Welcome to Haboodle estate agent in Croydon & surrounding towns

Our neighbourhood

This is our home turf, our community. As an experienced estate agent covering Croydon and its surrounding towns, we know this area inside out and we’ll use this knowledge to get you the very best results when selling or buying propertywhere ever it might be, South Croydon, Selsdon, Purley, Coulsdon or Mitcham. We can’t wait to help you sell your home, or find your next property to buy.

Selling and buying property in Croydon & surrounding towns

Convenient, slick and results-focused, Haboodle will get you moving like no other agent. We stay committed and focused at every stage of the process to deliver the results you deserve when selling or buying property. A personal approach with a proactive Croydon estate agent combined with haboodle’s 24/7 online platform means you’ll always be in the know.

We’re the local go-to Croydon estate agent covering Purley, Coulsdon, Sanderstead, South Croydon, Shirley and Warlingham.

Living in Croydon

Are you looking for a place to call home in South London? Look no further than Croydon! Whether you’re an existing resident or considering buying a property in Croydon, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the many attractive benefits of life in this vibrant borough.

Croydon offers a great selection of properties from high-spec modern apartments and new-build houses to traditional semi-detached houses and terraced homes. The area’s excellent transportation links mean you can be in central London within 25 minutes, making it a great choice for commuters.

As an expert estate agent in Croydon and the surrounding area, we’ve pulled together some of the area highlights from local amenities, schools and transport. Learn more about the many great aspects of living in Croydon & South London in our Area Guide below.

A guide to Croydon

The local community in Croydon is incredibly friendly and welcoming, with many activities and events taking place throughout the year. From theatre productions and music festivals to outdoor movie screenings and comedy nights – you will never be short of things to do in Croydon!

Local amenities

Croydon is renowned for its fantastic shopping, with high street brands, independent boutiques and designer stores. The borough also has its own Boxpark, which has become a popular new destination for food, drink and entertainment. The second iteration of BOXPARK launched in Croydon in 2016 with the look and feel of a modern day Covent Garden Piazza, fit for the 21st century. The venue also features a 2000-capacity events space.

There is a great selection of local parks, including South Norwood Lake and Grounds, Edward Road Park, and Addington Hills. Wandle Park is the largest park in the borough with plenty of activities available, such as a BMX track, tennis courts, and a children’s playground. If you prefer something a bit more tranquil, South Norwood Country Park is ideal for a leisurely stroll and observing nature in all its beauty.

Those looking to learn more about Croydon’s fascinating history should definitely visit the Museum of Croydon. Exhibits include artefacts from Roman and Saxon times, alongside more modern exhibits relating to the borough’s 20th century history. Croydon is also home to many vibrant art galleries. Fairfield Halls offers marvellous art exhibitions, and the RISE Gallery celebrates urban art from local and international artists.

Transport links

From Mitcham to Purley, Croydon and surrounding areas are all well-connected areas with numerous transport links, including three National Rail stations, as well as several tram links. There is a fast, direct train to London in less than 15 minutes from East Croydon or 22 minutes from Purley, making it easy to commute to work or to explore the city.

Local schools

Croydon is home to some of the top schools in the local area. From primary and secondary schools to colleges and universities, the borough is well equipped to provide a great education for all ages through traditional, faith-based or specialist schools. South Croydon is home to a variety of schools including state schools such as Warlingham, Sanderstead, and Coulsdon, to independent schools such as Whitgift, Arc and Croydon High.

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I sold my flat with Dan from Haboodle and I wanted to write a review to say thank you for making it so easy. Dan has years of experience and is very knowledgeable when it comes to the property market. Would highly recommend him to anybody wishing to buy or sell a property.

Amy Lambern

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I was strongly recommended to speak with Daniel when I was on the hunt for my first property. Let me tell you, he didn't disappoint. Every step of the way, he provided me with solid and practical advice. He's been an amazing source of support, even when it came to properties that aren't part of his agency. Compared to your average estate agent, he's in a league of his own. I recommend him to everyone I talk to because he truly knows his stuff when it comes to buying property. Trust me, you won't find anyone better than Daniel.

Peter Fahy

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Dan from Haboodle has made the process of buying my dream home so enjoyable whilst reassuring me throughout the process. Although it’s not my first rodeo, as you know, home purchasing can always be daunting. He has recommended great professionals allowing the process to be smooth and prompt. Very responsive & helpful already recommended him to friends & will use again for future investment properties.

Michelle Riley

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I instructed Daniel to sell my home following a number of valuations by local agents. Daniel stood out from the crowd with his local knowledge, experience and clear marketing strategy. I would highly recommend Daniel and wouldn’t hesitate to use him again.

Max Turner