Estate Agent Willesden

Willesden Estate Agent

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

Voted president of Propertymark NAEA, I’m an expert in the Willesden property market, passionate about personal service and the highest levels of integrity.

Why I love being an estate agent in Willesden

Why I love being an estate agent in Willesden

I’m 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 being an estate agent for Willesden and the surrounding areas mainly because it’s melting pot of different communities and backgrounds, bringing a wealth of cultural richness to the area. You’ll find everything from parent and toddler groups, family friendly activities, independent cafes, and shops and restaurants, perfect for families and young professionals alike.

Liana has been amazing during a rather protracted sale. Liana was extremely proactive when needed, had a great relationship with our solicitor and they worked brilliantly as a team. We’re delighted to give a 5 Star rating as she been the best agent, by a very long way, we’ve dealt with over many years.

TIM STONE

About Willesden, NW10

About Willesden, NW10

Home to the community-led Lexi Cinema (London’s only social enterprise cinema with an entirely volunteer-led front of house) as well as the restorative Gladstone Park, Willesden NW10 is a quieter area of London with a lot of heart. If exploring culture is what you’re looking for, the newly built Willesden Library is home to an exhibition space and museum, and be sure to visit the magnificent Neasden Temple, a masterpiece of traditional Hindu design and a true religious landmark unlike any other in London.

Properties in Willesden had an overall average price of £772,000 over the last year. The majority of sales last year in Willesden were flats, selling for an average price of £486,000. Overall, sold prices in Willesden over the last year were 3% up on the previous year and 7% up on the 2017 peak.

Top 5 most desirable streets to live in Willesden

Alverstone Road

Mount Pleasant Road

Dundonald Road

Alexander Avenue

Rowdon Avenue

Average House Prices in Willesden

5-bedroom detached house: £1.3 million

4-bedroom semi-detached house: £960,000

3-4 bedroom terraced house: £753,000

2-bedroom flat:  £432,000

(Figures supplied by Rightmove & Zoopla | October 2021)

 

Have you visited Willesden’s Sport Centre?

What’s not to love about Willesden..

Where else is great around Willesden?

Gladstone Park – NW10

Welcoming visitors since 1901 and named after former Prime Minister Sir William Gladstone, this much-loved park benefits from beautiful open spaces and tree lined avenues. If you’re feeling energetic, the sports facilities are second to none with 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. Hop off at Dollis Hill tube station or bus numbers 16, 182 and 226.

Mapesbury Conservation Area – NW10

Mapesbury is one of the largest Conservation Areas in Brent, comprising 10 roads, characterised by largely unaltered townhouses from between 1895 to 1905, providing an outstanding example of Edwardian architecture. The Mapesbury Residents’ Association plays a pivotal role within the planning system and local community, helping to maintain North West London’s greatest hidden gem, The Dell – an enchanting garden hidden behind a row of residential houses. Most residences have preserved their architectural beauty and finer details, with distinct facades featuring coving and stained glass. The typically detached houses benefit from large front and back gardens and gated entrances, making this discreet enclave of classic homes a local treasure.

Where else is great around Willesden?

The Dobree Estate – NW10

Often referred to as the ‘Beverly Hills of NW10’ due to the highly covetable family sized-homes, The Dobree Estate is a salubrious North West London residential area boasting large, often detached, houses on prime plots of land with off-street parking. The quiet, tree-lined streets of The Dobree Estate of course benefit from all the amenities of Willesden Green and Queen’s Park too.

Gladstone Village – NW2

If you’re looking for a new home with the highest specifications, Gladstone Village is set to become the super-suburb of North West London. One to watch, this residential development of contemporary houses and apartments is perched on the edge of Gladstone Park and perfectly positioned for views across the greens as well as access to local transport links, amenities and the Brent Cross Regeneration project.

My top 3 things to do in Willesden

Family screen fun at the Lexi Cinema

The Lexi Cinema

194b Chamberlayne Road, NW10 3JU

Getting fit at Willesden Sports Centre

Willesden Sports Centre

Donnington Rd, NW10 3QX

Brunching at Beer + Burger

Beer + Burger

88 Walm Lane, NW2 4QY

 

My Pick of Primary & Secondary Schools in Willesden

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

 

St. Andrew & St. Francis CofE Primary School – Belton Rd, NW2 5PE

St. Mary Magdalen’s Catholic Junior School – Linacre Rd, NW2 5BB

Donnington Primary School – Uffington Road, NW10 3T

Gladstone Park Primary School – Sherrick Green Road, NW10 1LB

Leopold Primary School – Hawkshead Road, NW10 9UR

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School – Goodson Road, NW10 9LS