Our Streatham Office is located opposite the common, close to the junction where Greyhound lane meets Streatham High road. Streatham Common has also been designated a local nature reserve.
Streatham has become one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse neighbourhoods in London. Spread over a large part of the Borough of Lambeth, from Brixton to Norbury. Streatham has plenty of green space, including the manicured acres of The Rookery beside Streatham Common. Additionally it houses three railway stations offering easy access to central London along with an active, and committed, local community. For good reason people who live in Streatham tend to be extremely proud of their neighbourhood, campaign tirelessly to improve what was once known as “the West End of South London”.
Streatham boasts a large amount of good quality housing, the most desirable of which tend to be around the commons: attractive Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses, 1930s suburban terraces and apartment blocks and semi-detached family houses. Detached homes and larger semis can be found in the tree lined streets off the High Road. Schools in the area have improved dramatically over the last few years with many now at ‘Outstanding’ status.
What makes Streatham property really special is its value for money! People don’t believe it’s possible to live in a generous family home with a decent garden in London, so Streatham often comes as a welcome surprise.
If you are looking to settle in Streatham or looking to sell in Streatham, please feel to speak to one of our property consultants who will only be more than willing to help.