Let’s discover Willesden Green: a very well connected and still affordable neighborhood.
The Willesden Green district, located in the Borough of Brent in North London, is attracting more and more French families.
Indeed, ideally located on the Jubilee Line, it allows you to reach Wembley in 6 minutes where the Winston Churchill International High School, the second French high school in London, was established in September 2015.
The Canary Wharf business district is still accessible in 28 minutes thanks to the fastest London underground line: the Jubilee line! You are also about ten minutes from Baker Street, Bond Street or Westminster stations for shopping and Sunday walks.
Thinking of living in Willesden Green/Dollis Hill? Discover the different facets of a neighborhood in full mutation, more and more attractive for families in search of space and greenery at a reasonable price. Willesden Green has changed its face several times throughout history. Essentially a rural district at the end of the 19th century, it was first transformed into a middle-class suburb and then into a working-class working-class district. Since the 2nd World War, the neighborhood has welcomed immigrants from Ireland, India, Russia and Eastern countries, creating a lively and close-knit community. Living in Willesden Green/Dollis Hill today means choosing a popular residential area that is being gentrified. We find the typical alignments of houses from the 30s which allow middle class families to access a private outdoor space for a still reasonable price.
This postcode contains the neighbourhoods of Harlesden, Kensal Green, Park Royal and Willesden.
A neighborhood wedged between the hustle and bustle of the nearby city center and the more peaceful life of the suburbanites, we are here in the sanctuary of active young people seeking the tranquility of old rehabilitated residential housing or Victorian terraces. It is no coincidence that Ikea has opened one of its stores not far away, on Drury way.
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