Set in the middle of a 1/3 acre plot on a quiet dead-end road in Streatham Hill, the house has been completely rebuilt and extended based on the existing property that was on the site, built in the 1930s arts and crafts style. The new property is a contemporary take on that building and has wonderful volume throughout - 3m ceiling heights on the ground floor and basement and an abundance of space and light on the first floor.
As you enter the property through the bespoke bronze patina front door, to the right is a 6.5m climbing wall! A bespoke oak and brushed brass staircase leads up and down with bespoke lighting to match. On the ground floor there is a very large playroom/music room, living room, guest bedroom, library and huge vaulted ceiling kitchen (with a 6.5m ceiling height) which is the wow-space of the ground floor.
In the basement is a large cinema, 1500-bottle wine cellar, access to the climbing wall and two further bedrooms and a delightful bathroom with a walk-in shower.
On the first floor are 3 bedrooms, all en-suite, and two featuring a mezzanine level accessed by a secret staircase and climbing tree respectively. The master is a large and inviting space with a delightful en-suite.
The grounds have been wonderfully curated with a slightly Japanese-inspired garden at the front of the property, with a large pond, exquisite planting, sunken seating area around the pond with a firepit and a hand-crafted swing seat. The rear garden featured a pétanque court, table-tennis court, greenhouse, garden office and a wildflower meadow.
Within M25: Yes
Number of bedrooms: 6
Nearest station: Streatham Hill