• Properties to rent in Crystal Palace, SE19

Crystal Palace was a giant glass and iron exhibition hall that was initially erected in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was later taken down and rebuilt in Sydenham Hill, south London, in the district that now bears its name. It eventually burned down in 1936.

Crystal Palace is one of the highest points in London. There are lots of green areas and parks and you will find amazing villas with stucco and brick really well sought after. There are good transportation links to the city by trains and the DLR to Crystal Palace, Penge West and Syndenham stations. 
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Rent distribution in Crystal Palace

Average rental prices in Crystal Palace over the last 12 months

Top lettings agents property rental prices in Crystal Palace

Based on the last 6 months. Prices per week.

Lettings Agent Studios 1 beds 2 beds 3 beds 4 beds 5 beds
none £256 £298 none none none
none none none £531 none none
none £242 £303 £430 none none
none none £288 none none none

Property types distribution in Crystal Palace

Property minima and maxima (p.c.w.) in Crystal Palace

This graphs shows the least and most expensive rental prices per property type in Crystal Palace.

Property price distribution in Crystal Palace

The table below shows price distribution by property types in Crystal Palace.

p.c.w. £200 or less £200 to £400 £400 to £650 £650 to £1,100 £1,100 to £1,600 £1,600 to £2,300 £2,300 to £3,500 £3,500 or more
One beds 0% 100% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Two beds 0% 100% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%
Three beds 0% 0% 100% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Streets analysed for these statistics

  • Anerley Hill
  • Becondale Rd
  • Belvedere Rd
  • Church Rd
  • Clovelly Gardens
  • Farquhar Rd
  • Fox Hill
  • Jasper Rd
  • Maberley Rd
  • Milestone Rd
  • Pleydell Ave
  • Waldegrave Rd
  • Westow St
  • Woodland Rd
Statistics based on 342 properties in Crystal Palace. Last updated on Aug 28, 2017.