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Designed by Design Haus Liberty, this stunning development of 16, four-storey, four-bedroom townhouses combine iconic Victorian details with modern architecture and craftsmanship. The two terrace’s were designed to reflect the distinct ‘period’ aesthetic of the local neighbourhood and feature traditional Anglian Cream Handmade bricks, bay windows and gable roofs.
The homes encapsulate the familiarity and charm of a period property, whilst benefiting from carefully planned layouts and the efficiencies of modern building techniques and technology.
Every corner of these four storey townhouses has been carefully considered in the design phase to maximise all useable light and space. Full length glazing allows natural daylight to flood the rooms, whilst attention has been given to the proportion and layouts to encourage modern, functional living. The rear of the buildings are of a linear design, with a modern zinc dormer on the top floor, large full height windows and bifold doors onto the gardens. This dual aspect creates a collection of houses that blend with their surroundings while pioneering contemporary design.
Open plan spaces connect the living area to a beautifully crafted and installed contemporary kitchen, complete with high-end appliances and elegant knurled hardware. The island is the focal point of the kitchen and serves well as both a family hub or a sophisticated entertaining space.
Alongside the kitchen on the lower ground floor is a further family or entertaining space ideal for additional seating or a dining table. Wooden parquet flooring is paired with light walls for a striking high-end and sophisticated look. Large bifolding doors, which bounce light around the room, lead directly onto a modern patio and garden, extending that all important footprint and bringing the outdoors in.
The Victoria Collection is an environmentally friendly and energy efficient development, which delivers sustainable new homes that adhere to the London Plan’s three step Energy Hierarchy of a leaner, cleaner and greener approach.
The Victoria Collection is a fifteen-minute walk from either Brixton or Clapham North or Clapham Common stations.
Venn Street in Clapham Common is a particularly notable destination, as is The Pavement on the edge of Clapham Common, where The Dairy serves seasonal Modern European dishes of incredibly high quality. Particular favourites include the Michelin-starred restaurant Trinity, The Bobbin gastro-pub and Clapham’s Picture House.
Brixton is well-known for its food and bar scene, with Brixton Village, Market Row and Acre Lane all being great destinations. The Ritzy Cinema, Electric Brixton and Brixton Academy are much-loved institutions while Brockwell Park (and its Lido) are also within walking distance. Newly opened is The Department Store, the grand renovated 1876 Bon Marche building that now houses collaborative workspaces, a Pure Vinyl record shop, a community Post Office and Canova Hall restaurant and bar.
Brixton Station has Victoria Line Underground Services, and Clapham Common runs train on both branches of the Northern Line. The overground can also be found at Herne Hill and Streatham Hill. There are excellent bus connections and cycle routes along Brixton Hill.
Supermarkets near SW2 5DL include M&S Simply Food, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose. (Source: Open Streetmap)
There is an excellent selection of local state and private schools including nearby Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, Sudbourne Primary School, La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls' School, Platanos College And Chestnut Grove School (and another 10 in the area).
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