Estate Agent Dollis Hill

Helping People Move in and Around Dollis Hill

Hello – I’m Liana, your local independent estate agent, with over 22 years’ experience in the property industry, covering Dollis Hill and the surrounding areas.

Voted president elect of Propertymark NEAE, I’m an expert in the Dollis Hill property market, passionate about personal service and the highest levels of integrity.

Why I love being an estate agent in Dollis Hill

Why I love being an estate agent in Dollis Hill

Dollis Hill is a melting pot of different communities and backgrounds, most notably a sizeable Irish population, bringing a wealth of cultural richness to the area. As a North West London expert personally and professionally – my two children go to school here; we eat in the cafes, play in the parks and drink in the bars – I love the friendly and welcoming North West London neighbourhood of Dollis Hill. From parks to independent cafes, plenty of shops, and benefitting from great transport links, Dollis Hill is instantly appealing to both families and young professionals alike.

Liana has been such a proactive and professional help. She managed to sell my flat in Camden in the middle of the lock down so I could move on to a different lifestyle. Highly recommended.


About Dollis Hill, NW2

About Dollis Hill, NW2

Sharing a postal code with its big sister, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill is a multi-ethnic residential area primarily made up of Edwardian terraced and 1920/30s semi-detached houses.

Residing on top of a hill in leafy Zone 3, it benefits from close proximity to Gladstone Park, which has been welcoming visitors since 1901. This open space enjoys beautiful tree lined avenues, eight new state-of-the-art tennis courts and football pitches. You’ll also find a children’s playground, duck pond, walled flower garden, and two cafés.

Set to enhance the surrounding area is the Brent Cross Cricklewood Regeneration Programme; an ambitious growth project to reshape the underused industrial area into a modern residential cityscape, and one of North West London’s top destinations for living, leisure, retail and business.

Fun facts: The code breaking machine used at Bletchley Park to help win World War II was in fact built in Dollis Hill. As was the location of the standby bomb-proof bunker earmarked for Churchill and his staff.

Properties around Dollis Hill had an overall average price of £628,000 last year. The majority of sales around Dollis Hill during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £727,000. Overall, sold prices around

Top 5 most desirable streets to live in Dollis Hill

Dicey Avenue

Wren Avenue

Blackstone Road

Dawson Road

Park Avenue North

Average House Prices in Willesden

4/5-bedroom detached house: £700,000

4-bedroom semi-detached house: £660,000

3 bedroom terraced house: £600,000

2-bedroom flat:  £350,000

(Figures supplied by Rightmove & Zoopla | October 2021

My top 3 things to do in Dollis Hill

Devour a pub lunch

Ox & Gate

341 Oxgate Lane, NW2 7HS

Ace that tennis in Gladstone Park

Gladstone Tennis Park

Dollis Hill Lane, NW2

Grab a healthy snack on the go at Wright’s Fruit & Veg

This family run market stall in Oaklands Road NW2 is 90 years old and is now run by the founder’s granddaughter.


Primary & Secondary Schools in Dollis Hill

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela


Menorah Girls – 105 Brook Road, Dollis Hill, NW2 7BZ

Whitefield School – Claremont Road, London, NW2 1TR

Childs Hill School – Dersingham Road, NW2 1SL

Mapledown – Claremont Road, NW2 1TR

Avigdor Hirsch Torah Temimah Primary School – Parkside, NW2

Braintcroft E-Act Primary Academy – Warren Road, London NW2 7LL