A delightful three-bedroom house in Streatham. On entering this modern Victorian home, you are presented with a hallway that opens out to all the downstairs rooms. First is the double reception room; one half of this room is currently laid out as a sitting room with UPVC windows looking out to the front of the property. A working fireplace take centre stage for those cold winter evenings. Meanwhile, the right-hand side of this open plan reception room gives you extremely versatile living and can be used as a separate reception room, playroom, or dining area. This large room takes ample light from both the front of the house, and from the kitchen with recently painted wooden floors throughout. Through the double reception room, down a few steps, you enter the extended kitchen with ample spaced for a kitchen table and numerous Velux windows to create a bright room. This square eat in kitchen has extensive wall and floor cupboards, along with a sink below the kitchen windows that over-looks the garden. The kitchen has an electric cooker with gas hob, a free standing fridge / freezer and dishwasher and washing machine. The white goods are integrated. To the right is a useful walk in utility room. Double doors open up at the rear of the property to access the south facing garden. Upstairs, this mid terraced home has three bedrooms; two doubles and a single bedroom with a bathroom in the middle. To the rear of the house is the single bedroom, over-looking the garden. Next door is the bathroom; a modern space with white tiling and a bath over the shower with a Velux window above. Up a few steps, and to the right, is a double bedroom also with windows over-looking the garden. Next door is the master bedroom with excellent fitted wardrobes that span across one wall to offer ample storage. A hatch in the hallway gives access to the loft, which can be extended – subject to planning permissions. Outside, there is a good size south facing garden. Immediately outside the double doors is a patio area with enough space for a table to entertain in the summer months. A low level wall, and a few steps up, brings you up to another area of the garden. This is laid to lawn and has a few mature herbaceous plants set against the fence line. Streatham has certainly cemented itself as a sought-after location for people to live, and this continues to be the case despite a more difficult market. This property is ideally located for all Streatham has to offer. A row of shops by Streatham Common station gives you a hairdresser, flower shop, newsagent and a well-regarded local pub, The Railway. Whilst in the other direction you an equally impressive parade of shops to include a Co-Op, wine shop, book shop and an Italian pizza restaurant. At the top of Greyhound Lane, you will find Streatham High Road; dubbed the longest road in Europe. Streatham High Road has an array of shops along its borders to include restuarants, independent pubs, Argos and a Odeon cinema. Supermarkets are also in abundance with a 24hr Tesco and Sainsbury’s. Streatham was also proud a few years ago to welcome Aldi and Marks and Spencer to its already vast list of supermarkets. Streatham is also renowned for its’ Common (at the top of Greyhound Lane) which offers the residents a vast open space to walk, exercise dogs, or sit and relax in the sunshine. Starting at the bottom of the common is recently refurbished playground offering activities for all age groups. Whilst in the middle of The Common is the Rookery that holds monthly markets throughout the year. On the corner of the Rookery is a café which serves hot and cold food and drinks. There is so much to do on The Common including a paddling pool which is run by the people of Streatham and opens each year for families to enjoy. A wooden area sits beyond this where there are forestry classes for children of all ages. There are also ample activities for adults too with a modern gym next to Tesco’s which has a pool and ice hockey rink. Streatham is proud to present an ice hockey team who play regularly and is a great night out. Other gyms include a Virgin Active further up the high street. The excellent mid terraced three bedroom home is also within the catchment area of OFSTED Outstanding Granton Primary School. There is ample communication into Streatham; firstly, there are to stations – Streatham Common and Streatham station within close proximity to this mid terraced Victorian three bedroom home. Streatham Common is the closest, offering trains to London Victoria, London Bridge as well as a line up through Shepherds Bush (Westfields shopping centre). The other is Streatham station – offering trains to London Bridge and also through Blackfriars / Farringdon and St Pancras. A newly formed bus terminal sits next to Streatham station offering regular buses to Brixton as well as Green Park and Liverpool Street amongst others. This is a great home – book a viewing today!