175 Anerley Road,
Crystal Palace,
London SE20 8EF

Summer 2013

A sought-after address

A modern collection of two-bedroom houses built on former brownfield land. Originally built in 1827, Anerley Road has a deep heritage and is now one of the area’s most sought-after addresses.

About the development


Contemporary décor throughout with a neutral colour palette and stylish fixtures and fittings. The homes also have access to off-street parking and landscaped gardens for all to enjoy.


Anerley Road was once part of a grand private estate known as Anerley (meaning the one and only) which was owned by Scottish silk manufacturer William Sanderson. In the 1860s the estate was developed into elegant Victorian houses transforming it into the road it’s known as today.


Both Anerley station and Crystal Palace station are within walking distance.

A vibrant community

The great transport connections and vibrant community makes this area popular with both young professionals and growing families. Crystal Palace Park is just a stone’s throw away as is the local Co-op.  There’s plenty to see and do with rows upon rows of independent shops, cafés and bars to discover as well as an abundance of green open space to explore.