Hotham Hall is a former Village hall built in 1913 and converted into contemporary loft style apartments in 1997. In the 1930's it was the location of political speeches made by Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden, in the 1960's it was the venue for performances by the Rolling Stones and the Who, and now is houses some of the most spacious and desirable apartments in Putney.
The accommodation comprises of a ground floor entertaining space over 45 ft long with open plan living / kitchen, guest bedroom with en-suite shower room and separate cloakroom, a mezzanine level overlooks the family / media room, and the lower floor comprises of 2 double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. There is a private patio garden, and direct access to the allocated parking space.
Hotham Road is located in desirable West Putney, well positioned for many excellent local shops and restaurants as well as local private, state and church schools. Putney Station (Mainline to Waterloo) can be found on Putney High Street 0.5 miles away and both East Putney & Putney Bridge Underground stations (District Line) are both 0.8 miles away.
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"In the 1960's Hotham Hall was the venue for performances by the Rolling Stones & The Who"