Branch address

Regal Asset Managers Limited
T/A Regal Estates
383 High Road, Willesden
London NW10 2JR

T: 020 8459 2530

Opening hours

Monday – Friday: 9.00AM – 6.00PM
Saturday: 9.30AM – 3.00PM
Sunday: Closed.

If you call the office outside of these hours please feel free to leave a message and one of our team will get back to you during opening hours.

Out of hours

Emergency contact numbers:

T: 020 8459 9444
T: 020 8459 9447
T: 020 8459 9443

Useful information

Transport: The nearest tube station to our office is Dollis Hill located on the Jubilee line. We are located a very short walk from Willesden Bus Garage and bus routes 52, 98, 260, 266, 302 & 460

Parking: Pay & Display parking on surrounding roads or free parking for a short period available at B&M Willesden.

Cricklewood Area Guide

General Location

An ideal location

Cricklewood is an area in northwest London that has undergone major regeneration in recent years. The commercial centre is Cricklewood Broadway which has many bustling shops, restaurants, cafes and other businesses. However, fine examples of renovated late-Victorian and converted Edwardian properties are found in the quiet surrounding streets. A famous landmark is the Clayton Crown which has been transformed into a luxury hotel.

Cricklewood is in the London boroughs of Brent and Barnet and is the NW2 postcode. The short commute to the centre of London and the availability of spacious properties and flats attracts many families and first-time buyers. Residents of Cricklewood can easily travel to the City via Thameslink trains and Kings Cross St Pancras is close by giving direct links to Europe with the Eurostar.

There are also large green open spaces in and around Cricklewood, like Gladstone Park where many local residents like to relax on the weekends. Investment into the local area has seen many improvements to infrastructure, leisure facilities, and shopping. For example, the Brent Cross Shopping Centre has over 120 shops all under one roof.

Area Branch

Willsden Green

Regal Estates, 383 High Road, London, NW10 2JR

Transport Links In Cricklewood

Cricklewood has great transport links to the centre of London and beyond. Cricklewood station (Zone 3) is on the Thameslink line with direct connections to London Kings Cross and City Thameslink. From Kings Cross, there are plenty of Tube services connecting to all areas of London.

From Kings Cross St Pancras, there are also Eurostar services with rail links to Paris, Brussels, and beyond.

Cricklewood Broadway is part of Edgware Road and has quick road links to Marble Arch and Hyde Park. There is also easy access to the North Circular Road and the M1 motorway to the North.

Schools in Cricklewood

Cricklewood has a great range of schools offering pupils high-quality primary and secondary education. There are 9 primary schools in Cricklewood, all of which have been rated as at least “good” by Ofsted. Three of the primary schools have an “outstanding” rating.

Both secondary schools in Cricklewood – Whitefield School and Hampstead School both have a “good” rating from Ofsted.

Eating and drinking

There are plenty of options when deciding where to go for a night out in Cricklewood. The most notable restaurant is at The Clayton Crown which serves Asian cuisine and also features a traditional pub. There are also many restaurants serving Indian cuisine, African food, Italian food, middle-Eastern cuisine, as well as street burgers, and pizzas.

The Elementree Bar and The Beaten Docket are popular gastropubs with the locals where you can enjoy a drink and meal for a reasonable price.

Leisure and Shopping

One of the reasons that many choose to live in Cricklewood is that there is an almost endless choice of shopping and things to do in Cricklewood. Most people head for Cricklewood Broadway for its independent grocers, small supermarkets, cheap cafes, and hairdressing salons. To the north end of Cricklewood Broadway are shops specializing in furniture, lighting, and DIY.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre is a popular destination for leisure and shopping in Cricklewood. There are many high street brands as well as restaurants and cafes. There is also a great choice of cinemas to choose from. For example, the Vue in the O2 Centre shows the latest blockbusters in the multi-screen complex. However, there is also the Lexi Cinema, an independent cinema that shows films and puts on opera shows.

If you’re interested in buying or renting property in Cricklewood, you can browse our available properties online.

Alternatively, you can visit us at our Willesden office which is only a short walk from Dollis Hill tube station. For more information about this branch, our Property Management Services or any of the available properties in Cricklewood, get in touch with our estate and letting agent team today.

Book a professional valuation

If you would like to find out the sales or rental value of your property, book a Free, No-Obligation appointment with our valuations team today, who will be able to provide an accurate market appraisal based on local knowledge and market expertise.

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