Two double-bedroom flat on the second floor of a sought-after, purpose-built 1930s mansion-block, set in attractive communal grounds and conveniently close to Streatham High Street, with its station (Streatham Hill), bus routes and array of shops and amenities. The property offers light and spacious accommodation and is well presented and maintained throughout. There is potential for further customisation and enhancement.
Accommodation comprises wide entrance hallway leading to the bright and spacious reception room, which boasts bay windows, polished wood floor, original radiator, feature fireplace and ample space in which to relax and eat. The separate kitchen has a slate tile floor, original base and wall units, shelving and storage space, incorporating space for appliances. There are two bright and well-proportioned double bedrooms, both with ample inbuilt storage, original radiators and polished wooden floors. The bathroom has a shower installed over the bath, slate floor and a heated towel-rail connected to the central heating.
Service-charge for the block covers continuous, centrally provided hot water, heating, maintenance of both grounds and communal areas. The block as a whole has a calm and respectable feel to it, with many residents having lived there for years. There is no onward chain.
The property is a short walk from Streatham Hill station and numerous regular bus routes, providing excellent links to Wimbledon, Croydon, Brixton, Clapham Junction, Central London and the surrounding area. Streatham itself offers a vibrant mixture of shops, bars, restaurants, delicatessens, supermarkets and leisure facilities including an Odeon cinema and Jazz venue. Nearby Brixton provides access to the underground network, as well as its own vibrant life: Bars, cafes, indoor markets and the famous O2 Academy music venue.
Viewings are strongly recommended.
123 years remaining on the lease: To be confirmed. All prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries via a solicitor.
Currently approximately £2,650 pa. To be confirmed. All prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries via a solicitor.
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