- Shared ownership
Coming soon to West Hendon. Kingsbury Place blends the vibrancy of city life with the natural waterside tranquility of the Welsh Harp Reservoir.
This new development of one and two bedroom stylish apartments creates an iconic new vista for Hendon Broadway. An enclosed communal garden provides the perfect place to relax outdoors, with many apartments offering private outdoor space.
Boasting excellent transport connections, Kingsbury Place is just a short walk from Hendon Rail Station with London St Pancras just a 19 minute journey, whilst Hendon Central Station on the Northern line is less than a mile away.
Available homes at Kingsbury Place coming soon
West Hendon living
Go wild in the city
The bustle of urban living is one of the great attractions of life in the Capital, but we all need to escape sometimes, and Kingsbury Place offers residents the ideal mix of urban convenience and parkland escape.
The Welsh Harp Reservoir and its facilities provide an oasis of open space in the city for all to explore and enjoy. You're also within easy striking distance of some of the borough’s most appealing public parks.
Just down the line
With such good rail and tube connections, it’s easy to get to other neighbourhoods for shopping and fun. Hampstead, three tube stations from Hendon Central, is one of London’s true villages. It's a café-culture neighbourhood with a wide range of boutiques, pubs and restaurants. Three more stops bring you to Camden Town, famous for its markets and music venues.
King’s Cross, reached by tube or Thameslink, is a buzzing mix of independent shops and restaurants. Granary Square is one focal point, Coal Drops Yard another, both offering numerous options for shopping, culture, dining and discovery.
Whilst steeped in the history of aviation and the Royal Air Force, the Hendon area is also looking to the future as ambitious regeneration plans take shape. Many of these are focused on Brent Cross, already one of London’s biggest shopping destinations, with large branches of John Lewis, Fenwick, Waitrose and most of the leading fashion, sports and tech brands.
The Brent Cross area is also about to expand into a whole town centre in its own right. More shops, business spaces, arts and culture venues, schools and parks are promised, along with a new station on the Thameslink line.