an abundance of local shops, pubs and restaurants on New King’s Road and Putney High Street. There are also numerous green open spaces within walking distance.

The Grade II-listed Bishop’s Park is moments away, with its ornamental lakes, lush meadows, and scenic river walks along the Fulham section of the Thames Path. The 18th century Fulham Palace enchants visitors with its meticulously restored walled garden, fruit trees, and vibrant flowers, as does the Edwardian Grade II listed Wandsworth Park.

Neighbouring the apartment on Ranelagh Gardens is the Hurlingham Club, 42 acres of magnificent, landscaped grounds and gardens along the riverbank. Renowned for its history as the birthplace of polo, this private members’ club offers exclusive access to immaculate croquet and tennis lawns, and a grand Georgian clubhouse.

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"The manicured communal gardens on the riverbank serve as a peaceful place of relaxation in what is a rare private setting alongside the Thames."

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