A superb two/three bedroom railway cottage on desirable Needham Terrace, within very close proximity to Cricklewood Broadway and Kilburn. Comprising a large, bright, and open interior space, which is intelligently distributed across the property, the home benefits from large rooms, good storage, and a sensible number of plumbed facilities. Having been very recently refurbished, the property is very tastefully presented to a high standard, too. The walls have been reconditioned and redecorated to breathe new life, and add modern outlook to this character property. Gas central heating is included, and helps promote energy efficiency, and helps reduce the size of those bills too! The private front and rear gardens are mature, laid to lawn, and includes a shed; great for storing bicycles, barbecues and sun loungers; after all, summer is only around the corner! Access to local residents' on-street parking space is included, and although the spaces are not allocated, and should be applied for through the local Borough Council. A gorgeous family home on a quiet cul-de-sac, near lovely allotments, and reputable local facilities.
The area is one of London's hidden gems. Cricklewood is a reputable residential community to the North of Kilburn and West Hampstead, and includes a thriving High Street, which benefits from a wealth of local retailers, boutiques, bars, coffee shops, and supermarkets. The local retail park includes a big B and Q and a gymnasium. Gladstone Park and Hampstead Heath are a short distance away, too; perfect for those of us who enjoy long days out amongst London's open parkland.
Cricklewood's real hidden secret is just how easy it is to commute to and from. Cricklewood Broadway includes a Thameslink line which takes financiers to Canary Wharf and beyond, and the property is only five minutes' walk away. Equally, the Edgware Road is parallel to Fordwych Road, and comprises a major route out of London towards the A406 ring road, the M25, and the M1.