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Brondesbury Park

Brondesbury Parks’ properties have become increasingly popular over the last couple of years as families look to move into the wide tree lined streets, fabulous gardens and plenty of lateral living space – ideal for the 21st family living. The houses all date from the turn of the last Century to be more prominent 1920s-1930s style architecture......


The Regeneration of Harlesden is one of the most remarkable transformations that is taking place in London today.  Soon to be the main London interchange between High Speed Two and Crossrail – Harlesden now has aspirations for the first time since it was built in the 19th Century where the future was steam powered.....


Kensal or North Notting Hill as it is affectionally becoming known as is increasingly popular with residents moving fromPortobello, Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Kensington, Maida Vale and Queens Park. All seeking properties which offer better value for money.....


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......

Ladbroke Grove

Ladbroke Grove is an area spanning from Notting Hill to Kensal Green. Located in the northern part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the area was developed in the 19th Century and mainly consists of Victorian and Edwardian architecture..... 


Designated a Conservation Area in 1982 - Mapesbury Conservation Area is one of the largest Conservation cohesive residential areas in Brent which comprises of unaltered Town House development dating from between 1870 and 1925 along tree lined roads. The Estate is bounded to the west by Walm Lane, Chichelle Road to the east, by the rear of properties on Shoot Up Hill and to the north by the rear of the properties in Anson Road......


In our opinion Neasden is excellent value for money, where you can purchase a freehold house for the same for price of a flat closer into town. Recently, we have experienced an increased demand from couples and families moving into this area. Regeneration plans include a new French Lycée School on the site of the old Brent Town Hall and a new Designer Outlet Fashion Retail area close to Wembley Stadium.The ever popular IKEA Superstore is a must for all first time buyers......

West Hampstead

Until the late 19th century, the locale was a small village called West End. Modern West Hampstead emerged with the arrival of the railways, and the transformation of the area from farm land to housing estates. Hence, the name of West End Lane......

Willesden Green & Willesden

Willesden/Willesden Green is now a thriving location of diverse cultures that has seen the sense of community soar in recent years. The area has benefited tremendously from the ease of access into Central London and by being the last link of zone 2 on the Jubilee Line......

Queens Park

Queens Park lies between the City of Westminster and the London Borough of Brent. Developed in the late 19th century, the park was named after Queen Victoria after she attended The Royal Agricultural Show Held in the park - hence the name The Queens Park......


Please take this opportunity to browse through the selection of up-to-date properties that we currently have available. Should anything be of interest to you please do not hesitate to contact us on 020 7328 2828 or email admin@queensparkpartnership.co.uk and we will respond as soon as possible.

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