Norbury Estate Agents Property Guide

 

Found within the London Borough of Croydon and only 6.7 miles south of Charing Cross, Norbury is both one of the best located and affordable areas of London. With excellent road, rail and bus connections into the City itself, Norbury is a commuters’ dream, especially for professionals looking for the perfect spot to raise a family.

Norbury Property

A strong sense of community bolstered by the many attractions and activities suitable for all ages makes Norbury property extremely attractive; prices for both buying and renting are very reasonable given its proximity to central London – fortunately, this means estate agents in Norbury are able to help find some great bargains.

Norbury, like nearby Croydon and Streatham, started out as a small village on the London to Brighton Way Roman road and became immensely popular with traders travelling the south coast as a stopover for the night. Consequently, agriculture became one of the area’s key industries, with farmers from the surrounding countryside visiting frequently to sell their produce to passing customers. These days, Norbury is a popular residential area with retail and leisure being two of the key industries – a result of London County Council’s decision to make the town one of its first “Out-County” estates and build 500 new homes between 1906 and 1910.

The popularity of Norbury and SW16 has never been so high, thanks to its convenient Zone 3 location, easy commute, haven for young and growing families, choice of properties and affordability.

Norbury Park, between Norbury Avenue and Green Lane, is a beautiful 28 1/2 acre park with a mixture of wooded and agricultural land providing scope for nature walks, ball games, running and picnics. It includes:

Childrens playground opposite Norbury Hill entrance in Green Lane.
Playing fields
Multi-games courts
Changing rooms
Toilets
Car park

Although shopping options are more limited than in other areas of London, there are plenty of High Street names and nearby Croydon more than makes up for any shortfall. New developments such as Streatham Hub, Saffron Square and the huge one billion pound Westfield/Hammerson shopping centre Croydon Development are also creating a real buzz in the area.

Norbury Properties

Norbury tends to be very reasonably priced – especially for a London borough – with Norbury estate agents able to offer properties at around half the price paid within the City. The prospect of picking up a large home for under £1 million is something of a rarity in London, but every so often this is exactly what can be found in this outlying town.

Much of the property in Norbury consists of stunning period homes or converted apartments which retain charming classical features, late Victorian, post-railway terraces and semis. Developers are now seeing the benefits of Norbury’s location. In Tylecroft Road, you can find bright and airy, three storey new build townhouses with excellent family accommodation in a safe, gated development.

As Norbury is such a family orientated area, there is a great selection of schools to choose from. In terms of primary education, St James the Great Roman Catholic Primary and Nursery School is the strongest performing school in the area, having received an “Outstanding” ranking by Ofsted during the last inspection. There are also five secondary schools to choose from, the majority of which have been ranked as “Good” by Ofsted and several of which offer state tuition. Parents can use the excellent transport links in the area to source other means of education should their child wish to specialise in disciplines such as business, theatre studies or music.

Since the opening of Norbury Railway Station in 1878, trains have proven massively beneficial to the town as it is a hugely popular commuter area. Direct services run to Croydon, London Bridge and London Victoria – the latter of which operate every 10 to 15 minutes, with the journey taking just 20. Additionally, there are rumours of plans in place to extend the tram system from Croydon, which would add a further option for commuters heading into the City.

A valuation is the process when your home is assessed to identify its market value. The valuer will consider the age, size, layout, and condition of the property, as well as the price of similar properties in the area and how desirable the location is. Whether you’re about to sell your home, if you’re planning on renting it out, or you are curious about how much your property is worth, a valuation provides an accurate insight into the true value of your home.

At Gordon & Co, our team of experienced valuators will carry out a thorough market appraisal of your Norbury property, providing an accurate, up-to-date valuation of your home. Our residential house valuations in Norbury are accurate, transparent, and reflect true market value. They’re also completely free and offered with no obligation.

House prices statistics to follow.

Our online valuation tool will give you an idea of how much your property in Norbury is worth. It’s quick, simple, and completely free. Just enter your address, the property type, and the number of bedrooms, and choose the type of valuation, and we’ll provide a valuation in less than 60 seconds.

Here are some of the questions we are most frequently asked about property valuations in Norbury:

What is the difference between an online valuation and a full valuation?

An online valuation offers a quick and easy insight into the value of your property, looking at the size, type, and location. A full valuation, on the other hand, requires an experienced valuer to attend your property and carry out a thorough assessment of every room.

How long does an online valuation take?

An online valuation is instant. Enter your details and you’ll receive a valuation within 60 seconds.

How long does a full valuation take?

A full valuation typically takes between 30 minutes and one hour.

Do I need to be there for the valuation?

If you’re having a full valuation, you’ll need to be present at the property. We’ll need to see every room in your home and we may also have some questions for you.

How do I prepare for a valuation?

Ensuring your home is tidy and clutter-free will help ensure the valuer sees the true size and potential of your property. You should also try and have any important paperwork available for the valuer to consult.

If you’re looking for a free, no-obligation house valuation in Norbury, we can help. Get your free, instant online valuation now or get in touch to book a full valuation with one of our experts.

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