harlesden, north kensington & willesden green

Willesden Green NW2 NW6 Underground Station
Grand Junction Arms


A rural village until the mid-19th century, Harlesden is now celebrated for its culturally rich heritage. Well-known residents include the boxer Audley Harrison and the broadcaster Louis Theroux.

Harlesden is within walking distance of numerous green spaces, such as Fryent Country Park and Gladstone Park, and the Victorian terraced houses and former railway cottages make this vibrant, up-and-coming neighbourhood ideal for families. The ongoing regeneration of the town centre is also attracting many young professionals.



BBC Studios, White City


Situated between the Harrow Road and Notting Hill Gate, North Kensington is one of the most photogenic neighbourhoods in London; the world-famous Portobello Road Market featured as the highpoint in the film Notting Hill.

Exclusive and cosmopolitan, North Kensington’s illustrious residents include Nigel Havers and Harry Enfield. Its architectural diversity is displayed in its elegant squares, chic mews houses and magnificent Georgian mansions.


Willesden Green NW2 NW6


The hamlet of ‘Willesdune’, meaning ‘Hill of the Spring’, dates back to 939 AD. Its architecture is now primarily Edwardian and 1930s in style, and attracts young professionals as well as families.

This booming residential neighbourhood in North-West London has excellent transport links. Willesden Green was the setting for Zadie Smith’s novel White Teeth and the inspiration for pop songs by The Kinks and The Clash.

The creative momentum continues with an impressive, brand-new Cultural Centre opening in 2015, expanding the area’s strong sense of artistic and community pride.