Norbury, south London

Join our community of guardians in Norbury, close to Brixton and Streatham. This period communal property has seven bedrooms of varying sizes and a large shared garden. Our rooms in Norbury are well connected to central London, and buzzing south London towns Brixton, Clapham and Peckham.

Currently available:

Currently full
Norbury (Zone 3) is a seven minute walk
Brixton Tube is 30 minutes by bus
Regular buses to Clapham, Streatham and Brixton
Free parking on streets nearby
Eligibility criteria
  • No under 18s
  • No pets allowed
  • Your annual income must be 30x monthly licence fee
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The property

This communal property has seven bedrooms, a large shared kitchen, utility room and space for socialising. Each room (apart from one) has its own sink, and you’ll share the main bathroom facilities with your fellow guardians.

Outdoor space

There is a large shared garden at the back of the property. Directly opposite the property is Norbury Hall Park, a pretty spot with footpaths and meadows.

The local area

Only a three minute walk from the rooms in Norbury, the high street is packed with delicious restaurants and Sunday morning coffee spots. Affogato serves a mean brunch. ChaaatPatta will become your new favourite Indian takeaway. Further up the road towards Streatham lies Alice in Wonderland themed pub, The Rabbit Hole.

There are plenty of gyms and other ways to stay fit in the area. Nuffield Health Centre has a pool, sauna and runs a huge range of exercise classes. Or, join amateur boxing classes at the Croydon Amateur Boxing Club in nearby Norbury Park.


Making a difference to the local and wider community is what we’re all about, and Dot Dot Dot guardians volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. Local volunteering opportunities include Ace of Clubs, a south London organisation and community providing transformative support for homeless, vulnerable and otherwise marginalised people in the area.

There’s also Spires, based in Streatham, a charity supporting those experiencing homelessness in the surrounding areas. They’re in need of volunteers to help run their befriending service and other sessions.

Volunteering has provided me with a way to connect more with the people around me, and with people who wouldn’t normally be in my social sphere.

Dawn Gladwin

South east London guardian

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Licence fee review

Dot Dot Dot undertakes a licence fee review every twelve months. Broadly, any increases will be based on the rate of inflation at the time of review, but they will also take into account any specific changes in our costs or in the local market. We also look at changes to council tax rates and utilities. Current guardians will be given at least two month’s notice before their licence fees change and new guardians will not face changes for at least six months.

Please note that photos on this page represent the range of spaces we manage and do not necessarily depict the space you may move into. You will have an opportunity to see the spaces at a later stage at a group viewing.