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Moving to Streatham

Are you moving to Streatham? Dating back to the Domesday Book in 1086, in Roman times Streatham was a hamlet en-route to Brighton and its popularity has waxed and waned throughout the centuries.  At one stage during its history there were hot springs here favoured by those looking for healing waters.  The houses built then were massive country retreats, due to it being so remote from the capital.  Later, in the ‘30s, it was so festive that it was known as the West End of South London.  It is certainly on the up-and-up now and is rated in the top 20 of London areas to invest in.  Streatham means ‘hamlet on the street.’

Complete the form below and you will receive our in-depth Moving to Streatham report. This report covers the points below as well as many others:

• The best areas to live
• The good schools
• The average monthly rental prices
• The excellent public transport system in the city

Please complete the form below to request access to the Moving to Streatham Report

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    ABOUT THIS AREA

    Family friendly
    Good Schools
    Great Transport
    Green space
    Parks
    Pretty Villages
    Suburban Living Near City
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