In Congestion Zone:No – 2.1 miles outside
Parking and Traffic:Permits & Meters.  Kilburn High Rd gets congested.
Ethnicity Bias:Asian, Jewish, Afro Caribbean & Irish
Investor ProfilePension, Business, Cash&Equity, University
Per 1000 population2721611
Yield Range:5.4% - 8.0%
Price Ranges  Low £Hi       £Low £pwHi £pwLowHi
Studio flat110,000155,0001452206.9%7.4%
1 bed flat110,000210,0001702506.2%8.0%
2 bed flat170,000260,0002103006.0%6.4%
2 bed house220,000300,0002603255.6%6.1%
3 bed house300,000500,0003255155.4%5.6%
Valuations above the London average by:19.0% (£287,708)
ActualLondon Average
 Capital growth last 12 months:4.9%19%
 Capital growth last 48 months:58.6%89%


Kilburn Jubilee Line (Zone 2) – 18 mins to Charing Cross

Kilburn Park Bakerloo (Zone 2) – 10 mins to Paddington

 Demand For Letting:Okay
 Average void period:14 days

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Capital Growth

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Out of 10:642
 Summary:Not the prettiest of areas but offers lots of potential growth.
Sought After Streets:Kilburn High Road, Willesden Lane and Mutrix Road.


If you head up the Kilburn High Road for 3 miles (leading on to Edgeware Road) you are straight in to Marble Arch.  You would never think it as Kilburn High Road and the roads off it are ugly – that’s the only word for it.  If you look to the right while driving to the centre, you will be looking at West Hampstead as the road is the boundary between Kilburn and West Hampstead.  This area is a hotspot as once the high road eventually ‘cleans up’ the property prices in this area will be a decent proportion of its neighbours.

The area has great transport links with 2 tube stations and 4 railway stations.  This makes this area textbook investing simply because of its location and its not so desirable appearance.  Its only a matter of time for this area – how long? its difficult to tell.  One thing I can tell you is that there are a lot of investors purchasing flats in and around Kilburn, especially in the high road area.

You can rely on tenant demand to be strong simply because of its location but there is also a community forming and the high road showing some signs of improvement.  People are now choosing to live here rather than seeing it as second best.  Give it 10 years and you wont regret investing in this area.

 Estate Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
Harris & Co106 West End Lane, London, NW6 2LS020 7624
Temple Trees Estate Agents201 Belsize Park, London, NW6 4AA020 7813
In London Properties69 Fairfax Road, London, NW6 4EE020 7625
Greene & Co146 West End Lane, London, NW6 1SD020 7328
Queens Park Real Estates85, Salusbury Rd
020 7372
Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward199a, West End Lane West Hampstead
020 7328
 Letting Agents:NameAddressTelWeb
Queens Park Real Estates85 Salusbury Road, London, NW6 6NH020 7372
Living Residential51 Fortune Green Road, London, NW6 1DR020 7435
AlexandersAlexander House, 337 West End Lane, London, NW6 1RS020 7431
Storm Estates Ltd31 Mill Lane, London, NW6 1NX020 7794 8585
The London Letting Co190 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 4JD020 7624 7976
Lonafield Property Services Ltd53 Hemstal Road, London, NW6 2AD020 7624 6646
Debben Homes UK Ltd258 Belsize Road, London, NW6 4BT020 7316 1860