A ‘country house’ within London. Designed by Charles Voysey in 1901, this imposing Arts and Crafts house is huge. Set back from the road, the house is full of interesting period features including mullioned windows with seats below, working fireplaces, a grand oak staircase, oak wood panelling in the entrance hall and woodblock parquet flooring. The tranquil 1.2-acre garden is set with mature trees and established lawns and shrubs. Practical for filming in with extremely large rooms, ample storage space and parking provision for at least eight vehicles in the drive and unrestricted parking on the road itself. Most fireplaces work. Located in Streatham, South West London, SW16
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