A large ground floor one bedroom apartment with spacious eat in kitchen / sittting room, including space for a dining area. The apartment benefits from a communal garden and has close proximity to both Streatham and Tooting.This ground apartment sits in a Victorian building set back from the road. It is a well looked after building with clean communal areas which greet you as you enter the building. On entering the apartment, you are presented with a hallway with all rooms leading off; the sitting room / eat in kitchen sits to the right. This is a well-appointed room with large bay windows looking out to the front of the building allowing ample light into the room. It is an excellent space with enough room for sofas, chairs and a dining table – making it ideal for both entertaining and relaxing. The apartment has wooden floors, bar the bedroom and bathroom which are laid to carpet and stone, respectively. The kitchen area offers a four-ringed gas hob, single oven as well as wall cupboards and ample worktop space in-between. Opposite the kitchen / sitting room is the bathroom with shower over the bath. Next to this is the bedroom with space for a double bed and ample cupboards against one wall. The flat offers an enormous amount of light through the bay window in the sitting room / kitchen as well as the window in the bedroom.In addition, there is also a communal garden at the rear of the property, laid to grass. Access to this is to the side of the building. Ambleside Avenue is right at the heart of Streatham; sitting neatly at the corner of Tooting Common and Streatham High Road, it really does provide Streatham, Tooting and Balham at your fingertips. Transport in Streatham is extremely well provided for with three train stations in the area; Streatham Hill, Streatham, and Streatham Common. The latter two are the most convienient to Ambleside Avenue; although the position of this spacious 1 bedroom flat does give it the benefit of having links to the Northern Line at Tooting Bec, a 5 minute bus ride away. Streatham Common has links to London Victoria, and London Bridge in around 20 and 25 minutes, respectively. There is also a line that runs up to Watford, through West Brompton and Shepherd’s Bush. Streatham station has similar links along with a Thameslink line which runs through to Blackfriars and Farringdon. In addition, the area also has an excellent bus service offering links to Brixton (Victoria line), Green Park as well as London Liverpool Street station. Leasehold: Approx. 112 years remaining.