Kilburn Estate Agent

Kilburn has become one of the most desirable areas to live in North London. Whether buying, selling or renting property in Kilburn, it helps to have an agent with expert local property knowledge. We know the Kilburn area inside out and have built a formidable reputation in the area over recent years. If you’re considering a move to Kilburn, look no further to Living Residential.

Our office is in close proximity to Kilburn, and as such, we can offer you expert insight. This not only includes knowledge about the most desirable streets, but also information about schools, amenities, entertainment and much more. We’re also Kilburn’s only Guild agency, which is a testament to our trustworthiness and commitment to the job.

We’re here to help you, whether you’re looking for your next home, want to sell, or are keen to become a landlord here. Our services also include property management and assisting with house auctions.


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West Hampstead, London
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Kilburn Properties

Kilburn has a wealth of attractive period properties; particularly Victorian red-brick terraces. Many of these retain their original features, which makes them especially desirable to buyers and tenants. There are also some stately Edwardian mansions, which have been sub-divided into more affordably priced apartments. You’ll find a limited number of purpose-built apartment buildings in the area too, though these don’t tend to come to market so often.

Unsurprisingly, Kilburn is popular with families, especially as it’s considered better value for money than other parts of north-west London. First-time buyers aren’t priced out of the market here, as there are plenty of good-sized apartments on offer, at a reasonable price. The South Kilburn Regeneration Programme will introduce more properties to the area, which is appealing for those who prefer new-build homes.

The price of a property in Kilburn is affected not only by its size and specification, but also its location. Homes close to the best schools, or the local train stations, are invariably more expensive.


Kilburn Area Guide

Kilburn is a lively residential district in northwest London popular with renters and buyers because of its reasonably priced housing. Kilburn in the London Boroughs of Brent and Campden is next to the affluent West Hampstead, Queen’s Park and Brondesbury. The neighbourhood has a range of fine period properties, excellent amenities and a short commute to central London.

Kilburn is an incredibly affordable area to live close to the centre of London. Most properties in the neighbourhood are fine Victorian terraces between two and four storeys high. The terraced houses offer spacious living in quiet streets. Many of the larger properties are now converted high-grade flats, suitable for professional, young families or first-time buyers. The abundance of rented accommodation means that rent rates are reasonable, considering its proximity to central London.

Residents of Kilburn enjoy fast transport links to the Capital’s centre. Kilburn Station on the Jubilee Line and Kilburn Park Station on the Bakerloo line are the two underground stations. There are also overground stations — Brondesbury Station and Kilburn High Road Station. In addition, there are several public bus services with direct links to the West End. The average commute time to the City of London is between 20 and 30 minutes.

Due to its affordability and excellent schools, Kilburn is a popular neighbourhood for families. All the primary schools in the area are judged by Ofsted to be “good” or “excellent”. The best schools for primary education are St Eugene de Mazenod RC and Kingsgate. There are also several co-ed comprehensives for secondary education, and these are St Augustine’s CofE, St George’s RC, Queen’s Park and Hampstead.

Kilburn is a magnet for shoppers, with most of the best shops located on Kilburn High Road. Here you will find independent shops, high street clothing shops, and well-known supermarket names like Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Iceland, and M&S. There are also several pockets of open spaces, and the two most popular public parks are Kilburn Grange Park and Queen’s Park Lodge.


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Moving to Kilburn

The property market in Kilburn is healthy, with house prices on the rise. Buying a house in Kilburn tends to be more affordable than in the neighbouring areas. Many two and three-bedroom homes sell for around the average for London. But, of course, buying or renting a house close to the transport hubs is considerably more expensive.

Kilburn’s proximity to central London makes it popular with young professionals and couples wanting to rent. Most of the rented accommodation is one and two-bedroom flats in Victorian property conversions. There are few houses for rent in the area.

If you need to sell your home in Kilburn, or if you’re interested in buying an investment property, Living Residential are the experts to call. Our team is here to help you find the Kilburn property you’re looking for, whether that be a flat or a house. We’ll make sure we find the place within your budget.

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