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Paint it white...stylish interior.<br />
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Gimme Shelter ? - Who's Next for this Putney property with a fascinating rock n roll back story.<br />
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An opulent luxury apartment inside a former church hall that hosted the Rolling Stones and The Who has emerged for sale for nearly £2million.<br />
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Hotham Hall in Putney, South West London, dates back to 1913 and was a venue for both bands on the 22nd December 1963 when The Detours, an early incarnation of The Who, supported the Rolling Stones.<br />
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It's even claimed Pete Townshend first created his signature windmilling guitar style here after watching Keith Richards warming up back stage.<br />
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The former hall to St Mary's church also hosted speeches from Winston Churchill in 1933 and Anthony Eden in 1934.<br />
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It has now been converted into luxury apartments being sold off by up-market estate agents Savills with a whopping £2 million asking price.