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Kilburn Estate Agents Property Guide

Kilburn, which boasts the NW6 postcode and is divided between Brent, Camden and Westminster, has become a popular and influential part of London.

Formerly known for it’s thriving Irish and Afro-Caribbean community, modern Kilburn is enjoying something of a renaissance.

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Buildings in Kilburn
Kilburn Property

In the windows of our Kilburn estate agents, you’ll find images of predominantly Victorian properties, with terraced houses of all shapes and sizes lining the residential streets. Our Property agents are able to offer everything from one bedroom flats suitable for a single person to seven bedroom detached properties with extensive gardens.

Kilburn property is predominantly Victorian, with terraced houses of varying shapes and sizes. Roads around Queen’s Park, which have mostly survived unscathed by wartime bombs or post-war development, are well-kept, with red-brick, two-storey family homes. Tree-lined Chevening Road has red-brick Victorian semi-detached houses with views over Queen’s Park. Streets off Tennyson Road by Willesden Lane cemetery have Victorian terraces, some converted into flats.

Kilburn Buyers and Residents

Kilburn property is popular with a wide range of buyers and tenants, but various famous names past and present have also made Kilburn their home, including the likes of A.A. Milne, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Kate Moss, Lily Allen and Zadie Smith.

After turning round its image, Kilburn estate agents are finding this up-and-coming area becoming very popular with families looking for more space. Kilburn has plenty of two and three bedroom terraced and semi-detached properties available in quiet, residential streets.

For young professionals in creative and media jobs, looking for an easy journey to work, you have a much greater choice of reasonably priced properties in Kilburn than in neighbouring Hampstead.

Top 5 Reasons to Live in Kilburn
  1. It is well served by local amenities and transport links
  2. Kilburn is an up-and-coming area
  3. There are plenty of affordable properties for families
  4. The Tricycle Theatre is a prominent arts venue
  5. There is a great choice of establishments for sensibly priced eating and drinking
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Discover Kilburn

  • Kilburn Squares & Parks

    Kilburn boasts a number of green spaces such as the Queen’s Park and Kilburn Grange Park, where residents of the luxurious Kilburn properties can enjoy leisurely strolls, play a variety of sports or just unwind. 

    In Kilburn Grange Park, nestled amidst spacious Kilburn properties, you can enjoy a brisk walk along wide paths lined on either side by manicured lawns,

    visit the nature conservation area and admire beautifully pruned rose gardens surrounded by Silver Birch, Ash and other mature trees. A great place to spot common birds, this park has a multi-sports pitch, an adventure playground and a play area.

    The Queen’s Park, named after Queen Victoria, was opened in 1887. This beautifully landscaped park, surrounded by opulent Kilburn properties, contains an ornamental garden, a petting zoo and a cafe. Ideal for a game of tennis or a round of golf, the park is a local favorite.

  • Kilburn Going Out

    With plenty of restaurants, gastropubs and shops within walking distance of the luxurious Kilburn properties, residents are never short of wining, dining and shopping options.

    Enjoy some ale and British cuisine at the Earl Derby or the North London Tavern, both located on Kilburn High Road. For fine wine, visit The Salusbury on Salusbury Road.

    Try The Alice House on Salusbury Road for innovative cocktails, craft beers and fine food served in a glamorous setting. If you enjoy celeb spotting, head to The Paradise, a bohemian, vintage-style gastropub on Kilburn Lane. Step into Gails, the artisan bakery on Salusbury street to taste their award-winning bread, cakes, coffee and tea.

    For an enjoyable shopping experience, visit the shops selling popular high street brands on Kilburn High Road. If its luxury shopping you’re after, Bond Street, located 6 stops away has fantastic luxury shops selling international brands of well-known designers.

  • Kilburn Attractions

    Residents of the elegant Kilburn properties live close to some of north-west London’s most famous attractions, such as St. Augustine's Church, Kensal Green Cemetery and the Ben Uri Gallery.

    At St. Augustine’s Church, an 18th century Gothic Revival church, you can admire the wall paintings, ornate carvings, stained glass windows and high altar with its beautiful lamps and furnishings.

