Located in Streatham Hill and set in the middle of a ⅓ acre plot of land, sits Halo.
This property has been completely rebuilt and extended in a contemporary manner, all whilst maintaining its original, wonderfully-voluminous architecture from the 1930s.
As you enter Halo through the bespoke bronze patina front door, you’ll find, to the right, a 6.5 metre climbing wall - where else but Halo?
Carrying on through the rest of the ground floor, you are welcomed by a large music room, a living room (featuring a real wood-burning fireplace), a guest bedroom, a cosy library and a generous kitchen with a vaulted ceiling.
The music room boasts a grand piano, a pool table and offbeat bookshelves.
Halo’s kitchen is sprinkled with odd, delicate lighting fixtures, hanging over the fair furnishings, proving worthy of its name. The floor is tiled in a black limestone parquet.
Accessible through the music room and kitchen, the mystical garden awaits - here you’ll find hand-crafted seat swings, a greenhouse, a tennis table and a large seating area for your convenience.
The front-of-property grounds have been carefully curated, offering a sunken seating patio, surrounded by exquisite plants, a pond and small water fountains. The seats surround a working fire pit. This outstanding space undoubtedly emits tranquillity.
A bespoke oak and brushed brass staircase leads up to the first floor, with bespoke lighting to match.
The first floor holds 3 bedrooms, 2 of which have mezzanine levels, adding dynamic and increasing creative possibilities for your shoot.
Leading down to the basement level is a large cinema room, a wine cellar, 2 further bedrooms, a delightful bathroom and, most importantly, additional access to the climbing wall.
With a number of different backdrops, themes and unique spaces, Halo could be the answer to your next shoot!