A large double fronted, 4 floor, 5 bedroom Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London, SW16. It has recently been restored and renovated, to a beautiful standard (1890). The furniture / props in the pictures all belong to the property so are included when hiring the space. Easily accessed via Victoria station or London Bridge via the overland. It offers one gated private parking bay at the side of the property. Free parking is in the surrounding streets. Main rooms Entrance way has Large Black double front doors, concrete grey colour walls // The Manor Room (Reception room 1) with Grey walls, Old Chateau doors fixed to the wall + high ceilings // Sun Room (leading off the Manor Room via glass double doors) with original Victorian tiled floor + white painted brick // Library (Reception room 2) with Rococo style details, black painted walls and floor to ceiling bookshelves// Kitchen/Diner with polished concrete floor, shaker style Kitchen in dark pantry blue // Kids Play Room with lack and white stripe carpet // Utility Room. Industrial Dungeon (Downstairs Water Closet) // First Floor Boho room (Bedroom), Family Bathroom with white shiny metro tiles, Second Floor Kids Bedroom, ‘Flooded Chateau Room’ is the master bedroom has a dilapidated backdrop // Third Floor dressing Room with wall to wall rails on the top floor. Notes: Clothing Steamer, Clothing Rail, Trestle table – all available on request at an additional charge. Breakfast – Available on request, priced per head. Booked in advance.
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