Hendon Estate Agent

If you are thinking about buying, renting, or selling a property in Hendon, you need the services of a qualified estate agent. Here at Living Residential, our team of dedicated experts can assist you in locating the ideal property for your housing needs and budget. Each agent at Living Residential in Hendon has expert knowledge of the local property market. That is why we have built an impressive reputation as one of North London’s leading estate agents.

When looking to buy a new home or become a tenant, we know that it’s not just the building you are interested in. Families, first-time buyers, and young professionals who move to Hendon are looking for a home to suit their lifestyle. Our dedicated agents know the best properties for sale in the area. However, they also have in-depth knowledge of the best amenities, streets, and locations to buy or rent a home.

At Living Residential, we are dedicated to helping you sell your current home, invest in a buy-to-let, find a suitable rental property, or buy a new home. Our services also include assistance with house auctions and professional property management.


Living Residential West Hampstead

118 Fortune Green Road
West Hampstead, London
United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7435 6066

email us: enquiries@livingresidential.com

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Hendon Properties

Hendon has a varied range of properties that includes large detached and semi-detached homes, period properties, and spacious modern flats. Many of the larger houses in Hendon are excellent examples of 1930s Art Deco buildings with bay windows, individual architectural styles, and spacious living areas. The most sought-after streets are around Hendon Station in the Edgworth Estate or Shirehall Estate.

Thanks to new property development, many affordable one- and two-bedroom flats are available, which are perfect for first-time buyers, renters, or young professionals. Some of the best examples of modern, well-appointed flats are in streets off Aerodrome Road, Great North Way, and near Hendon Station.


Hendon Area Guide

Hendon is a lively and vibrant neighbourhood in North London, home to large semi-detached and detached properties, modern apartment blocks and extensive public parks. Hendon is a magnet for house buyers and renters due to its strong community spirit, multicultural population, and having one of London’s largest shopping centres.

The residential neighbourhood of Hendon in the Borough of Barnet was a manor and used to be in the ancient parish of Middlesex. Since 1965, this quiet leafy suburb has been part of Greater London.

Hendon is dominated by magnificent Art Deco homes built in the 1930s. Many of these roomy four to seven-bedroom residences are located on quiet leafy roads and retain period features. The period homes have spacious gardens and off-street parking for one or two cars. However, several new property developments have transformed some areas with contemporary, modern apartment blocks and terrific views over London.

One of the reasons Hendon is popular with buyers and renters is the excellent transport links. The two underground stations — Hendon Central and Brent Cross — are on the Northern and Jubilee lines. From there, it’s a 30-minute commute to Waterloo tube station. In addition, Hendon Station has Thameslink connections to St Pancras. Hendon is located in Zone 3.

The range of excellent primary and secondary schools is a reason for families to buy or rent a home in Hendon. Several primary schools are rated as “outstanding”. These are St Joseph RC, The Hyde School, and the Independent Jewish Day School. The best secondary schools in the area are Hasmonean High, Hendon School and the Henrietta Barnett School for girls.

What do locals do in Hendon? The area is home to Brent Cross shopping centre with parking for 8,000 cars. Also, there are plenty of green, open spaces in the neighbourhood to relax. For example, there is a parkland and boating lake to relax and enjoy nature. Fryent Country Park, Hampstead Heath, and Wembley Stadium are close by.


(Photo Credit: David Howard)

(Photo Credit: David Howard)

Moving to Hendon

Hendon has a robust property scene, with demand rising and property prices increasing. Families tend to buy or rent turn-of-the-century semi-detached or detached houses close to Hendon Park. However, there is a wide range of homes to buy, some at average London property prices, but many selling for seven-figure sums.

Hendon has a robust rental market thanks to the abundance of flats. Many flats are located in converted period properties in quiet tree-lined residential streets. However, the most popular flats are those in contemporary apartment blocks. There are also several blocks of 1960s flats in desirable locations.

If you’re thinking of buying, renting or investing in Hendon, contact us today to discuss your requirements. Our agents are eager to assist you in finding the perfect property in Hendon at the price you want and can afford.

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