Cleaning Team London has been providing efficient cleaning services in SE19 Crystal Palace, Norwood London for corporate clients and private owners since 1999. Our staff is fully trained and experienced of performing the job beyond our customers’ expectations, with combined efforts in the cleaning business. If you are moving out or in a rented property or you are selling your home we have the needed knowledge to carry out the job to suit your requirements.
We at Cleaning Team London have been doing it for years in London. As a result we know what Real Estate Agencies and landlords look for in an End Of Tenancy Cleaning. Our professional End Of Tenancy Cleaning teams provide 48 hours guaranteed cleaning: Pre Tenancy Cleaning , End of Tenancy Cleaning , Move In Cleaning ; Move Out Cleaning , End Of Lease Cleaning. End of tenancy cleaning does not include the cleaning of ceilings, curtains, carpets and upholstery nor does it include washing up or laundering.
Depending on your end of tenancy cleaning needs we can offer you daily, weekly, monthly, or one time cleaning. Our professional cleaners are available every day starting at 8 am and ready to satisfy all your cleaning needs. You may find our contact details here or check the page with the testimonials from our clients.
About our end of tenancy cleaning in SE19 Crystal Palace, Norwood (Cen & Upper)
Upper Norwood is a height area in south London under the postcode SE19. Upper Norwood borders West Norwood, West Dulwich, South Norwood, Norbury, Anerley and Thornton Heath. Historically it was in the county of Surrey. Most of the properties in the area of Upper Norwood and Beulah Hill date from the nineteenth and twentieth century. The hill offers panoramic views northward to central London and southward to central Croydon and the North Downs.
An extensive area of Norwood is covered by natural oak forest which formed a wilderness close to the southern edge of London. The name ‘Norwood’ comes from a contraction of the ‘North Wood’. The forest was a popular area for Londoners’ relaxation until the nineteenth century when urbanization began to be built over.
Crystal Palace railway station is located below Upper Norwood and bordered by many steps. However, Crystal Palace Parade remains an important bus point and many local bus routes are used by the residents to travel to West Norwood, Tulse Hill, Streatham, West Dulwich or Norbury railway stations.
The Crystal Palace was rebuilt nearby on Sydenham Hill and the importance of this building brought the name of the area – Crystal Palace. The very eastern district of Upper Norwood is now also known as Crystal Palace and is the commercial hub of Upper Norwood, known as the ‘Triangle’. The very western area is known as Crown Point.
Places of interest are the Upper Norwood Library in Westow Hill, being the only independent public library in the UK; Upper Norwood Recreation Ground – very famous park, part of the Harold Road Conservation Area. Its boundary is outlined by Chevening Road, Hermitage Road, Eversley Road and Harold Road; The Croydon Transmitter; the Crystal Palace Transmitter part of the Crystal Palace Park. Nearest stations are Crystal Palace railway station; East London Line; Gipsy Hill railway station; West Norwood railway station.