The houses all date from the turn of the last Century to be more prominent 1920s-1930s style architecture. The area was originally built on the site of an old Manor House today known as the exclusive “Manor House Drive” and was built as a leafy retreat for the emerging middle classes with the elevated position overlooking the London Skyline. The area has the largest assortment of properties ranging from impressive double fronted family houses to equally sought after flat conversions.

There are some popular schools in the area all in demand from local residents including Malorees School, North West London Jewish School and the Queens Park Community School. Transport into London includes Willesden Green (Jubilee Line - Zone 2) and Brondesbury Park (Overground Line). In recent years the Brondesbury Park Synagogue has attracted many families from the suburbs of London to move back into London. Combined with good local schools and excellent transport links to the centre, Brondesbury Park with its generous sized homes for growing families looking for lateral living with large gardens, is fast becoming a hotspot just outside the centre for green urban living.

The area is sought after with plenty of local walking infrastructure including Nuffield Gym, South Hampstead Cricket Club, South Hampstead Tennis Club, Sainsbury’s and Costa and for local dog walking Tiverton Green.