2 Bedroom House for Sale in Streatham
If you like the idea of living in a lively, culturally diverse part of town, with great facilities and affordable property prices, Streatham is one of the first places you should check out. With trains into central London departing from three local stations, you’ll find it easy to commute to the City or the West End and you’ll have plenty of things to do in the evenings and at the weekends. At Oaks Estate Agents, we specialise in properties located in South London, which means we can help you to find the best deals in the best places more easily than any other agent in the area.
Why Trust Oaks Estate Agents?
If you spend a few hours driving around the area, you might be able to spot a few For Sale signs that lead to promising prospects. But if you want to do it the easy way, get in touch with us and we’ll do all the hard work for you. We have listings for many properties in the area and once we know what you’re looking for, we can help you to find a property that has all the features you need. We’ll take your requirements and preferences into account, and perform a search that identifies all the properties we think you will like. You can then decide which ones you would like to view and we’ll make all the necessary arrangements.
Unlike some agents, we won’t waste your time by showing you around properties that don’t match your requirements. We promise to only show you houses that we think are right for you, which will make the whole process a lot less time consuming and a lot more enjoyable! Our sole aim is to ensure that all our clients find a home that is ideal for their needs: somewhere they will enjoy living and that fits their budget too.
To find a 2 bedroom house for sale in Streatham that is perfect for you, pick up the phone and call us now.
Why Move to Streatham?
Fast becoming a hugely popular place to live, Streatham is now widely considered as being at the centre of South London. But what’s the transport like? Great, is our verdict.
As you’d expect from a big area of London, Streatham is home to three train stations. Streatham, Streatham Hill and Streatham common railway stations all offer a range of services and links to capital hubs such as London Bridge and Victoria Station.
You can also get direct trains to Blackfriars and Farringdon, and there are a wide range of bus services in and around the area taking you across the capital.
Streatham then boasts an excellent car parking offer, with lots of spaces available on the town’s streets that are free and do not require a permit. This is rare for an area within Greater London. And, should there be no street parking available, there’s a range of other options including a 24/7 car park at Streatham Common railway station.
As well as good transport options, Streatham boasts a range of outstanding schools. As in, literally outstanding, as graded by Ofsted.
One example is Dunraven School, which is one of the highest-rated education settings in the area. There’s then Streatham Wells Primary School, which is rated as ‘good’ by the Government and is largely popular with parents and pupils alike.
When it comes to things to do in Streatham, we’re really not sure where to start. This is quite possibly one of the most bustling Greater London suburbs and has a huge range of activities for people of all ages and with all interests.
For families and the younger ones, or maybe even the older ones, is the ODEON cinema in Streatham Hill. This is a winner for those rainy days, if you’re looking for something to do.
On the sunnier days, there’s then the popular Brockwell Park and Streatham Common – giving you some of the finest green space in Greater London. Brockwell Park, in particular, boasts a miniature railway that is guaranteed to be a huge hit with the younger ones.
There’s then a wide range of pubs, cafes and bars in Streatham for the grown-ups. One popular choice is the Hideaway Café which features great food and great music – namely live jazz, funk and soul.
2 Bedroom Houses for Sale in Streatham
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