Our sales and lettings portfolio of properties covering Brondesbury and Brondesbury Park are in the heart of the NW6 postcode, with West Hampstead to the east, Queens Park to the south and Kensal Green to the west.
Brondesbury Park itself offers a diverse selection of properties to buy and rent, with a number of prime addresses including Aylestone Avenue, Christchurch Avenue and the ‘horse shoe' of Manor House Drive (originally built on the old Manor House site). These exclusive addresses are located directly off Brondesbury Park itself and are host to prestigious 1930s-built double-fronted detached residences. Our estate agents covering Brondesbury Park can introduce you to our broad collection of houses and flats for sale in Brondesbury. This collection consists of some exclusive properties as well as smaller Victorian terraced houses and a number of more modern apartments and developments.
Our Brondesbury Park estate agents consistently report that property in this area has become increasingly popular over the past few years. There are many advantages to owning property in this affluent suburb. The area has good public transport links with access to the Jubilee, Bakerloo and Metropolitan underground lines and the North London Overground line. This area of North London is also a big draw for families as it is within the Malorees Secondary School catchment area.
Those looking to rent properties are attracted to the area’s wide tree-lined streets and the many amenities that are within walking distance. The Nuffield Gym, South Hampstead Tennis and Cricket Club, and the popular dog walking park Tiverton Green will all be within an easy distance of your chosen property in Brondesbury Park. Contact our letting agents in Brondesbury Park for more information.
Like many nearby London Burroughs, this area was only developed into a residential area in the 19th Century and the local architecture reflects this. The area has some attractive 1920s and ‘30s properties, as well as double-fronted family homes and large Victorian houses, some of which have been converted into generously proportioned and modern flats. Some prime examples of those converted into apartments are on Cavendish Road, The Avenue, and Mowbray Road.
- Malorees Infant School www.maloreesinfants.com
- Malorees Secondary School www.maloreesjuniorschool.co.uk
- Queens Park Community www.qpcs.brent.sch.uk
- Salusbury Primary School www.salusbury.brent.sch.uk
LEISURE AND PLACES OF INTEREST
South Hampstead Cricket club
Nuffield Health and Fitness Centre
Tricycle Theatre www.tricycle.co.uk
Kilburn tube station (Jubilee Line)
Buses: 8, 316, 98, N98, 206
GASTRO PUBS / BARS
Brondes Age www.brondesage.com
North London Tavern www.northlondontavern.co.uk
Woody Grill www.woody-grill.com