Queen’s Park, north-west London Currently Full

We have a range of studio and 1-bed flats in Queen’s Park, north west London. The properties offer excellent value living for the area and are a short five minute walk to Queen’s Park Tube station, taking you into central London in just 15 minutes.

Monthly cost: £500-£925pcm, depending on the size of the property

Location: Queen’s Park, NW6

What’s becoming available? A variety of self-contained flats

Monthly cost: From £620pcm for sole occupancy or £403pcm per person for couples sharing, including council tax and excluding utilities

Transport links: Queen’s Park train station, under five minutes’ walk with Bakerloo and Overground trains direct to central London

Top features

  • Fast access to surrounding areas of Kilburn, Brondesbury Park, Maida Vale and Kensal Green
  • Several of the properties have access to private balconies 
  • Plenty of storage space
  • Within easy reach of the high street on Salusbury Road 
  • Newsagents, supermarkets and amenities within five minutes’ walk
  • Bakerloo and Overground Lines under five minutes’ walk

The properties

Spaces available: There are a range of studio and 1-bed flats available. The studios offer a good sized bedroom-lounge space and separate kitchen and bathroom. The 1-bed flats have double bedrooms with a separate living room, kitchen and bathroom.

Features and facilities: The properties are spread across 11 floors, and are easily accessed on all levels via the communal lift. Many of the flats have great vistas across to central London and all benefit from lots of natural light during the day. Several have access to private balconies –  great for enjoying breakfast and a coffee al fresco.

The properties have the advantage of lots of storage with plenty of cupboard and wardrobe space, as well as an intercom service. Some of the properties come complete with fridges.

Outdoor space: Around the property you’ll find large, open green spaces with places to sit, exercise or picnic.

Nearby parks and open spaces

You’re a short walk from Queen’s Park with its 30-acres of green space, traditional band stand and cultivated flower gardens. This open space provides a lovely setting for a walk or run, and access to (when they reopen!) recreational activities such as city farm Pets’ Corner, tennis courts and a miniature golf course.

Hopping on the Bakerloo Line at Queen’s Park station, you’ll quickly get to enjoy the wide open spaces of Regent’s Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens with their boating lakes, cafes and plenty of space to enjoy a slice of tranquility in the heart of the city.

Shopping and the high street

Within five minutes’ walk is Salusbury Road, lined with bakeries, coffee shops, gastropubs and restaurants. There is also an independent bookshop, wine store with a cheese counter and an Italian deli complete with its own pizzeria.

The street is also home to the weekly Queen’s Park Farmers’ Market, where you can spend a lazy Sunday stocking up on fresh and delicious produce from local farmers and artisans. You’re also within easy reach of supermarkets, such as an M&S Foodhall, Londis and independent sellers.

On the other side of Queen’s Park you can find Chamberlayne Road with its host of independent shops and cafes including Italian restaurant, Rullo’s, and homeware store CHINE.   Here is where you can also find The Lexi, an independent cinema showing theatre and operatic productions run by volunteers, and which also hosts the Nomad, an outdoor cinema run during the warmer months in Queen’s Park itself.

Making your way down Kilburn High Road, you’ll find charity shop Traid; hair and beauty store Pak’s; department store TK Maxx; Aldi; Sainbury’s; Argos; Costa; ice cream store Creams and several halal food stores. This is also the home of Kiln Theatre, offering diverse and experimental productions reflecting the cultural diversity of the area.

Top tip: 10 minutes’ walk away, you can find local favourite, Ida, a little Italian restaurant open since the 1950s, on the corner of Kilburn Lane and Fifth Avenue. Soon to be offering outdoor dining, you can while away an evening at this little jewel.

Travel and transport

  • Queen’s Park station: five minutes’ walk
  • Kilburn Park: seven minutes’ walk
  • Brondesbury Park station: 15 minutes’ walk 
  • Oxford Circus: 15 minutes’ underground ride via Queen’s Park station

Living in this neighbourhood means fast links across the capital. The Bakerloo line and the Overground at Queen’s Park station are a swift five minute stroll from the properties and you can be in central London in just 15 minutes. The Bakerloo train also provides convenient links with all other major Underground lines in a matter of minutes. A 15 minute walk up Salusbury Road brings you to Brondesbury Park station, where you can catch the Overground directly to Hampstead, Camden, Dalston and Stratford.

How to apply

If you want to be the first to find out more about our great new properties in Queen’s Park and attend virtual viewings, take our online guardian quiz today to start the application process. When asked if you are applying for a specific property, remember to put ‘Queen’s Park’ so we know to contact you.

Popular Volunteering at this Location

Dot Dot Dot supports all of its guardians to volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. Take a look at some of the volunteering opportunities in this area.
  • Brent Health Matters: Brent Council has a major programme called Brent Health Matters, which is focused on reducing health inequalities in the borough. The council is recruiting volunteer "Community Champions" to raise awareness about improving physical and mental health and wellbeing in their communities. Opportunities range from distributing information and befriending local residents to putting digital skills to good use to engage new audiences. If you would like to find out more, you can email brenthealthmatters@brent.gov.uk or visit their website.
  • South Kilburn Trust : The aim of the South Kilburn Trust is to help local people by running a successful community, co-working and event space that gives back to the community through affordable space and access to free or low cost activities, events and support. There are volunteering opportunities available in community gardening, running or helping with sports activities or befriending isolated members of the community. To find out more about other opportunities available or to register your interest in volunteering with the South Kilburn Trust, please get in touch at hello@dotdotdotproperty.com.

Fees & Costs

Monthly licence fees:

  • Studio: £500-620pcm for sole occupancy or £325-403pcm per person for couples sharing 
  • 1-bed: £565-760pcm for sole occupancy or £368-494pcm per person for couples sharing
  • 2-bed: £800-925 for sole occupancy or £400-601pcm per person for those sharing
  • Refundable security payment (equivalent of 5 weeks’ fees): from £577-£1,067
  • Fees include council tax and exclude all other utilities
  • No hidden costs, service charges or admin fees

Dot Dot Dot will undertake a review of our licence fees every twelve months. This includes council tax and utilities, where they are included in the monthly licence fee. In such instances, any increases in council tax and utilities will be passed onto our guardians.

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