Keller Williams UK
4 bed Town House Sold

Henry Tate Mews, Streatham, London


Property Description

  • Elegant Mews House with High Ceiling Reception
  • Beautifully Designed Kitchen/Dining Room
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom Plus Two En-suite Shower rooms
  • Garage and Off Street Parking
  • Private Patio Gardens
  • Set in Circa 6 Acres of Stunning Communal Gardens
  • Close to Streatham Common and the Rookery
  • Nearest Train Station Streatham Overground

***Please quote JBH on Enquiry***An elegant modern mews house, located in this stunning unique development in the heart of Streatham. The property has been designed perfectly for the modern buyer. On the ground floor there is a garage, utility room and the fourth bedroom/study with en-suite shower room. The first floor has an elegant reception room with three feature French doors and Juliet balconies. There is a well-designed kitchen with an open archway leading to the stylish dining room. This floor also has a guest WC. The stairs lead up to the second floor where you find a spacious master bedroom suite with en-suite shower room and dressing room. The view from this room is superb, looking towards the original villa and communal gardens. You also find a lovely family bathroom and two further bedrooms at the rear of the property.

The location is truly magnificent. Steeped in history, the original house was built in 1835 for William Leaf and later sold to Henry Tate. The house is set in circa 6 acres of private, communal gardens. You can meander around the grounds and take in the vistas; with a lake, a terrace, an orchard with over 40 varieties of apple trees, the old bowling green and a Victorian Folly and Pulhamite ravine, it really is an enchanting place to live. Henry Tate Mews is located opposite the renowned Rookery and Streatham Common. The closest shops, bars and restaurants can be found at Crown Point or Streatham High Road. Streatham overground Station is just a short walk away.
Council tax band: NotSet

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