This 6, 7 and 8 storey block of purpose built apartments was designed for the Bell Property Trust. The imposing brown brick exterior incorporates bay windows, which reach up to the fifth floor. The windows throughout the building are Crittall type metal casements with opening top lights to allow maximum light into the flats. The decoration on the dramatic and austere façade is pared down to a simple band of wave patterns in the brickwork around the third floor and simple bands of raised brickwork on the ground and first floor. Described in the original sales brochure as Mayfair in Streatham these flats boasted “unusually spacious, luxurious accommodation planned on suntrap lines, constant softened hot water, tiled kitchens and separate tradesmen’s entrance. 3 charming rooms, kitchen, bathroom etc., from £105 p.a.” Corner Fielde stands on the former site of Streatham Hill College.