Mr Gamrat, London
Bairstow Eves were efficient, professional and extremely courteous, right through to completion. Going beyond what one would expect from any estate agent.
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Located on the boarders of both Cricklewood and West Hampstead, this two double bedroom apartment is perfect for a commuter or for investment. The home is offer in superb condition throughout and benefits from also having a share of the freehold. The apartment also offers further development potential via utilising the loft space of the building (subject to planning permission and other freeholders consent). There is amble residents (permit) parking situated on street and for commuters, Kilburn Tube Station is 0.6 miles from the property (soon to benefit from the Night Tube from October 2016) and Cricklewood Railway Station is just 0.5 miles.
Dating back as early as 1321, Cricklewood has become a focal point of North West London. Mainly a small village until the Victorian era, Cricklewood rapidly grew due to the construction of the Railway Station opened in 1868. Locomotive works subsequently moved into the area and as a result in 1881, the ever sought after and now listed railway cottages were constructed for the workers.
The area is mostly made up of late Victorian and 1930's homes, with the Victorian homes being around what was at the time Clock Farm back in 1893, until Victorian engineer George Furness build Cricklewood Park and named the roads after the trees locally such as Pine, Larch, Cedar, Ivy, Olive, etc. This residential area is now more commonalty known as the Tree Roads of Cricklewood.
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