The famous portraits by Sir Joshua Reynolds in the library had been sold by Hester Thrale in May 1816.
Later that year Streatham Park was leased to Mr. Elliott who rented the unfurnished house at a rent of £260 a year. Just before she died in 1821.
Hester wrote to Madame Fanny D'Arblay 1752-1840 (née Burney), as follows…
You would not know poor Streatham Park, I have been forced to dismantle and forsake it; the expenses of the present time treble those of the moments you remember; and since giving up my Welsh estate my income is greatly diminished. I fancy this will be my last residence in the world, meaning Clifton, not Sion Row, where I only live until my house in the Crescent is ready for me … The village of Streatham is full of rich inhabitants, the common much the worse for being spotted about with houses.
(Thrale.com- David Thale)