Residents from more 'affluent' neighbourhoods such as St Johns Wood, West Hampstead, Hampstead, Brondesbury, Maida Vale and Queen's Park, are finding the value for money in Kilburn irresistible, although the property prices have risen over the past few years and continue to increase. The resident part of Kilburn has a host of large three-storey and two storey terraced Victorian houses and flat conersations with rear gardens. The properties offer a perfect family living space in the heart of London.

The opening of several restaurants and gastropubs along with old favourites such as the legentry pub amongst locals - The North London Tavern and also the critically acclaimed Kiln Theatre & Cinema has established Kilburn firmly on the map of North West London. The Queen's Park Farmers Market is the go-to-for local artisan produce for Kilburn residents. They sell a wide range of produce in a family friendly environment.

A range of primary and secondary state and private schools can be found in the locale. The walking culture of Kilburn also extends into Queen's Park as the restaurants such as Milk Beach, Carmel, Cafe Jack's, LINO, The Salusbury and Wolf Pack all just ten minutes walk away.

Kilburn Grange Park is widely used by the residents of Kilburn and has a wide range of sporting facilities. The park spans over 3.2 hectares, so it won't be crowed on the most sunny days in Kilburn. The beautiful Queen's Park is also within easy walking distance.

Excellent transport links into central London and the City include Kilburn station (Jubilee Zone 2), Kilburn Park Station (Bakerloo - Zone 2) and Brondesbury Station (Overground North London Line) with easy access to Euston, Stratford, Richmond and Kilburn High Road.