Neasden and Willesden are a suburban area in northwest London, which becomes a part of London Borough of Brent. Neasden can be argued to be the best place in North West London to buy a property. Home to the picturesque Gladstone Park, you can enjoy views London has to offer whilst being amongst nature. If it’s a spot of retail therapy you’re craving, just a few miles away you have the prestigious London Designer Outlet. The Pantiles which stood on the North Circular Road was converted to another McDonald's restaurant. The Swedish furniture retailer, IKEA opened its second UK outlet in Neasden in 1988. On the other side, Willesden is close proximity to affluent neighbourhoods, Brondesbury Park, Queen’s Park and Kensal Rise, the area surrounding has seen increased gentrification in the past several years with rapidly rising property prices.
Properties in this area tend to have large gardens, meaning there is plenty of opportunity for expansion. Housing varies in style from Edwardian to modern, so there is something here for everyone! The quality of rental homes is much higher and with the Jubilee line offering quick service to West End, the City, Canary Wharf, the area is now popular with young professional singles and couples.
Neasden, Willesden Green and Dollis Hill are on the Jubilee line; Brondesbury Park and Brondesbury are on the Overground with trains to Willesden Junction, Highbury & Islington and Dalston Junction. A large bus garage is built with at least 11 buses on service including night buses.
Council tax bands have also changed; it has increased by 3.8% from 2017: