Crumlin real estate guide & listings for sale
Most areas in Crumlin are reasonably quiet, as the streets are generally quite calm - however noise can be bothersome close to one of the railway lines. Parks aren't well-distributed, making them occasionally hard to access from most locations in the neighbourhood. Still, there are a few public green spaces close by for residents to check out, like Sovereign Woods.
The car is very often the preferred method to get around in this neighbourhood. Parking is easy. In contrast, Crumlin is not a very pleasant part of London for getting around by public transit. Nonetheless, the neighbourhood is linked by a few bus lines, and bus stops are typically relatively close by. Crumlin is not very suitable for walking because running common errands is difficult on foot.
The predominant housing types in Crumlin are single detached homes and townhouses. Roughly 30% of homes in this part of London were built between 1990 and 2000, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1960s. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy roughly 80% of the units in Crumlin whereas the remainder are rented.
Crumlin does not contain any high schools or primary schools. Moreover, it can be very hard to get to daycares on foot. With regards to eating, home buyers in Crumlin typically need a car to buy groceries. Residents can enjoy a few restaurants and cafes as well.