After working in property for over five years, and dealing with many agents, it is refreshing to deal with an individual agent that is good at what they do. There was no hard sell, not pressure tactics and you took the time to understand what I wanted.

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A stone's throw from the river in Putney, this vibrant venue continues to draw live music fans from all over town year after year and the cracking selection of hearty fresh pub grub makes it too good a gig to miss.

Cycle: Biking commuters enjoy a half hour ride to Victoria. 

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We have sample set menus and grazing options available to order, but let us know if there is anything else you’d like; our creative Head Chef will tailor menus to you and your party.

I have found the level of service and support provided to me throughout this process by KFH to be of an excellent standard.

Sport: Active Londoners love Putney life, with its wealth of sporting opportunities. There are several rowing clubs situated on the Putney riverbank, catering for all standards from novice to international competitor. Locals can choose from several golf and cricket clubs, including the London Scottish Golf Club on nearby Wimbledon Common and Putney Cricket Club, founded in 1870.

Bus: The 37 (to Peckham), 170 (to Victoria) and 337 (to Richmond) all serve East Putney, while the 14 (to Warren Street), 74 (to Baker Street) and 430 (to South Kensington) stop at Putney Bridge. The 74 and 37 are 24 hour services.

One regular visitor was Queen Elizabeth I who frequently visited Putney from 1579 to 1603, often visiting Mr John Lacy. She was said to "honour Lacy with her company more frequently than any of her subjects", often staying for two to three days.[9]

Sir Jacob Epstein was buried in Putney Vale Cemetery on 24 August 1959.[53]

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Excluding the Putney Exchange in a survey by the New Economics Foundation of 27 London high streets in 2005, Putney's ranked fifth most "cloned...[meaning] offering identikit shopping with little local character".[39]

Thank you very much for all your efforts to find our perfect home. You were the only agent who really cared about our needs. I wish we had met sooner. We would definitely recommend KFH to all our friends.

The Lord General hath caused a bridge to be built upon barges and lighters over the Thames between Fulham and Putney, to convey his army and artillery over into Surrey, to follow the king's forces; and he hath ordered that forts shall be erected at each end thereof to guard it; but for the present the seamen, with long boats and shallops full of ordnance and musketeers, lie there upon the river to secure it.[10]

It really matters which estate agent you choose. We had been trying to sell an investment property in Chelsea for 18 months with little interest and so placed the property on the market with KFH. On the first day we received three offers, one at the full asking price. I cannot recommend the team at KFH highly enough.

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Scio House was the last villa on Portsmouth Road abutting the heath: it eventually became a hospital and was known as Scio House Hospital for Officers, Putney.[18] It has since been redveloped as a gated community of 70 neo-Georgian homes divided between two streets.[19]

Putney Pier is served by River Bus 6 to/from Blackfriars Millennium Pier, weekday peak periods only.[55]

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska had a studio in Putney in the last year of his life after moving from 454a Fulham Road. Sydney Schiff went to visit Gaudier there in 1914 to purchase the "Dancer", which was later presented to the Victoria and Albert Museum. Gaudier-Brzeska was killed in France in June 1915.[54]

The Ealing team did an excellent job for us. They suggested an asking price higher than other local agents, and still achieved several offers above it.

Putney is served by mainline South West Trains trains to London Waterloo from Putney station and by London Underground from East Putney. The far west of Putney is also served by Barnes station, a few hundred yards across the boundary in Barnes, while Putney Bridge tube station is across the river in Fulham. Services to Waterloo run every five to 10 minutes, making it a popular location for professionals commuting into central London.

Putney (/ˈpʌtni/) is a district in south-west London, England in the London Borough of Wandsworth. It is centred 5.1 miles (8.2 km) south-west of Charing Cross. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.[2]

First, increasing numbers of steam-powered boats (not to mention the growing levels of sewage being discharged into the river) made leisure rowing on the Thames in central London unpleasant if not impossible. There was much less commercial traffic on the river at Putney (partly because the many buttresses of the original Putney Bridge restricted the transit of large river boats) ensuring more suitable water for rowing. The river was also cleaner at Putney.

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The Member of Parliament is currently that of the Putney constituency.


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The Boathouse is the flagship pub on Putney Wharf Development, located on the River Thames. Clearly visible from the iconic Putney Bridge, the Boathouse stands proudly on the waterfront and is a key feature in the social life of Putney’s inhabitants. While upholding Young’s traditional values of fine ales, craft beers and great wine The Boathouse also embraces the vibrant and energetic mood of its environment.

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Putney had a second place of worship, for Independents and Roehampton was in the process of achieving separate parish status. The proprietors of the bridge distributed £31 per annum to watermen, and watermen's widows and children; and the parish received benefit from Henry Smith's and other charities.[6] Putney in 1887 covered 9 square kilometres (3.5 sq mi).[7]

The team at KFH were second to none, providing clear advice and no nonsense guidance, essential in today’s Battersea market. You were honest about the valuation that we would be likely to achieve and did not try to inflate the price. All in all, we were very pleased with the service.

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Congratulations on a great job. I would like to say how impressed I was with your excellent market knowledge and insight. Your team has been unfailingly polite, focused, efficient and customer friendly.