    Kensal Green Cemetery, one of London’s oldest memorial gardens, has memorials ranging from mausoleums with private gardens to distinctive smaller graves and wall niches housing ashes in marble and wooden caskets. Stop by the cemetery’s beautiful rose gardens and then descend to the catacombs beneath the Anglican and Dissenters’ Chapels.

    If art fascinates you, visit the Ben Uri Gallery, housing the London Jewish Museum of Art where the fabulous art collection of nearly 1,300 artworks by artists of European Jewish descent is on display.

  • Kilburn Local Events

    The Tricycle Theatre and Cinema, Queens Park Farmers Market and local clubs and institutes are popular hotspots for the residents of the luxurious Kilburn properties.

    If you feel like catching a good play or feature film, head to The Tricycle Theatre and Cinema, known for its innovative productions.

    Step into the Tricycle’s excellent bar and cafe for a drink, some cake or a meal before the performance starts.

    Spend a relaxing Sunday morning, wandering around the stalls and mingling with the locals at the Queen’s Park Farmers’ Market held on Sunday mornings, in the grounds of Salusbury Road Primary School.

    To practice yoga, enroll for one of the Yoga classes held at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale. If you are looking for local sports clubs, try the Kilburn Football and Cricket Club and the Kilburn Gaels Hurling Club, both of which are popular with the locals.

    For more information on property to buy or rent in Kilburn, please contact CWHR Kilburn estate agents.

  • Kilburn Transport

    Living in Kilburn you will have easy access to Central London, as well as the suburbs to the Northwest; the area is served by two underground and two overground lines.

    You can pick up the Jubilee Line from Kilburn Station and the Bakerloo Line from Kilburn Park Station, as well as the North London Line from Brondesbury Station and the Watford DC Line from Kilburn High Road Station.

    Kilburn area is well served by bus routes.

  • Kilburn Historical Facts

    The main route through Kilburn, Kilburn High Road, predates the Roman era, though the town itself originates from a twelfth century priory, which was situated by the Kilburn Brook.

    The Red Lion and Bell Inn now stand on what was thought to be the mansion and guest house belonging to the priory.

    In the 18th century the area became popular following the discovery of a well believed to supply medicinal waters.

    Significant building in Kilburn did not start till around 1820, with most development taking place towards the end of the nineteenth century.

Living in kilburn

09 / 03 / 2016

Landscaped parks, trendy dining venues like Paradise and several landmarks combine to ensure that Kilburn remains a preferred neighbourhood for buyers looking for deluxe properties in North West London. Adding to the district’s appeal is a vibrant... Read More

Kokon to Zai in Kilburn, London W10
11 / 02 / 2016

Located on Golborne Road, Kokon to Zai (East to West) is an upscale lifestyle store stocking designer men and women’s wear, interior design pieces, scented candles and a range of fascinating art toys. Read More

Kensal Green Cemetery
13 / 01 / 2016

Kilburn, with its leafy parks, gastropubs, vibrant local markets and historic attractions, is frequently requested by buyers interested in purchasing luxury property in north-west London. Read More

St. Augustine’s church in Kilburn, London NW6
30 / 12 / 2015

Leafy Kilburn with its upmarket villas, Sunday farmers’ market in Queen’s Park, theatres and Grade I buildings like St. Augustine’s church is high on the list of single professionals and families looking for luxury properties near London. Read More

South Kilburn Studios Kids Fun Day, South Kilburn Studios, 2A Canterbury Road, Kilburn, NW6 5SW | CWR
17 / 09 / 2015

On Saturday 5th September, the South Kilburn Studios will be holding a family fun day for local children living in the Kilburn area, to enable them to have fun and let their hair down on the last weekend before they return to... Read More

Casareccia on 267 Kilburn High Road in Kilburn, London, NW6 7JR
29 / 07 / 2015

To its loyal patrons, Casareccia is one of the finest Italian restaurant in London. It is true that visitors flock here from all over the capital to this small Kilburn restaurant in order to enjoy the delights of its crispy, topping-ladened wood... Read More

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