North West London

Move to Ealing for its transportsLocated at the far West end of Circle and District Lines, after Acton, Ealing is a family oriented area, dynamic and peaceful at the same time. It is a larger than average borough and proposes different types of atmospheres. A move to Ealing Broadway is worth due to the fact that the area is very well connected to Central London. You need less than 30 minutes ...

Considering a move to St Johns Wood? Located in Zone 2, close to Primrose Hill and Regent's Park, St John's Wood is considered one of London's upmarket areas with its wealthy and cosmopolitan population, yet still retaining a certain village spirit. It is home to the world's most popular pedestrian crossing, the Abbey Road crossing made famous by the Beatles, as well as the Lord's Cricket Ground f...

A street in Primrose Hill, London, England, United Kingdom, EuropeCondiering a move to Primrose Hill ? Located between the north of Regent's Park and Camden, Primrose Hill is a typical small English 'village' in the heart of the city's hustle and bustle. This area offers Victorian architecture, as well as many shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs along Regent's Park road, the heart of the villag...

Considering a move to West Hampstead? A few good reasons to do it. Located in North West London, West Hampstead presents a great lifestyle with a strong community vibe. The High street, West End Lane, offers a good selection of cafes, bakery, restaurants and shops. This small area also offers bookshops, fitness centers, independent shops and a weekly farmer market.The neighborhood is perfe...

Considering a move to Camden? Discover the hidden and residential part of this world famous area. Camden is known to be a particularly colorful and mixed part of North London. Tucked between the uptown areas of Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park, Camden Town offers a very distinctive 70’s underground and punk atmosphere and is famous for its bustling markets, its bars, pubs and music venues....

Considering a move to Willesden Green/Dollis Hill area? Read some tips about  the neighborhood. 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 ...

Considering a move to Harrow on the Hill? Be prepared to jump back to Elizabethan era with Harrow's school historical buildings, pupils and teachers in traditional uniforms.  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 also great alternative to the hustle and bustle of Central Lond...

Move to Stanmore ? Learn more about all the benefits of this quiet suburb located 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 guaranted seat on the morning train.A nature-oriented area, Stanmo...

Selected by new coming French families who decided to move to Wembley Park to be at walking distance from the Lycee International de Londres Winston Churchill, opened in September 2015, the area keeps changing and gentrifying. You will find a multi ethnic mix of population, typical from London cultural diversity.In the neighbouring residential streets behind the Lycee International de Londres, up ...