London Square is now marketing the latest phase at its London Square Streatham Hill development, with Help to Buy available on all plots in Core E. The exciting development of 213 high specification studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments is located 50m from Streatham Hill station, right on the bustling Streatham High Road. The development is now over 75 per cent sold.
Designed by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Architects, with a private landscaped courtyard at its heart, the development features contemporary apartments with generously sized open plan living spaces with sleek fixtures and fittings throughout. Parking, cycle spaces, a concierge service and a residents’ gym are just some of the attractions at this impressive scheme. There are also retail spaces at the development, including a new 10,000 sq ft M&S, alongside a wide range of independent coffee shops, patisseries, brasseries and bars on the Hill.
Rebecca Littler, Sales and Marketing Director, London Square, said: “Streatham is emerging as the most exciting new fashionable destination in south-west London. Close to desirable areas such as Clapham, Brixton and Balham, Streatham is now enjoying the ripple effect which has spread through this part of London and made them some of the most sought-after areas of the capital. With great transport links, leisure and nightlife, Streatham appeals both to young professionals and people who want to downsize. London Square Streatham Hill is one of only a few new developments in the area and we have taken great care to offer all the key elements of contemporary London living.”
Transport connections from London Square Streatham Hill are excellent, with Streatham Hill station just 50 metres from the development, providing a direct link to London Victoria in 17 minutes. Streatham is benefiting from a significant regeneration programme being driven by the London Borough of Lambeth, boosting the area as a destination for leisure and nightlife.
The areas close to Streatham include vibrant Brixton and Clapham, Balham and Dulwich, all of which are very desirable residential neighbourhoods, as well as offering interesting shops, major brands as well as independent delicatessens, plus vintage and artisan treasures in Brixton Village and Market Row. The open spaces of Streatham Common and Tooting Commons are nearby, with an extensive range of sports and leisure.
Prices start from £380,000 for a one bed apartment in Core E. To find out more, please call 0333 666 2131
or visit www.londonsquare.co.uk