Childs Hill is quiet leafy and friendly area and has great transport links to central London.
Short walk to Hampstead Heath
Maybe not the most pleasing on the eye but Cricklewood has great transport links in and around London. The people are friendly and you have pretty much everything you need (except good pubs unfortunately!) right on your door step! Great place for young professionals to live cos its cheap but its perfectly safe and there are lost of other young professionals living here.
Very mixed community. Full of typical London street scenes.
Has one of the biggest and the best London pubs: The CROWN: has BINGO
Just off the beaten track, near enough to central London but without the prices.
Well connected for most places in London, reliable tube line, eclectic mix of people and very London.
Golders Green is very close to Hampstead Heath, and Brent Cross shopping Centre, and Kenwood, the highest point in London.
The transport is brilliant. Location is betwee zone 2 and 3 and therefore good. Lots of shops so very handy. I love Willesden Green.
Willesden Green has a mixed community and some very beautiful properties. It is only 30 minutes from Centre of London. Heathrow is 45 minutes by car and a direct train from Cricklewood will take you to Luton Airport in 30 minutes. Trendy Queens Park (farmers Market), Notting Hill, The famous Portobello Market, up and Coming Kensal Green/Rise are all within walking distance. 3 sport centres are within walking distance, Cannon's Willesden Leisure Centre and Fitness first. And there is the fabulous, Glastone, Roundwood, King Edwards, Queens Park and plus our very own little park across the road from the house. What can I say!
Great area, with parks, pubs and restaurants nearby.
Willesden Green shed it's up and coming pretext three years ago with the arrival of a massive Foxton's that brought the new affluence of West Hampstead and Queen's Park to it's doorstep. Following on in quick succession was a Sainsbury's Metro, Costa, Spice 6 and other excellent restaurants and bars. Not to mention the Willesden Green Tube facelift with Kensington style wider Street Cafe pavement areas, bike bays and plush red tarmac and all around the hub of the Station. Walk a bit further and see the novel herbacious bordered tree lined roads. After dragging it's feet for too long, Willesden Green finally arrived.
Willesden Green is an area of Edwardian streets with most of the houses converted into flats. The population are 50% well settled Londoners but enlivened with a French, Polish, Brazilian transient population. Local shops are good with Brent Cross mall a 15 minute bus ride away. Lots of pubs with music and a good range of restaurants. Excellent transport links to central London, the City and Canary Wharf.