The London Broker is proud to bring to market this well-presented mid terraced Victorian home in Streatham. As you draw up to the property, you will notice that the smart frontage which was designed as an ‘edible garden’ due to the sunny aspect, is planted with various fruit plants which are ready to burst into flower at any moment. Inside, the house is presented in excellent condition. To the right is the light sitting room with bay windows. A gas fireplace takes centre-stage (currently capped) with white mantlepiece surround. Next door, is a second reception room which has been used as an office and currently a bedroom. Along the hall is the large kitchen with ample cupboard space along one wall designed for foodies, and space for a dining table to entertain. The kitchen has an open aspect with UPVC French windows leading out onto the garden. Back into the hall and under the stairs is a door leading to a useful cellar.
Upstairs, there are three good size bedrooms. The rear bedroom (currently used as an office) offers space for a double bed with ample light coming through a large window looking over the garden, and a window to the side. A modern bathroom sits between this, and the second bedroom; this room is also a double with a window looking out to the garden. The third bedroom is a generously sized master bedroom over looking the front of this picturesque home.
Outside, the property has a lovely garden laid to stone, offering mature herbaceous borders and a great feeling of space. This garden lends itself perfectly for entertaining throughout the Spring, and Summer months.
This mid terraced home is situated in an area well regarded as a village by its’ residents. Situated just off the high road, Natal road is well serviced for all the amenities Streatham Common has to offer: A large sports centre at the top of the road has a swimming pool, a gym and an ice rink. The area is best known as ‘Ferrers Triangle’ and offers residents a rare family environment. A sought after local pub serves the community well and is also a café during the day. Streatham Common lies on the other side of the high road; a vast open space to enjoy all year round. The area is extremely family orientated with The Common having a paddling pool; a woodland area; the Rookery (holding different events year-round) and a café. A newly built playground sits at the bottom of The Common with activities for all ages.
As well as Streatham having the reputation for the longest high street in the UK, the town has very useful shops – including a variety of well-known supermarkets, with the recent arrival of an M&S and Aldi, along with a variety of different genre restaurants; bistro style pubs, jazz club, cafés, new hipster style venues, as well as mainstream shops.
Communication is also very good with Streatham Common station giving access to London Victoria and London Bridge. There is also Streatham station giving access to the same along with a line through Farringdon and beyond. A newly built bus terminal next to Tesco’s also allows for excellent links to many other parts of The City.