Putney Rise featured in The Sunday Times

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Barratt London’s Putney Rise development is “on the rise”.

The Sunday Times Deputy Home Editor, Alexandra Goss, chose Barratt London’s Putney Rise development in her “Houses of the Week” roundup. Following The Sunday Times’ exclusive preview of Putney Rise, Goss says these homes are “on the rise” in London.

Set back from the road, most apartments at Putney Rise feature outdoor space, and if more greenery is what you’re after, “it’s a five-minute walk to Putney Heath”. The development is also close to some of the Capital’s best open spaces for residents who enjoy nature, like to exercise outdoors or who have children.

Putney Rise is well served by transport connections, with a 15-minute walk or bus ride away from Putney Railway Station, providing access to the City in 20 minutes, and East Putney underground station on the District line.

Each house at Putney Rise has modern comforts, including German kitchens featuring silestone worktops and are equipped with a stainless steel oven and induction hob, integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. Bathrooms are modern and sleek with full height ceramic wall tiling and a Grotherm two-way thermostatic bath and shower.

Putney Rise is made up of 125 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and 30 three and four-bedroom townhouses with private gardens and parking. Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Manager for Barratt London commented: “Putney is one of London’s most established and desirable villages. It’s a fantastic location for people wanting to live and work in the Capital. Transport links make it close enough to access London’s main business and social hubs easily, yet Putney’s wealth of parks and green space means that it has a calmer feel than many other London neighbourhoods. We have made sure that Putney Rise  is competitively priced. As one of the only new build developments in the area, we expect Putney Rise  to prove popular with people seeking a low maintenance home in a peaceful green location but who don’t want to move out of London.”