Imperial Court is a unique collection of high-end studio to three-bedroom apartments. Located within a stone’s throw of numerous South London transport links, the development offers modern living, excellent amenities and undercroft parking. With Streatham Common (0.9 m) and Tooting (0.5 m) stations both within a mile, all that London has to offer is also just minutes away! Imperial Court offers modern living in the heart of a thriving London community. The large, floor-to-ceiling windows flood each property with natural light whilst the contemporary design and high-spec finish provide a space to be proud of.
Situated in amongst some of South London’s most vibrant communities, Imperial Court offers residents access to all they could want and more. With Streatham and Tooting sitting within walking distance to the East and West respectively, short train journeys also offer access to leafy Wimbledon (5 mins from Tooting), Clapham Junction (10 mins from Streatham Common) and event central London (19 mins from Streatham Common to London Victoria).
Once described as the ‘West End of South London’, Streatham is living up to its former moniker. After a massive resurgence, the area has been left rich with everything from trendy coffee shops (Boyce da Roca) and great pubs (Pratts & Payne) to award-winning restaurants (Bar 61) and stunning scenery (Streatham Common).
Established as a bustling community of young professionals, attracted to delicious brunch spots, extraordinary curries and a vibrant night-life. Tooting’s famous market has just re-opened as the area’s as the jewel-in-the-crown which can now compete on a level playing field with the likes of Box Park and Pop Brixton.
One of London’s most famous districts thanks to the annual Tennis tournament that attracts interest from around the planet. For the rest of the year, Wimbledon is known to Londoners as a quiet, leafy village with history, culture and plenty to do. The high street boasts an array of coffee spots and pubs whilst the New Wimbledon Theatre offers a packed schedule throughout the year. Meanwhile, health and fitness enthusiasts can count on Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park beyond it – hotspots for cyclists and runners alike.
Widely seen as a popular destination for young families in London, Balham boasts a mixture of Edwardian, Victorian and Art Deco architecture, delivering one of the city’s most picturesque neighbourhoods. The busy brunch scene on Hildreth Street (Brickwood, Blackbird Bakery and more) juxtaposes the lively night-life on offer (e.g. Lost & Found, Balham Bowls Club & The Exhibit) whilst there are a number of varied, high-profile restaurants dotted around for wining and dining (e.g. Haché, Lambert’s & Foxlow).
Graveney and Meadow | The Manor | The Antelope | Kennedy’s Fish & Chips | Daddy Buns | Bravi Ragazzi | Rice Republic | Cafe Barcelona
Cut the Mustard | Mud | Art and Craft | The Hamlet | Bar 61 | Exhibit B Streatham Hill | Brickwood Cafe | Pratts & Payne | The Bull
ODEON Streatham | Wigmore Lawn and Tennis Club | Streatham Library | Kensway Dance School | Streatham Ice & Leisure Centre | Streatham Common | Tooting Bec Lido
Streatham Dunraven | The White House Preparatory School & Woodentops Kindergarten and Nursery | Oleander Preparator | Streatham & Clapham High | Waldorf school | St Andrew’s RC | Streatham Wells | Sunnyhill | Bishop Thomas Grant RC (Ofsted Outstanding 2014/15) | Streatham and Clapham Preparatory School
Streatham Hill Station is within the local vicinity offering trains into London Victoria in 17 minutes. Commuting within London could not be made any easier. With Streatham and Tooting sitting within walking distance to the East and West respectively, short train journeys also offer access to leafy Wimbledon (5 mins from Tooting), Clapham Junction (10 mins from Streatham Common) and event central London (19 mins from Streatham Common to London Victoria).
*DISCLAIMER : Floor plans are intended to give a genera indication of the proposed layout only.