Considering a Property in Kensal Rise or Queen's Park? Here's what you need to know
The Queen’s Park neighbourhood lies between Kilburn and Kensal Green, and was developed from 1875 and named to honour Queen Victoria. Bordering Maida Vale, Ladbroke Grove and Kensal Rise to the west and West Hampstead to the North, Queen’s Park and Kensal Rise surroundigng area has now cemented itself as one of London’s most fashionable districts. It’s also homed a wealth of A-list celebrities; Daniel Craig, Sienna Miller, Thandie Newton and Lily Allen among them.
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Property for Sale in Kensal Rise & Queen’s Park
Located within close proximity to Central London in Zone 2, Queen’s Park & Kensal Rise have excellent transport links making living in the area all the more desirable. With the delights of the park and reputable schools, it comes as no surprise that families flock to live here. The area is known for its unique period properties which form large family homes or charming flat conversions – most notably the Victorian and Edwardian properties located on roads surrounding the park.
Property to Rent in Kensal Rise & Queen’s Park
A large part of homes surrounding Queen’s Park range from one and two-bedroom garden flats to two and three-bedroom first and second floor conversions. The area offers a great deal to renters, as witnessed by those moving from Notting Hill and Maida Vale to make this unique enclave their home. And, with period properties and conversions offering charm and individuality, you can see the appeal. To find out more about the variety of desirable properties available in this area, contact one of our knowledgeable Douglas & Gordon agents.
What We Love About Kensal Rise & Queen’s Park
Queen’s Park is still well-known as a hub for those working in the media and creative industries, re-affirmed by the wealth of celebrities attracted by its culture and vibrant community feel. With many believing the area surrounding Salusbury Road is the new Primrose Hill or Hampstead, the range of restaurants, bars and boutiques make this not only an up and coming but also memorable place. The Farmers’ Market within Queen’s Park every Sunday morning is another addition, attracting those from all over London to peruse local and artisan produce.