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A four-bedroom Victorian home presented in excellent order throughout with a double reception, eat in kitchen and private garden nestled within the heart of The Ferrers Triangle, the cafes, local pubs and two stations.

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • W.C.
  • Under floor heating
  • Eat in kitchen
  • Private garden
  • Close to stations
  • Good proximity to amenities.
For Sale
£815,000
1338 sq ft / 124 sq m
4 1
Floor plan of property Map with pin

In Detail

The London Broker is proud to present this elegant four-bedroom Victorian home for sale in the heart of The Ferrers Triangle. Walking up to the house you are presented with this smartly painted mid terraced home with a bay window to the front. On entry, you will find white and black tiled floor throughout the ground floor. To the immediate left is the sitting room with newly laid wooden parquet flooring and fireplace (not working) with mantle surround taking centre stage. To the front of the house are UPCV windows covered with London shutters. There is a large built-in bookcase that surrounds a spacious dining area that easily fits a table for six. In the middle of the room is another fireplace (not working) with a UPVC window looking out onto the garden.

Down a few steps and the corridor opens into the kitchen / dining area. To the left you will find some exposed brick work and a work surface that leads down this side of the wall with ample cupboard space underneath and large window looking out to the side of the property. Opposite you will find more full height cupboard space along with a six-ring gas stove and double oven before the kitchen area lends itself to a space for a six-person family table. Double doors lead to the private garden. The kitchen also benefits from under-floor heating.

Upstairs, at to the rear of the property, is the fourth, smallest, room: currently being used as a nursery but would certainly fit a double bed should you need. Outside this room you will find access to a loft. Next door is the bathroom with attractive blue and grey floor tiles with under-floor heating, a bath with shower over and W.C. Moving to the front of the property there is a separate W.C. Up a few stairs and you find the third double bedroom with UPVC windows overlooking the garden before reaching the principal bedroom at the front of the house. This is a very light room thanks to two windows that face southeast. To the right is ample and full height and width cupboards.

At the top of the house is the fourth, double, bedroom with a rather cleverly designed ‘pull out’ cupboard space. This room is equally light and airy with UPVC windows looking to the front and rear of this lovely family home.

Immediately outside, the garden offers a spacious patio area, perfect for entertaining, before turning to easy grass that makes it very useable all year round. At the end of the garden there are some raised flower beds and throughout the garden there are a variety of herbaceous plants, shrubs, and trees.

Hambro Road is one of the three roads which makes up ‘The Ferrers triangle’: A notable area of Streatham Common, known for its fantastic community. Diagonally opposite this excellent four-bedroom home is a café serving hot food and drinks throughout the day and is very well thought of by the people who live in the local area. Equally, within ‘The Ferrers triangle’ is The Earl Ferrers pub which is the very heart of the local community. Within a short walk you also have a number of other pubs, all offering something slightly different. Heading south, only a five-minute walk away, you will find Streatham Common: a vast open area ideal for families, walking the dog or sitting to enjoy the sunshine. There is also a café in the middle of the common – sister to Skylark – offering cold and hot food and drinks throughout the day. Beyond this is a microbrewery called Ink Spot that opens its’ doors each month for people to enjoy drinks straight from the cask.

Streatham High Road has been dubbed the longest road in Europe and along its’ boarders are several useful amenities to include shops, restaurants, bars and a cinema. Supermarkets are also in plentiful supply with a 24hr Tesco’s and Sainsbury’s as well as an Aldi and M&S food.

There is also an assortment of transport links from this elegant four-bedroom mid terraced Victorian home from Streatham Common, Streatham as well as a bus terminal on the high road. These links include access to London Victoria, London Bridge, Thameslink and up through Green Park and Liverpool Street by bus.

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