kilburn, little venice, mapesbury, south hampstead & west kilburn

Little Venice, Maida Vale
Kilburn NW6


Kilburn, a popular area with young professionals, has a large Irish community, as well as other cultures. There is a vast selection of independent and branded retail outlets, pubs, wine bars, restaurants along the Kilburn High Road, which is also home to the illustrious Tricycle Theatre. 

There are lots of open green spaces in and around Kilburn, including Kilburn Grange, which features tennis courts and a children's play area, as well as nearby Queens Park, which also consists of tennis courts, a pitch and putt course, children's play area as well as a small farm.

As far as properties are concerned, there is a wide selection of homes to choose from, including large Victorian red brick homes and Victorian terraces, many of which have been converted into apartments, as well as large mansion blocks.

Aside from being one of the trendiest areas in which to live in London, many people are also attracted to Kilburn’s reliable transport links.

Kilburn Park (Bakerloo line), Kilburn High Road (Jubilee line) and Brondesbury (Overground) train stations offer easy access to central London, as do the plethora of 24-bus services that operate in the area. 


Little Venice W9 W2


Little Venice, which can be found in South Maida Vale, is a prime residential area with a delightful selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Aside from the two canals with a number of houseboats, this affluent area is mostly residential, consisting of many large Victorian and Edwardian blocks of mansion flats, particularly on Maida Avenue, Warwick Crescent and Blomfield Road.

Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo line) underground stations are situated nearby, while there are various buses offering 24-hour services, as well as aregular waterbus service which operates from Little Venice eastwards around Regent's Park, calling at London Zoo and on towards Camden Town.


Mapesbury Estate Conservation Area NW2


Mapesbury Estate and conservation areas cover parts of Kilburn and Cricklewood in the borough of Brent. The majority of Mapesbury has been a conservation area for the past thirty years. It is dominated by brick-built houses, many of which have been converted into flats, and a wide range of trees.

There is plenty to see and do in the areas surrounding Mapesbury, with no shortage of bars, pubs, cafes, eateries, a theatre and a cinema, not to mention high street shops. Local open green spaces include Gladestone Park, Queens Park and Kilburn Grange. 

Kilburn High Road (Jubilee line), Willesden Green (Jubilee line), Brondesbury (Overground) and Cricklewood (Capital Connect), serve the area well, with regular trains, while frequent busses can be found on Kilburn and Willeseden High Roads as well as Cricklewood Broadway.


South Hampstead NW6


Located between West Hampstead, NW6, and Finchley Road, NW3, South Hampstead is predominantly a conservation area, and one of the most desirable places in which to live in North West London.

Home-hunters seeking to buy a or rent a property in South Hampstead will find a wide selection of homes available, from Victorian houses and converted flats to purpose-built mansion blocks. 

South Hampstead attracts a wide range of residents, with many families attracted to the plethora of schools in and around the area, while professionals are enticed by the short travel time into the City and West End.

The area is well served by excellent transport links: West Hampstead (Jubilee line), Swiss Cottage (Jubilee line), and Finchley Road (Jubilee and Metroplitan lines) Underground stations are all within short walking distance, along with overground train stations South Hampstead (Overground), West Hampstead (Jubilee line, Capital Connect and Overground) and Finchley & Frognal (Overground). The area is also well served by a wide selection of 24-hour buses, offering superb links into the West End.


West Kilburn NW6


West, as its name suggests, of Kilburn and also of Maida Vale, is growing increasingly more popular, mainly because of its central location and the fact that property prices are cheaper compared to most neighbouring areas, such as Ladbroke Grove.

West Kilburn, which features a diverse population, generally attracts homebuyers and renters, particularly young professionals in their early thirties, who are priced out of living in nearby Notting Hill and North Kensington, but still want to be in a trendy hotspot, packed with bars and restaurants.

The area is dominated by Victorian terraced houses in and around the Queen's Park Estate, a conservation area, not to be confused with the nearby similarly named Queen's Park. But most of the larger houses have been converted into flats. There is also a pleasant selection of small cottages as well as ex-local authority purpose-built apartments to choose from.

The train stations serving this area are Queen's Park (Bakerloo and Overground), Westbourne Park (Hammersmith & City Line), Warwick Avenue and Maida Vale (Bakerloo).