Location & Lifestyle

Once a rural hamlet, now a vibrant London hub. The name Streatham means ‘the hamlet on the street’, clearly reflecting the area’s history and its location on the London to Brighton Way.

The South London district was originally a rural village predominantly involved in agriculture, but this was transformed in 1659 when Streatham Wells, two natural springs with medicinal qualities, were discovered. This kick-started a period of development and gentrification that shaped Streatham into the vibrant town it is today. Surrounded with such energy and sporting opportunities, this exciting new development will enhance Streatham’s pre-existing reputation as a leisure hub.