"With a mixture of grand Edwardian properties as well as more modern builds, Willesden Green has a lot to offer first time buyers and families alike," says Hugh Frost-Wellings, Sales Manager at Dexters Maida Vale. "The great connectivity to central London and out of London means the area has great appeal to pied-a-terre owners as well as busy professionals."
"With good schools, trendy bars and restaurants and open green spaces, the area is very underrated and offers excellent value for money, particularly when competing with some of its more famous bigger cousins out there."
"Willesden Green is becoming a very trendy extension of Queens Park," says Anthony Wozniak, Lettings Director at Dexters Maida Vale. "With a number of boutiques popping up, as well as its mainstream supermarkets and good transport links, tenants are flocking to this more affordable area of London."
If you are interested in making a move to this exciting area of London, or you are thinking of selling or letting your Willesden Green property, contact Dexters Maida Vale on 020 7266 2020. Call 7 days a week from 8am - 8pm or visit dexters.co.uk.
Willesden Green is five miles north-west of central London and the focal point of its high street, along the High Road, is its brand-new library and museum, built after a fierce local planning battle, which is tacked on to the back of the original Edwardian library building. The museum tells the story of how Willesden changed after the arrival of the Metropolitan line. Willesden’s close neighbours are Neasden, Cricklewood and Hendon to the north; Kilburn and West Hampstead to the east; Queen’s Park and Kensal Green to the south; and Harlesden to the west. Families make their way to Willesden Green’s large family houses in the Mapesbury Conservation Area and Brondesbury Park if they have been priced out of more expensive and fashionable Queen’s Park and Kensal Green.