The properties in the Brondesbury Park area are in wide
tree lined roads with houses dating from the turn of the
century to the more prominent 1930s style. The area is
dominated by the exclusive Manor House Drive which was
originally built on the site of an old Manor House. Perhaps,
best described as the most exclusive area in Willesden, with
the largest assortment of properties ranging from impressive
double fronted houses and equally sought after wonderful flat
conversions. This area is within the Malorees school catchment area.
This is an area consisting of many Victorian terraced
properties with its borders spreading out to Golders Green,
West Hampstead, Childs Hill and Willesden. It is a mixed area
of commercial and residential properties. The properties
in the wide leafy roads near Gladstone Park such as Anson
Road and Oman Avenue offer good sized family accommodation
of 4/5 bedrooms. The best means of transport into London is
from Cricklewood Station which takes about 15 minutes to
Kings Cross (St Pancras) station via British Rail. At
present there are plans for the regeneration of the whole
the area extending towards Brent Cross shopping centre.
Recently the new Crown Moran hotel has opened for business
as a further indication of this widespread regeneration.
Dollis Hill is made up of mainly residential districts to
the south and east of Gladstone Park. On the south side the
area is made up of Edwardian three bedroom terraced houses at
one end and more modern 3-4 bedroom semi's with garages at the
other. These houses also dominate the east side of the park.
The Edwardian terraces are particularly popular with W9, W10
and West Hampstead residents, moving slightly out of town to
get better value for money with the added benefits of
Gladstone Park and Dollis Hill jubilee line station. The
1930's houses have always been much in demand from families
looking for less crowded streets and easy parking.
Kensal Rise & Harlesden
Two rapidly up and coming areas with many residents from
Ladbroke Grove, Notting
Hill and Maida Vale all moving north,
seeking properties which offer better value for
area has some lovely Edwardian and Victorian properties with
many of the original features intact. The Jubilee Line
(London Underground) from Willesden Green, Silver Link (North
London Line) from Brondesbury and Kensal Rise best serve the
area for public transport into London. The prices in this
area have increased significantly
over the last couple of years and look set
The Mapesbury Estate is a cohesive residential area. The
Estate is bounded to the
west by Walm Lane, Chichele
Road to the east, by the rear of properties on Shoot Up Hill
and to the north by the rear of the properties in Anson
Road. The properties were built as suburban villas within
their own plots of land for those people requiring easy access
to the city. The houses were generally built around 1870 to
1885 and are mainly two storey with attic rooms and
substantial mature gardens to the front and rear. The roads
are mainly tree lined streets. The Estate was designated a
Conservation Area in December 1982. Presently the Conservation
Area is expanding to take in the east side of Walm Lane around
Blenheim Gardens NW2. This area is popular with young families moving from West Hampstead, Queens Park and Maida Vale, looking for more lateral living accommodation.
In our opinion Neasden is excellent value for money, where
you can purchase a house at the same price of a flat closer
into town. This area is popular with families as it has two
large recreational areas (Gladstone Park and the Welsh Harp).
Neasden offers two large superstores Tesco's and Ikea at Brent
Park and a exquisitely hand crafted temple of worship and a
local history museum close by. Brent Cross shopping Centre is
10 minutes away by car.
West Hampstead is a very young, vibrant cosmopolitan
community and at it's heart is the busy West End Lane with
it's bars, shops and numerous restaurants catering
types of culinary desires. The houses here are generally older
style period property abundant with character features.
Willesden Green & Willesden
Willesden Green and Willesden have benefited tremendously
from the ease of access into town being the last link of zone
2 on the Jubilee line. Many of the large Edwardian and
Victorian properties have been converted into flats. Due to
both its easy accessibility into town and with all the
amenities close at hand these areas have become very sought
after with families, couples and single people alike. Recently
this area has been popular with residents of West
Hampstead, Queens Park and Notting
Hill looking to purchase
substantial houses at more affordable prices.
Queens Park & Kilburn
Queens Park is a Conservation Area offering a mixture of
late Victorian and Edwardian houses. Large semi-detached,
terraced houses and flats dominate this area. The Park
the main focus of the area, particularly with families and
the many media types that frequent the district.
Generally, prices escalate the closer you are to the park. The
opening of numerous restaurants, bars and the critically
acclaimed Tricycle theatre and art house cinema in Kilburn are
adding to the regeneration of this area.
Please take this opportunity to browse through the
selection of up-to-date properties that we currently have
available. Should anything be of interest to you please do not
hesitate to contact one of our offices on the number
below. For further information, please contact G. Stiff on
020 8459 1133.
For further information contact
and we will respond as soon as possible to any enquires you may have.