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Park Royal & Willesdent Green

Park Royal & Willesdent Green

Living in Park Royal

Park Royal is an area in North West London, England, partly in the London Borough of Brent and partly in the London Borough of Ealing. It is the site of the largest business park in London, but despite intensive existing use, the area is, together with adjacent Old Oak Common, intended to become the UK’s largest regeneration scheme. This arises from the area’s relatively central location and also the strong and improving transport links which will include (Old Oak Common), HS2, and the Elizabeth Line.

Park Royal is a brand new development of 30 homes in Hampshire’s prime sailing and yachting location of Hamble. The park is adjacent to a marina, where you can watch the boats sail down the River Hamble while sipping a glass of wine on the Watersedge Restaurant’s terrace. The quaint, cobbled village of Hamble provides all necessary amenities, including a plethora of restaurants and village shops, as well as a train service to Southampton.

Park Royal has a lower rate of home ownership (via a mortgage or outright ownership) than the national average, indicating that it is an economically deprived area.

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First Central 200, 2 Lakeside Drive, London NW10 7FQ

About Willesden Green

About Willesden Green

Willesden Green combines the excitement of a Greater London location with easy access to all of the amenities and locations that you would expect from such a location, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of a quieter, increasingly family-oriented neighbourhood. Dollis Hill, Cricklewood, Kilburn, and Queen’s Park surround Willesden Green, which is a thriving suburb. It is also popular with well-heeled couples, families, and young professionals due to its high-quality housing and convenient transportation. Willesden Green, like all London suburbs, is multicultural and diverse. It has two subway stations that connect to the busy Bakerloo and Jubilee lines, as well as overground trains. All amenities are a short walk away, and a ten-minute tube ride takes you to London’s Baker Street.

Gladstone Park is Willesden Green’s largest park and is popular with both tourists and locals. There are outdoor yoga classes, an outdoor gym, tennis courts, and touch rugby tournaments for those who enjoy sports. Willesden Green has a great selection of independent shops, pubs, and eateries, as well as a number of bookies and charity shops. The central High Street has seen significant regeneration in recent years, with a new multi-million-pound library and a large Sainsbury’s store.

Many of Willesden’s streets are lined with period homes ranging from neat Victorian terraces to sprawling Edwardian villas. As the neighbourhood has modernised, period conversions have become the norm, along with a number of purpose-built blocks containing contemporary flats and apartments built in the last 30-40 years. Those who venture closer to Willesden’s borders, near Queen’s Park, will find the pricing more expensive, but the quality of housing improving even more. At the moment, new developments are rare, but a planned revitalization of Old Oak Common and Willesden Junction station could soon change all of that. By converting it into a Crossrail/HS2 interchange station, up to tens of thousands of new homes could be built in the region. The new station’s engineering plans were revealed in April 2018, and the station is scheduled to reopen in 2026.

During the construction phase, developers will use this as an incentive to find available land and plan new housing developments in the area. Over the next 12-24 months, we expect to see a number of new housing projects announced, many of which will include affordable options for first-time buyers. There will also be a plethora of rental options available, assisting in the transformation of Willesden Green into one of the best places to live in London.

Live market data

Property Prices

Average Property Price
£790,257
£710 per Square Foot
Price change
+22.6%
In the last 12 months
Price change
+44.0%
In the last 5 years
255 Properties Sold
In the last 12 months

Property prices by type

Detached

Average price
£2,100,000
Price changeLast 12 months
+44.5%
% of Market
1.2%

Semi Detached

Average price
£1,120,262
Price changeLast 12 months
+1.5%
% of Market
18.0%

Terraced

Average price
£1,028,764
Price changeLast 12 months
+6.5%
% of Market
40.4%

Flats

Average price
£424,940
Price changeLast 12 months
-7.6%
% of Market
40.4%

Rental market average price

Rental values
have changed by
+22.6%
In the last 12 months
How much do houses let for?
£2,356
Per calendar month
How much do flats let for?
£1,935
Per calendar month
What is the average
annual rental yield?
5.57%