1 Bedroom Flat
Tierney Road, London

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£474,995
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Energy Efficiency Rating Current Potential
(92 to 100) A
(81 to 91) B
(69 to 80) C
(55 to 68) D
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61
(39 to 54) E
(21 to 38) F
(1 to 20) G
Enviromental Impact (C02) Rating Current Potential
(92 to 100) A
(81 to 91) B
(69 to 80) C
(55 to 68) D
(39 to 54) E
53
54
(21 to 38) F
(1 to 20) G

1 Bedroom Flat
Tierney Road, London

£474,995

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Just about the most perfect combination of home and work life balance.

The dream  becomes real if this voluminous converted ground floor flat ends up going from wish list to reality. Over the last year or so, the current owners have scaled up a tired dwelling and transformed in to a groovy pad which makes full use of more or less every sq ft. From the hip open plan living/kitchen area with its magnificent bay window, to the double bedroom with floating deck area housing the double bed that's accessed by….astro turfed stairs! and no thats not a typo, this place really does deliver some charming interior features. One striking feature that flows throughout is the celling height, it not only allows the light to pierce every corner of this inviting home, its just adds depth, making it feel bigger that its square footage suggests.

Throw back the doors from the bedroom area and its garden galore. It keeps its fresh look thanks to the use of that faux grass keeping it very low maintenance, which is handy really because you’ll most likely be hanging out in the detached studio towards the far end.This place is incredible, fully sound and damp proofed and although it's currently kitted out as a recording space, the uses are pretty endless, think office, yoga, therapy, meditation, art, writing space and you start to get the drift.

Tierney Road, is a pretty street full of handsome, imposing Victorian houses that sits on the Streatham/Brixton boarders with this property falling in the latter. It's unusually quiet considering the action that is pretty much on your doorstep. There’s a fabulous selection of independent bars, shops, coffee houses and restaurants in most directions plus a good selection of grocery shopping outlets and public transport is provided via Streatham Hill station which is a few mins on foot and stacks of bus routes on Brixton Hill and the South circular, both of which are on the door step.

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Just about the most perfect combination of home and work life balance.

The dream  becomes real if this voluminous converted ground floor flat ends up going from wish list to reality. Over the last year or so, the current owners have scaled up a tired dwelling and transformed in to a groovy pad which makes full use of more or less every sq ft. From the hip open plan living/kitchen area with its magnificent bay window, to the double bedroom with floating deck area housing the double bed that's accessed by….astro turfed stairs! and no thats not a typo, this place really does deliver some charming interior features. One striking feature that flows throughout is the celling height, it not only allows the light to pierce every corner of this inviting home, its just adds depth, making it feel bigger that its square footage suggests.

Throw back the doors from the bedroom area and its garden galore. It keeps its fresh look thanks to the use of that faux grass keeping it very low maintenance, which is handy really because you’ll most likely be hanging out in the detached studio towards the far end.This place is incredible, fully sound and damp proofed and although it's currently kitted out as a recording space, the uses are pretty endless, think office, yoga, therapy, meditation, art, writing space and you start to get the drift.

Tierney Road, is a pretty street full of handsome, imposing Victorian houses that sits on the Streatham/Brixton boarders with this property falling in the latter. It's unusually quiet considering the action that is pretty much on your doorstep. There’s a fabulous selection of independent bars, shops, coffee houses and restaurants in most directions plus a good selection of grocery shopping outlets and public transport is provided via Streatham Hill station which is a few mins on foot and stacks of bus routes on Brixton Hill and the South circular, both of which are on the door step.

Arrange viewing