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South Norwood is a popular commuter hub located between Croydon and Upper Norwood.

From Norwood Junction Station you can find direct trains to London Bridge and London Victoria, an Overground service to Shoreditch and tramlinks to Central Croydon and Wimbledon. Nearby Selhurst Station also provides similar links to Central London.

South Norwood is one of South London’s affordable areas for Victorian terraces and semi-detached houses, making it popular for families. Property styles also include Edwardian homes, 1930s houses, Victorian Cottages, and modern built apartments.

South Norwood has ample green and open spaces. South Norwood Country Park offers 125 acres of walking and play space, as does South Norwood Lake and Grounds, where you can also go sailing. There is a wide selection of good and outstanding schools in the area including The Brit School which is notable for its famous performing alumni such as Adele and Leona Lewis.

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Mark Condon

We had previously tried to sell our house through another agency. When that failed, we engaged Livin' instead and were so pleased we did! Leon kept us updated throughout the selling period, such as..."

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Both Leon and Jason were incredibly professional and competent. Livin Estate agents did a great job and I look forward to working with them again....

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