Queen’s Park

A verdant village on Central London’s doorstep

Queen’s Park has become a hugely desirable location for family-friendly living in North-West London. Weekends can be spent amongst the independent pubs, eateries and delicatessens of Salusbury Road and it’s an ideal commuter spot with numerous train stations and bus stops close by. Queen’s Park underground is on the Bakerloo line and the overground trains connect to the Jubilee line at West Hampstead.

The 30-acre Victorian park sits at the centre of this community with its colourful bandstand, children’s areas and array of beautiful, mature trees. In the summer, Queen’s Park Day is held here, celebrating local life with street food stalls, competitions and music.

Properties range from late Victorian and Edwardian homes clustered around the park, to Twenties and Thirties houses with large gardens. A number of roads within the Queen’s Park Conservation area also contain rows of Victorian cottages, and there are new developments dotted throughout.



Queen’s Park Overground
Brondesbury Park Overground
Kensal Rise Overground

Green Space

Queen’s Park
Tiverton Green