Considering living in Streatham? Here’s What You Need to Know
Property in Streatham includes good-sized Victorian houses and conversion flats, while buyers looking for affordability and space should explore Hyde Farm Estate.
Hyde Farm Estate, some of which is a conservation area, runs from Bedford Hill towards Thornton Avenue in the direction of Streatham Hill. It features popular streets such as Scholars Road, Pentney Road, Haverhill Road and Midmoor Road.
Property for Sale in Streatham
Property options available in the Telford Park Conservation Area, close to Streatham Hill, appeal to buyers. Telford Park has convenient transport links for Streatham property, including overland trains to Victoria and London Bridge, plus several bus routes. There are also a couple of good state secondary schools in the area for those families that make Streatham their home.
The Telford Park Conservation Area is very exclusive, with larger houses and some gardens stretching to 200ft. These five bedroom houses were designed to be architecturally different, which distinguishes Streatham property from much of London.
Renting Streatham Property
The most important selling points of Streatham properties include proximity to Balham’s high-street shopping, organic food shops and street markets, as well as the vibrant pubs and restaurants that populate the area. There are plenty of well-known food shops in Streatham, with Tesco and Sainsbury’s and several other smaller retailers.
Streatham is a busy suburb of London with a strong community culture, hosting events such as the Streatham Festival and Kite Day on the Common. There is also a gym for fitness fanatics, and if it’s a film you’re looking for then you’ll enjoy a trip to the Odeon Cinema on Streatham High Road.
Contact our knowledgeable Douglas & Gordon estate agents to explore property in Streatham and find your dream home while discovering all that Streatham has to offer.