Attractive residential corner with lovely leafy spaces.

What makes it special?

Bordered by Willesden to the north-west and Kilburn to the east, Queen’s Park to the south and Kensal Green and Harlesden to the west, Brondesbury Park is quiet, attractive and full of charm. Built as part of the area’s wider Victorian estates, it still has a separate character that sets it apart.

Is it easy to get around?

Brondesbury station and Brondesbury Park are both on the London Overground and will take you to Richmond, Highbury & Islington and Stratford. Kilburn tube station on the Jubilee line is a few moments from Brondesbury station on Kilburn High Road and parts of Brondesbury Park are a walk from the Bakerloo Line at Queens Park.

What about culture and heritage?

Brondesbury is built around the original Brondesbury estate, landscaped by the renowned 18th Century designer Humphrey Repton.

What are the schools like?

Senior pupils can try Queen’s Park Community School, or Marylebone Boy’s School, both rated Good by Ofsted. Primary Schools include Christ Church CofE School, Islamia School. Malorees Infant School, and North West London Jewish Day School — all rated Good.


Why is it special for Dutch & Dutch?

We just love Brondesbury Park: positioned between Queen's Park and Willesden Green, Brondesbury Park is a residential area offering wide, tree-lined streets with large houses. You can find substantial semi-detached and detached houses with large gardens here — and still be within 20 mins walk of Queen's Park .

If you’re in the area…

Take a short walk to Queen's Park to check out the well-preserved Victorian setting.