A very handsome, double fronted, detached period house in a prized location, which has been the subject of an imaginative and no-expense-spared refurbishment and upgrade in recent years.
Originating from the time of William IV and with later period additions, Scarth House is situated on a private, tree-lined avenue.
At garden level, the designer kitchen/breakfast/family room is light and spacious. It provides direct access to the wonderful 110ft, west-facing walled garden, with its handsome pavilion. Another reception room serves as a TV/family room and also gives direct access onto the garden. There is both a garage and utility room, with side access. At raised ground level, there are two elegant formal reception rooms, leading off the reception hall.
The ceilings are unusually high, giving a fabulous quality of light and the reception rooms have beautiful features and fireplaces. These formal reception rooms are both dual aspect and the large windows give fine views over the garden to rear and tree lined Putney Park Avenue to the front. The elegant drawing room also has French doors leading out onto a west-facing balcony, which is a lovely feature, giving a fine view over the garden and beyond.
The first floor is given over, in its entirety, to a fabulous principal bedroom suite and a further small, cosy, study to the rear of the house. The principal bedroom suite has a bathroom with a large walk-in shower and free standing bath. There is also ample storage. The second floor has two good sized, well balanced double bedrooms which are served by a shower room.
In addition to the main hub of the house, there are two bedrooms set apart and served by their own en suite shower rooms. Both are accessed by their own staircases and are ideal as standalone accommodation.
To the front of the house, there is a pretty carriage driveway providing off-street parking.
Read more about this luxury property on page 35 of London Property South Magazine