Queen’s Park, north west London

Our properties in Queen’s Park, north west London 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.

Currently available:

3-bed
Transport
Queen’s Park station: Five minutes’ walk
Kilburn Park: Seven minutes’ walk
32 minutes to Regent’s Park
Eligibility criteria
  • No under 18s
  • No pets allowed
  • Your annual income must be 30x monthly licence fee
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The properties

Many of the flats have great views across to central London and benefit from lots of natural light during the day. There’s plenty of storage space in these former social housing blocks for all your bits, and great access to a high street with cafes and restaurants. Some already have fridges in place.

Outdoor space

Around the property you’ll find large, open green spaces with places to sit, exercise or picnic. You’re also a short walk from Queen’s Park with its 30-acres of green space, traditional band stand and flower gardens. Visit the city farm Pets’ Corner, tennis courts or a miniature golf course. Hopping on the Bakerloo Line at Queen’s Park station, you’ll also get to enjoy the wide open spaces of Regent’s Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens with their boating lakes.

The local area

A few minutes walk away is Salusbury Road, lined with bakeries, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants. There is also an independent bookshop, and 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.

On the other side of Queen’s Park you’ll 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. Making your way down Kilburn High Road, you’ll find Kiln Theatre, offering diverse and experimental productions reflecting the cultural diversity of the area.

Volunteering opportunities

Making a difference to the local and wider community is what we’re all about, and Dot Dot Dot guardians volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. In Queen’s Park, you could volunteer as a “Community Champion” for Brent Health Matters, in order to raise awareness about improving physical and mental health and wellbeing in the community.

I really like Queen's Park. It’s super convenient - I could walk to central London if I wanted to, it’s 40 minutes and super close to West London. It’s right by a tube station and there’s loads of nice shops.
Guardian Haami talking.

Haami

Queen's Park guardian

Fees and costs

3-bed
£805 pcm
£523 pp/pcm
£403 pp/pcm
Council tax Utilities Refundable security payment
Not Included Not included Required

Licence fee review

Dot Dot Dot undertakes a licence fee review every twelve months. Broadly, any increases will be based on the rate of inflation at the time of review, but they will also take into account any specific changes in our costs or in the local market. We also look at changes to council tax rates and utilities. Current guardians will be given at least two month’s notice before their licence fees change and new guardians will not face changes for at least six months.

 

Please note that photos on this page represent the range of spaces we manage and do not necessarily depict the space you may move into. You will have an opportunity to see the spaces at a later stage at a group viewing.