Henry Tate Mews is a beautiful privately owned estate situated at the top of Streatham Common North, across from the open spaces of Streatham Common and the wooded walks of The Rookery and Norwood Grove.

The site, which was once the home of Britain’s well known philanthropist Sir Henry Tate, offers an idyllic setting for family life. Sitting in approximately six acres of landscaped listed gardens, it provides residents with peace and tranquility, as well as the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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The site is in close proximity to many very good local primary schools as well as being close to many excellent senior schools in Streatham and the surrounding areas of Dulwich (approx.10 minute drive) and Croydon.

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Streatham’s bustling High Road offers a range of good shopping facilities that include high street brands as well as independent shops, cafes, pubs and cinema complex.

Henry Tate Mews falls within Lambeth Council management zone.

Streatham is surrounded by and is in close proximity to the many of open ‘Common’ spaces of South West London.

With Streatham Common on the doorstep, there is also Tooting, Wandsworth and Clapham Commons a short drive away and Dulwich Park and Art Gallery approximately 10 minutes drive.

‘The Hub’ development currently being undertaken at the south end of the High Road will offer new housing, shopping and recreational facilities including swimming pool & leisure complex with Ice Rink. More information and plans of this development can be found via Lambeth’s website.