Strategically placed between West Hampstead and Queens Park, Kilburn is a fast gentrifying location with excellent housing stock with classic architecture and near perfect transport links wherever you want to go.
Much of Kilburn was developed by Solomon Barnett, including the two-storey terraced houses east of Queens Park, which were developed between 1895 and 1900, and typically have clean, classical lines. Barnett's wife was from the West Country, and many of the roads he developed are named either for places she knew (eg Torbay, Tiverton, Honiton) or popular poets of the time (Tennyson).
Residents from more “affluent” neighbourhoods are finding the VFM irresistible but prices are climbing. The opening of several restaurants and gastropubs along with old favourites such as North London Tavern and Bronze Age and also the critically acclaimed Tricylcle Theatre/Cinema has established Kilburn firmly on the map of North West London.
Excellent transport links include Kilburn Jubilee Line (zone 2) station and Brondesbury Overground stations with easy access to Euston, Stratford, Richmond and Kilburn High Road.
A range of primary and secondary state and private schools can be found in the locale. The walking culture of Kilburn also extends into Queens Park as the restaurants such as Hugos and Ostuni can be only a 5 /10 minute walk away.
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