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Queens Park

Queens Park is divided between two boroughs, Brent and City of Westminster, both of which providing many excellent educational establishments for all ages. There is easy access into London and surrounding areas by using the many bus routes running through Queens Park and the underground (Bakerloo Line) and Mainline services.

The main focus of Queens Park is the Park itself. Covering some 30 acres, this attracts people from across many other London districts. Kilburn is very close for a good choice of bars and entertainment, and Finchley Road provides the O2 shopping centre, shops and supermarkets.

Properties here are large and elegant and are of Victorian and Edwardian style. If you are looking for property to buy or rent in Queens Park please click here to contact the Paramount Team.

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