Welcome to The Curzon. A brand-new boutique collection of nine 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in Willesden.
The modern simplistic exterior of The Curzon echoes the diversity of buildings in the local area. Each apartment benefits from a crafted, design-led contemporary interior. The development offers plenty of secure cycle parking and has lift access to all apartments.
Suburban dreams still linger in this North London pocket. Just five miles from Charing Cross, Willesden retains a local neighbourhood feel with a strong sense of community. Lofty Victorian and Edwardian terraces branch out from thoroughfares of shops and restaurants, with plenty of green open spaces to satisfy families, kids, dog walkers and those in search of solitude.
There are many eclectic options to be found locally including Brazilian, Turkish, Middle Eastern and European cuisines.
During the day we recommend stopping for delicious cake at the Stables Cafe in Gladstone Park, while the evening can bring a trademark biryani at Kadiris on the High Road, exceptional Italian from Mezzoroma in Walm Lane, or fantastic pizza and cool vibes at Rubio in Harlesden. If nothing here takes your fancy, there are plenty of options in close-by Brondesbury, Kilburn or Swiss Cottage.
Willesden is extremely well-placed with access to London’s West End just 15 minutes on the tube. Neasden and Dollis Hill are both easily accessible for the Jubilee line and the Overground can be found at Harlesden.
With having local tube, mainline and bus stations close at hand it seems you can get anywhere in London with ease from The Curzon. And you probably can. For car drivers, the North Circular A406 is close by, and it’s just a short drive to A1/M1 and Brent Cross Shopping Centre.
from Neasden Station
from Willesden Junction
from Harlesden Station
from Old Oak Common Station
This accessibility will be significantly boosted by the introduction of HS2, with the local Old Oak Common station which is set to become a new super hub and the best- connected rail station in the UK.
It will see high speed rail services to the Midlands, Scotland and the North and access to central London and Heathrow via Crossrail. Not only will it make the UK more accessible, it will also provide a £15 billion economic boost to the area which will no doubt have a positive long-term effect on local house values.
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