A large double fronted, 5 bedroom Victorian house in Streatham Common.
Original period features and varied styles in each room, shoot ready.
The house is spread over 4 floors, with white floors throughout and large windows.
An industrial feel in some parts of the house.
An large unconverted basement with some full standing areas.
Black double front doors, concrete grey walls in a wide hallway.
Interconnecting rooms, grey walls, old french chateau doors.
1.Large white ornate fireplace with log stove. Louis XIV style sofa. High ceilings. Good for studio set up. A sunny room accessed through glass double door. Tiled floor, sky light and various backdrops; white painted brick, white reclaimed scaffold boards and wood boards.
2. Black painted walls and floor to ceiling bookshelves. A taxidermy peacock and other smaller birds on perches and in glass domes. A wall of framed bugs. Black ornate fireplace.Rococo style gold mirror above the fireplace and large gold chandelier.
3. The kitchen has a Shaker style kitchen in navy blue. Marble quartz and wooden worktops. Exposed brick wall. Glass pendant lights over table can be removed. Polished concrete floor.
4. Play Room
Black and white stripe carpet, large bay window.
5. Utility Room
Accessed from the playroom behind black board cupboard doors. White metro tiles, white work top and sink.
Scratched concrete wall with green and yellow tones, exposed copper piping wrapped around an old foxed mirror. Industrial gas taps. Green chequered floor tiles. Victorian porcelain butlers sink and sanitary ware.
1. A boho look with soft grey walls, brightly coloured peacock chairs, white metal bed, eclectic mix of textiles and ornaments. Large plants in containers.
2.Bathroom with white metro tiles.
1.A children’s bedroom with a monochrome geometric rug, white metal day bed and large window.
2.A minimal room, styled with a tapestry armchair and rug.
3.The master bedroom has a dilapidated backdrop. A large rattan French style bed. Peacock blue wardrobes and a bay window.
The dressing room has wall to wall rails with clothing.
Nearest tube station, Streatham Common from Victoria station or London Bridge via the overland.
One gated private parking bay at the side of the property.
Free parking is in the surrounding streets.