New homes in London: Trinity Crescent

Large family homes with 3,000sq ft of living space in Tooting.

Like a lot of south London, Tooting spent much of the 20th century asleep in run-down respectability — until the late-Nineties property boom, when buyers priced out of Clapham started to search further down the Northern line. 



Today, homes in coveted spots such as the Heaver Estate — bordering Tooting Bec Common, with its splendid refurbished lido dating from 1906 — are similar in price to Clapham. But in general, property prices in Tooting remain a good 15 per cent or more below those of its prestigious neighbour. Trinity Crescent is a Tooting favourite, with splendid mid-19th century stucco houses and mansion flats. This leafy enclave now features two new-build, secluded 3,000sq ft family houses, above, behind a high-walled garden and with off-street parking. 

Inside and outside space integrate well and one of the homes has a spacious, well-lit basement level with cinema room. 

Prices from £2.25 million. Call estate agents Featherstone Leigh on 020 7228 2278.

 


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