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Queen’s Park offers a great range of properties to rent from traditional Victorian terraced houses and classic period conversions around the leafy centre of Queen’s Park, to the large detached family houses to rent in Brondesbury to the North and the peaceful boulevards of Maida Vale to the West.
A number of new developments, such as Queen’s Park Place, also offers new contemporary apartments to rent for the increasing demand for corporate apartments in the area.
Queen’s Park was famously opened to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1886 and now provides a serene open green space to the local community, with additional facilities like tennis courts, pitch and putt and a children’s playground.
The combination of good schools, excellent recreation spaces, trendy bars, cafes and restaurants on Salusbury Road and excellent transport links have contributed to Queen's Park popularity with families and professionals.
Other weekly events like the Farmers market at Salusbury Primary School, provides fantastic produce for local residents and visitors alike, further contributing to the increasing popularity of the area
Priding ourselves on our professionalism, expertise and a passion for high levels of customer service. Knight Frank and the team at Queen’s Park are best positioned to help and assist you with all your property requirements.
Please feel free to contact us to discuss your individual needs or find out how much your Queen's Park property is worth and request a free rental valuation.
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