Area Guide by Estate Agents in Queens Park
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Queens Park NW6 - is a wonderfully unique area with a quiet village feel with independent bars, cafes and restaurants located on its main road; Salusbury Road. Salusbury Road borders Willesden Lane Cemetery opposite Tennyson Road - where Queen's Park really begins. Centrally located with no more than 10 minutes to Oxford Street, Queens Park is surrounded by Kensal Rise to the West, Kilburn to the East, Brondesbury Park to its North, and Maida Vale and Notting Hill to its South.
Queens Park NW6 is a relatively small area and was traditionally considered part of Kilburn. However, Queens Park has very a different feel to Kilburn and more in common with Kensal Rise and West Hampstead. Salusbury Road is getting increasingly trendy and sophisticated with cafes, restaurants, wine bars, and brassieres.
The park itself is extremely well kept and clean and has everything a good park should have; a small golf course, tennis courts, a flower garden, kids play area, band stand, a small kids animal farm and a cafe with inside and outside seating areas. On any given sunny day or even an overcast weekend you will find lots of young families and couples. The closer you get to the park the higher price the property commands.
Queens Park Transport
Queens Park is spoilt for its transport. It’s linked up very well with buses like the number 6 running day and night into Marble Arch. Queens Park tube station is still in Zone 2 serviced by the Bakerloo line and overland running from Watford Junction to Euston. Just up the road, 11 min walk from Queens Park tube station you will find Brondesbury Park station.
Queens Park Property
Queens Park offers beautiful late Victorian terraced houses on tree-lined streets, pretty two bed terraced cottages and Edwardian Mansion blocks containing spacious flats. Queens Park is becoming increasingly popular, so all things being equal, prices in the area should continue on a steady rise.
Properties advertised for Sale in Queens Park NW6 by Estate Agents in May 2013:
Avg price paid over the last year: £621.788
There has been an increase in the last year by 5.79% by an average value of £34,030
The current average asking price in Queens Park advertised by estate agents listing in Zoopla stands at £1,341,692
There are currently 232 property being advertised for sales in Queens Park
Properties advertised for Rent in Queens Park NW6 by Estate Agents is in May 2013:
Avg Rent (asking price): £1936.00 pcm
There are currently 366 properties advertised to let in Zoopla by estate agents in Queens Park
(All data taken from Zoopla May 2013)
The Residents of Queens Park
Popular with families, young professionals priced out of West Hampstead, Notting Hill and Maida Vale.
Queens Park Leisure Facilities
Fitness First is located on Salusbury Road. If yoga is more your thing then visit Bikram Yoga
The Farmers Market - Every Sunday in Salusbury Primary School
The Salusbury Pub & Deli - For its food and drinks
Jacks Cafe – Good for lunch
Pomodori e Baci – Real Italian Pizzas for as little as £5; need we say more
Gails- For its bread and Sandwiches
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