Upon entrance, the property comprises a decent sized living room featuring quality joinery and a stunning period fireplace, embellished with a Grecian design.
Additionally there is a large double bedroom, with high ceilings and large double glazed windows, which flood the room with natural light. On the lower level of this split-level flat is a fitted bathroom, which boasts high panelling, giving it a very vintage feel. To the rear of the property there is a spacious eat-in kitchen, complete with a breakfast bar, copious amounts of storage space, and a seventies style bench. The kitchen provides access to a sublime garden, which is surrounded by a thicket of trees and bushes, allowing for tranquil and undisturbed outside moments. The landscaped garden, with its eclectic array of plants and its beautiful York stone patio, is brimming with character and is the perfect space for alfresco dining at night, with the help of a large floodlight fixed to the rear of the property, or reading in the sun.
The property boasts wood flooring throughout, and more significantly, double glazing throughout, which was installed in 2003, when the standard and quality of double glazing was improved.
The flat is located in Streatham, an area with a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and shops to choose from, having a diverse range of cuisines. Streatham also benefits from a selection of premier fitness centres with swimming pools, plus London`s only Olympic-sized skating rink, making it perfect for those interested in lifestyle and fitness. As one of London`s busiest bus corridors, there are extensive links from the area to the tube network towards central London, the south and orbital routes. Moreover, Streatham Station, which is a short walk away, has direct trains to Blackfriars, Farringdon, St Pancras, London Bridge and beyond.