North West London

Willesden in North West London has completely changed in character throughout its history. It was entirely rural until the Metropolitan line arrived in 1879, then it became a popular middle class suburb, and after First World War a working class district. From the Second World War until the present the area has been shaped by immigrants coming from Ireland, the Indian subcontinent as well as Jews ...

Harrow's school historical buildings, pupils and teachers in traditional uniforms: welcome back to Elizabethan era! Being home to the famous Harrow School, boys’ independent school which remains one of the four all-boys full-boarding schools in Britain, Harrow on the Hill is a great alternative to the hustle and bustle of Central London. You can find numerous parks and open green spaces. Quite ...

The quiet suburb of Stanmore sits between Edgware and Bushey in north-west London, 14 miles from the centre of town. Close to junction 4 on the M1, it is also the last stop on the Jubilee line with direct Tube trains to London Bridge and Canary Wharf offering the big advantage of a seat on the morning train. Stanmore has some fantastic historical manor houses as well as Georgian houses and cottag...

Selected by new coming French families since the opening of the Lycee International de Londres, it is a changing area. You will find a multi ethnic mix of population, typical from London cultural mix. In the neighbouring residential streets behind Lycee International, you have a middle class + population living in massive semi-detached or detached houses surrounded by landscaped garden and s...