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Kingscourt Road SW16 £249 p.w (£1050pcm) Studio Apartment Studio


Studio Apartment Studio





This first floor Victorian conversion comes with modern furnishings throughout, featuring a separate kitchen diner with wooden flooring, separate living space with double bed and sofa and contemporary bathroom. 

Streatham Hill Train Station is only a few minutes walk which offers you direct links into London Victoria station in less than ten minutes - giving quick and easy access to the London tube network. Trendy bars, restaurants and cafes within close walking distance include: - The Hamlet: a quirky cocktail bar with lavish decor - The White Lion SW16: spacious events venue and bar - Perfect Blend: cafe/bar with all-day menu and late drinks - Horse & Groom: pub with beer garden and live sports - Bravi Ragazzi: Neapolitan pizzeria - Pratts & Payne: wood-floored bar in a landmark building - Nando's: spicy Afro-Portuguese chicken restaurant chain - KFC: chicken fast-food chain - Caffe Nero: Italian influenced coffeehouse chain - Hideaway Box Office: live music & comedy 7 nights a week Other shops and amenities include: - Tesco Express - Westbury Chemist - Boots Chemists - Halifax, Barclays & Nationwide banks - Virgin Active: swimming pool and fitness centre - Fitness First: gym and wellbeing centre - Odeon Cinema - Streatham Ice & Leisure Centre: olympic rink with pools and fitness - Local Post Office - Library (Tate Streatham) - Argos - Kwik Fit: car tyres, brakes and MOTs For schools and educational establishments please see the bottom section of this page. Within a stone's throw you can stroll through the many large green open spaces of Tooting Bec Common. This includes the "Lido", an enormous open-air swimming pool as well as Tooting Common Lake. Streatham Common is also nearby including Norwood Grove Recreation Ground.

A little history:

Streatham Hill dates back to Roman times, it's importance being defined by the road itself (High Road). During the 5th century it's name was given as "Brixtane" which was a stone location where the "Brixton Hundred" met in Saxon times. During Medieval times the area was known for it's valued coppiced woodland. "Brixton Causeway Coppice" covered the northern side of Streatham Hill while "Leigham Wood" was to the south. House-building in the area began in the late 18th century around New Park Road. Planned developments began in the early 19th century, with a thoroughfare including houses and shops. Large mansions were built at this time and by mid-century Streatham Hill Station opened - the year being 1856. This spawned the development of Telford Park and Tierny Road estates in the 1870s. By the 1900s there was a tram system in place as well as the Omnibus, establishing the area as a suburban commuter town. During the 1920s redevelopment of the high road into shops and entertainment locales established Streatham as the "Entertainment Centre of South London". Much of this atmosphere remains to this day.

Schools & Educational Establishments

Dunraven School - 0.43 miles - inner city co-educational academy St Martin In The Fields High School For Girls - 0.8 miles - CofE academy Chestnut Grove Academy - 1.38 miles - partially selective secondary school academy Lambeth Academy - 1.46 miles - mixed secondary school academy The Norwood School - 1.52 miles - Performing & Visual Arts co-educational secondary school Oak Lodge School - 1.6 miles - day school for hearing speech language & communication needs Dulwich College - 1.67 miles - boarding and day independent school for buys Dulwich Prep London - 1.71 miles - junior independent preparatory school for boys Kingsdale Foundation School - 1.76 miles - co-educational academy of artistic and academic study Ernest Bevin College - 1.88 miles - secondary school & sixth from for boys The Charter School - 1.96 miles - co-educational secondary school academy Alleyn's School - 2.24 miles - independent co-educational day school Burntwood School - 2.38 miles - secondary school & sixth from for girls Sydenham School - 2.84 miles - comprehensive school for girls Harris Academy - 3.2 miles - co-educational secondary school & sixth form academy


Tenants Info

Property Features

Wood Floors Washing Machine Luxury Appliances Separate kitchen Close to local amenities Fantastic Transport Links Excellent decorative order Good decorative order Tiled bathroom Period Conversion Zone 3 Beautiful tree lined street 5 weeks deposit

Contact the Clapham office on:
0207 403 5010

Estate Agent and Letting Agent Reviews


  • "I'm a landlady living abroad and Black Katz are letting agents for my 2 flats. Kim Welcome and her colleague Alex (but especially Kim) have been outstandingly helpful, not only in finding good tenants but also by sorting out last-minute problems such as unexpected cleaning, and organising redecoration & repairs during a tenant change-over while I was in hospital for a hip replacement.

    Kim seems to have endless patience and good humour in our frequent email exchanges and during our occasional phone conversations. I can be a bit batty and sometimes uncontactable at crucial moments; nothing seems to phase Kim. She is always good-humoured and gives me sensible advice/information. I realise this review may seem 'over the top', but Kim Welcome deserves it and I couldn't manage without her!"

    Alex (Sandra) Mac Cormick


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