The London Broker is proud to bring to market this lovely mid terraced house in the sought-after area of Streatham, dubbed the ‘Ferrers Triangle’. This four-bedroom Victorian house sits on the south side of Hambro Road, allowing ample light into the house. The property offers a balanced mix of period and modern features including Victorian fireplaces, wooden floorboards throughout, modern kitchen and private paved garden. The thirteen hundred square foot house has three double bedrooms spread across the first floor. In addition, there is a family bathroom along with a separate W.C. The house has already being extended to offer a fourth bedroom on the top floor.Outside, this four-bedroom house offers a well-proportioned garden to match the property with stone paving and ample space for a table and chairs. In addition, there is a side space which would lend itself perfectly to an extension (STTP). This space is currently used as an ideal area to house a BBQ and family toys. The Ferrers Triangle is a very sought-after area of Streatham Common known for its ‘village-like’ feel, with an actively used local coffee shop at one end, and a popular local pub at the other. In addition, both organise local street events throughout the year. An alley way at the top of Hambro Road leads to the large Tesco’s Extra, and Streatham is host to three other supermarkets within close proximity to this mid terraced house; including Aldi, Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury’s. Streatham High Road is proud to be named the longest high street in Europe with an array of excellent coffee houses, restaurants and shops along its length. Streatham Common is also close at hand: a vast open area with a newly built playground at the bottom, a Rookery in the middle and a small wooded area at the top – perfect for exercising children, dogs or even yourselves with The Rookery Café offering everyone a perfect place to re vitalise afterwards. Hambro Road is well placed for transport across the Capital: Streatham Common offers links to Victoria and London Bridge as well as an hourly train through to Shepherds Bush. In addition, Streatham Station provides access through to Blackfriars / Farringdon as well as London Bridge as well. Similarly, a newly formed bus terminal next to Tesco’s provides an array of buses which connects you to areas across London, including Green Park and Liverpool Street. This is must see property – book today!