Becmead is a spacious, semi-detached Edwardian house of 4 floors located in Streatham, South London. This property offers off-street parking for 2 cars and first-come-first-served restriction-free street parking.
This location welcomes visitors with a gravel driveway and a wide, dark front door. Black-framed windows are featured all around and the rear of the house is built with exposed brick.
Antique-style parquet flooring covers Becmead’s ground floor, which features a cosy sitting room, a large kitchen-diner with light furnishings and a clean, modern kitchen island. Next to the kitchen is a small seating area looking out into the beautifully-furnished garden.
The open, black-painted staircase leads to the first floor, boasting 2 large bedrooms and bathrooms, the main bathroom showcasing a display of intense colour-blocked tiling.
3 colourful children’s bedrooms are situated on the second floor, where you’ll also find some playful instruments, lots of books and patterned accessories.
Bright red steep steps lead up to an attic with a unique graffiti-style feature wall. A special secret of Becmead is its unoccupied basement flat, offering a games room with a TV, table football and a toilet.