This stunning five bedroom house is arranged over three floors and boasts over six acres of beautiful communal gardens and a great location close to Streatham Common.
- Five bedroom house set within a beautiful gated development
- Spacious reception room with balconies
- Modern kitchen with integrated appliances
- Master bedroom with en suite and walk-in wardrobe
- Four further good-sized bedrooms, one with en suite
- Contemporary bathroom and two guest cloakrooms
- Private paved rear garden
- Garage and off-street parking for two cars
This remarkable property is ideally located adjacent to the wide open spaces and landmark 'Rookery' landscaped gardens of Streatham Common, while a wide range of shops and amenities are available within easy reach on Streatham High Road.
Streatham Common locals have kindly shared their favourite places to go...
Norwood Grove House
Known locally as the "White House", Norwood Grove House and its well-tended formal gardens were opened in 1926 by the future King Edward VIII. It is the centrepiece of Norwood Grove itself; a large expanse of grass from which you can overlook Streatham and its surrounding areas. It is thoroughly underutilised and all the better for it!
A walled garden that would not look out of place in a BBC costume drama. Stunning throughout the year and still relatively undiscovered by the residents of South London. The gardens are beautifully maintained by a justifiably proud set of volunteers.
This gastropub next to Streatham Common is fantastic! The décor is really cool, there's an impressive outdoor seating area with fires and the food is outstanding.
West Norwood station
Streatham Common station
- Stamp Duty
- Council tax:
- £2,515 per year (Band H)
- Local authority:
- Total Sq Ft:
- 1,178 (109 Sq M) approx.
Lease details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.