The property is a large double fronted Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. It has recently been restored and renovated to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built.  It showcases many original period features such as the large detailed ceiling roses and open fireplaces in both reception rooms. It also offers a unique ravaged, industrial feel in some parts of the house.

NEW shoot location house. Kempe, London, A large double fronted victorian property renovated to create a hugely versatile shoot location house.

Fraher Architects adds glass-roofed extension to terraced house in London

Image 2 of 26 from gallery of Lambeth Marsh House / Fraher Architects. Photograph by Jack Hobhouse

The property is a large double fronted Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. It has recently been restored and renovated to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built.  It showcases many original period features such as the large detailed ceiling roses and open fireplaces in both reception rooms. It also offers a unique ravaged, industrial feel in some parts of the house.

The property is a large double fronted Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. It has recently been restored and renovated to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built. It showcases many original period

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The ground floor entry hall retains original Victorian details and scale. love the colour!

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A Victorian remodel with an industrial edge: The ground floor entry hall retains original Victorian details and scale. love the colour!

The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

A Victorian Townhouse in Southwest London

Glass door, lots of light The entry in a Victorian townhouse in Southwest London features decorative original stained glass windows, along with ornate cornicing. Photo: Andy Haslam for The New York Times

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion.

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more

Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion.

Take a look at this modernised Victorian terraced house in London

Take a look at this modernised Victorian terraced house in London

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