Estate Agents in Crystal Palace

Welcome to Expose Property, your local estate agent in South East London. You've come to the right place if you're looking to sell, buy or invest in property in Crystal Palace and the surrounding area.

Expose Property Estate Agents covering Crystal Palace and the surrounding areas

Being totally transparent when it comes to selling property in Crystal Palace is our focus. Clear and honest communication from our team makes sellers feel in control and always in the know. Confident that we will achieve the best sale price for your property, we market and sell all types of properties in Crystal Palace including large Victorian houses, converted and spacious flats and homes from the 1920s and 1930s.

From studio apartments to large family homes and semi-detached houses, we know how to generate a sale for your property. Ask our agents about our fair and transparent sliding scale fee structure so you fully understand the fee involved in selling your home. This model helps everyone reach the best results. You can find out more about our sliding scale fee structure by watching the video here.

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Why Crystal Palace

Agents will talk to your buyers about the best features of your home, as well as what’s round the corner. If the buyers are new to the area, we’ll highlight everything that makes Crystal Palace a great place to buy property.

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A grand display of Victorian decadence, and famed for its stunning palace in the park, Crystal Palace is now a diverse and culturally rich area with a chilled out vibe in the south of London. It is also home to some of London’s most captivating views of the city’s skyline. “The Triangle” as it’s affectionately known, is formed by Westow Street, Church Road and Westow Hill, is one long connected high street with mainly independent and artisan shops, some gorgeous restaurants, cafes and coffee shops. Amongst the bustling businesses in the Triangle, there is a large branch of Sainsbury’s and smaller branches of Budgens and Iceland for your weekly food shops. Also in the Triangle, you can also find other necessary amenities including Norwood Post Office and several banks. 

Crystal Palace Park needs little introduction and is a huge hit with families, runners and dog walkers. It is also home to the famous National Sports Centre with its Olympic swimming pools and refreshed gym, as well as its giant dinosaur models and family-friendly cafe. The large sports centre has a great selection of activities, as well as the swimming pool and gym, the centre also has climbing walls, football pitches, an athletics track, squash courts, tennis courts and fitness classes. It’s easily accessible by public transport and if you are arriving by car, there is free parking.  

There is a wide range of properties available in Crystal Palace including large Victorian houses with many converted into spacious flats and buildings from the 1920s and 1930s. New build homes are also available, with options ranging from studio flats to three-bedroom homes.

Crystal Palace and its neighbouring areas have a fantastic selection of schools. Many of the primary and secondary schools are rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, it is an ideal location for those looking to move with children. The primary schools include Eliot Bank Primary School and Harris Primary Academy Kent House, and the secondary schools are Bishop Thomas Grant Catholic Secondary School and Harris Academy South Norwood.

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Things to do in Crystal Palace

There is a relatively new “Everyman” cinema on the Triangle, surrounded by some fabulous pubs. In recent years, in Haynes Lane, a Saturday food market has been established by Transition Town Crystal Palace. There’s a great variety of market stalls including street food, organic vegetables, meat, fruit and dairy. 

Crystal Palace is home to a variety of eateries with exotic choices from around the world to suit whatever mood you are in, try authentic Japanese, tasty Italian, traditional Vietnamese, classic Turkish and a lot more. Most of the restaurants are in the Triangle but if you fancy eating at home, the majority of them do takeaways and deliveries too. There are also many places to visit for lunch, brunch or a quick bite to eat. 

The Crystal Palace Park hosts many events throughout the year including festivals, park runs and open-air concerts. The park is also home to a maze, children’s farm, boating lake and Crystal Palace Museum. The museum opened in 1990 and tells the story of both Hyde Park and Sydenham Crystal Palaces. The park is fantastic for a day out with plenty of picnic areas and lots of open space for children to run around and play. 

For those who love to shop, vintage is big on Crystal Palace’s scene. Sunday mornings are most popular with shops and stalls spilling out onto the pavement of Church Road. If you love to find or browse antiques, Crystal Palace Antiques & Modern is a must-visit, it is spread over four floors on Jasper Road. For the high street brands, head to the Centrale and Whitgift Shopping Centre in Croydon, less than a 15 minute drive, there is everything from H&M, JD Sports and Next to non-fashion brands like Waterstones, Card Factory and 3.–-960-x-928.jpg

Crystal Palace’s travel links

Crystal Palace has great travel links with frequent railway services to London Bridge and Victoria on the Overground and also access to the city is super easy via the East London line, as well as Shoreditch and the East End. Buses are also very regular and widely available, with many serving areas nearby including Blackheath, Bromley North, Orpington, Brixton and West Croydon. Additionally, there are buses to Oxford Circus and night buses running from all over London to Crystal Palace. 

For those that like to cycle, the London Cycle Network routes 23 and 27 go through Crystal Palace and going the other way route 23 connects Borough and Croydon and route 27 connects Anerly Hill and Bromley. 

Crystal Palace has accessible, handy road links with it being 15 minutes away from the A23, leading to London or the M23. The M25, a major road encircling almost all of Greater London, is less than 40 minutes away. For flights and travelling to international destinations, the UK’s second largest airport Gatwick Airport is only an hour away by car.

Interested in Crystal Palace?

Get in touch with the team at Expose and we’ll explore your options and answer any questions on the local area.


All previous interactions with Estate Agents have left a bad taste in our mouth, but I can honestly say that Graham Colliss is without question the best person we have ever dealt with when going through with the process of selling your house! He is knowledgeable, articulate, supportive and honest. The beauty with Graham is that he does not tell you what you want to hear, but what you need to hear in order to get your property sold. I whole heartedly recommend you use Graham!
Antony & Bernadette – Forest Hill
A huge thank you to Graham and Josh in particular for their excellent support in the quick sale of our property. They were super friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and kept us updated at every step. Expose were familiar regarding the market within the area and gave us full confidence in their ability to showcase our home. They were just as invested as we were and we would highly recommend their service, its been effortless. Thank you Expose!
Clair – Beckenham
My whole experience with Graham has been easy and enjoyable from start to finish. Graham was refreshingly down to earth, honest and extremely helpful and in no way pushy or manipulative (which has been my experience of estate agents in the past). He knew the market and managed our expectations, his advice was really valuable and he helped me navigate a very sensitive tenant situation in my property which made the whole thing so much easier.
Melody & Brian – Crystal Palace
We’ve had an excellent experience with our agent Graham Colliss, he showed real commitment to helping us sell our property throughout the process. He’s incredibly knowledgeable, professional and a good calm negotiator even when the pressures on during the stressful moments in selling your home. I couldn’t recommend Graham and his team more!
Miles & Abby – Brockley
Graham Colliss said he would work hard for us and get the best price… and he did, without a shadow of doubt. He fielded calls after hours, was consistent with honest and good advice and ultimately negotiated our sale beyond expectations. Thanks for a great service and I would recommend anyone to follow this route instead of the traditional high street agents.

Pat & Simon – Beckenham
We had a great experience with Graham Colliss while selling our property in South East London. We found Graham to be hugely knowledgeable about the local market both through his work as an agent and the fact he previously lived in the area. Graham gave honest advice even when it wasn’t exactly what we wanted to hear which is really refreshing. We also appreciated him taking time to even offer advice when negotiating our onward purchase.
Timothy – Lewisham