The London Broker is proud to present this excellent three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on the ground floor of a Victorian building with off street parking, a large cellar space and a private garden in one of Streatham’s premium roads. Share of Freehold.

  • Share of Freehold
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Eat-in kitchen with Victorian fireplace
  • Large cellar
  • Off street parking
For Sale
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In Detail

The London Broker is delighted to offer to market this delightful three-bedroom apartment set on one of Streatham’s most sought-after roads. The property is found in a tall Victorian building set back from the road by off street parking only a few moments away from the bustling high street that offers a multitude of pubs, restuarants, supermarkets, transport links and a Common along its path.

On entering the main hallway, you are presented with a wide-open space, beautifully decorated. This apartment is situated on the ground floor. Entering the apartment, you are hit by a good-sized hallway that has space for coats along with a side table. The flooring, as with most of the apartment, bar the bedrooms, has wonderful wooden floors. Starting to the right, and towards the front of the apartment, you will find the open plan kitchen / reception room. As with much of the apartment, this room has a lovely tall ceiling and a large south facing bay windows which absorbs a lot of light. A delightful Victorian fireplace (capped) sits to the left with carefully chosen wallpaper by the current owners surrounding this, and the iron mantle-piece. The sitting area has ample space for two sofas and a four-person dining table. A breakfast bar separates this area to the kitchen which has substantial floor and wall cupboards, double oven, a four ringed gas hob and a fitted fridge / freezer.

Directly opposite the kitchen is one of the three bedrooms, with an en-suite shower room. Back towards the apartment door and to the right is the family bathroom with bath over the shower. Down a few steps and to the right is the 2nd double bedroom with doors out onto the garden. The third, smaller, bedroom is opposite with windows to the side of the house. Behind the door is a particularly useful shelf space and a hatch which leads to vast cellar offering two separate rooms. This large, dry, area is perfect for potentially using as a temporary study / playroom or indeed ideal for storage! It really is a very large space, and something sought after in an apartment.

Outside, the apartment has a patio area before the garden turns to grass. Mature flower beds sits each side of the fence offering a lovely summers’ garden to entertain or just sit and relax.
The variety Streatham high road has to offer is vast. Known for having the longest high road in Europe, there are a myriad of useful shops along its’ borders. Equally, there is also an assortment of boutique restaurants and pubs with different offering to suit its’ clientele; the one closest to this apartment offers residence a truly local feel. Furthermore, Supermarkets are likewise in ample supply with a 24hr Tesco’s and Sainsburys, along with an Aldi and Marks and Spencer food on your doorstep. If you are looking for something more active to do, or indeed walk the dog then Streatham Common gives you a boundless open area to be able to do this, or sit in the sun with your friends. At the top of The Common is the Rookery Café (sister to Skylark on Wandsworth Common) offering a selection of beverages, food all day long, and ice creams in the summer. The name of the café is taken from The Rookery that sits behind offering a haven for people to be able to sit with friends, as well as housing the monthly farmers market along with some music festivals in the summer months.

Transport is also in abundance with two main stations set either side of this three-bedroom, two-bathroom Victorian home. First is Streatham Common offering a service to London Victoria, London Bridge along with a line running through Shepherds bush. On the other side of this three-bedroom Share of Freehold home is Streatham Station offering lines to London Bridge as well as a Thameslink line through Farringdon. Lastly, a bus terminal by the 24hr Tesco’s gives you a connection to Brixton (Victoria line) as well as access to Green Park and through to Liverpool Street.

This is a great apartment: Book today!


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