The village remained largely unchanged until the 18th century, when the village's natural springs, known as Streatham Wells, were first celebrated for their health-giving properties. The reputation of the spa, and improved turnpike roads, attracted wealthy City of London merchants and others to build their country residences in Streatham.
The main dining room retains the classic charm of the existing room. With soft colours and comfortable seating to accentuate this relaxed, bright space.
This spacious semi-detached property is arranged over three floors and boasts over 2700 sq ft.
There are a growing number independent cafes and delis and a large selection of shops, restaurants and pubs.
Latest figures show Zones 3 and 4 are attracting waves of home hunters driven by price, with singles and couples seeking flats from £250,000, while families are after houses under £800,000.
Streatham Village dates back to the 19th century while the area’s original heart, around St Leonard’s Church, emerged in medieval times. A “golden triangle” between Kings Avenue, Atkins Road and Streatham Hill has big Edwardian houses that would be twice the price in the best parts of Clapham and Wandsworth.
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This superb Edwardian town house retains many period features, has a 60 ft rear garden and off street parking.
“I feel very connected to central London, where I work. Trains to Victoria take 17 minutes and to London Bridge it’s less than 30 minutes. Brixton, and the Victoria line, is a short bus ride away.”
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Streatham Park was later leased to Prime Minister Lord Shelburne, and was the venue for early negotiations with France that lead to the Peace Treaty of 1783. Streatham Park was demolished in 1863.
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Among the residents who have lived, worked, or were born in Streatham are:
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A spate of new Streatham developments includes 214 flats under way at 142-170 Streatham Hill, moments from the train station, incorporating the listed Art Deco façade of a former cinema. (Scroll right...)
The central dining and bar terrace is elegant and relaxed. The covered pergola is an extension of our dining room.
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The London Square development is a step up for the area, with high-quality detailing and architect-designed interiors. Many of the flats have a large balcony or terrace overlooking an inner courtyard garden, and there will be a concierge, gym, cycle storage and underground parking.
Streatham High: 2-8 Gracefield Gardens, SW16 2ST Edith Cavell: 41 A-C Streatham Hill, SW2 4TP Streatham Place: 26-28 Streatham Place, SW2 4QY
Mountearl Gardens in Streatham has 32 flats by Pocket, modular homes delivered to the site which used to be occupied by Lambeth council garages. Prices from £256,000. Call 020 7291 3683.
The shape of Streatham was defined when City merchants established magnificent estates there 200 years ago. Henry Tate, the sugar magnate and arts benefactor, lived in a mansion overlooking Streatham Common at Park Hill. Today, Henry Tate Mews is a gated estate with flats and Regency-style townhouses in six acres of grounds. Several homes are for sale, with prices from £775,000. Call agent Atkinson McLeod on 020 3463 9594.
London’s young home buyers are bringing a little fizz to the suburbs, where the capital’s population is growing fastest.
29 Pocket one bedroom flats in leafy Streatham priced at £256,000
Modern Streatham splits into distinct neighbourhoods based to a large extent on the old estates. Victorian developers bought up their farmland after the arrival of the railway and any leftover land was built on between the wars.
Henry Tate Mews is a gated estate with flats and Regency-style townhouses in six acres of grounds. (Scroll right...)
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From £345,000: apartments, many with large terrace or balcony overlooking a central courtyard garden, at developer London Square’s new scheme at 142-170 Streatham Hill
Streatham’s population includes a lot of young public sector workers, a category being targeted by Pocket Living, which sells no-frills micro flats that cost 20 per cent below market value, a discount owners have to pass on when selling in order to keep the homes affordable. (Scroll right...)
The Bull Burger Shack has its own kitchen and covered dining space providing year round a BBQ food offering and providing a fun and alternative place to dine. We offer the same menu throughout the entire venue so that you can experience our delicious menu wherever you prefer
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10 minutes’ walk from Streatham Hill station where you can jump on a train and get to Victoria in 20 minutes.
After the departure of the Romans, the main road through Streatham remained an important trackway. From the 17th century it was adopted as the main coach road to Croydon and East Grinstead, and then on to Newhaven and Lewes. In 1780 it then became the route of the turnpike road from London to Brighton, and subsequently became the basis for the modern A23. This road (and its traffic) have shaped Streatham's development.
A new Streatham Playhouse forms part of the scheme, while Marks & Spencer is signed up for an on-site food store and café. A show flat will be ready for viewing at next month’s launch. Prices start at £345,000. Call 0333 666 2131 for more information.