Opal Mews is ideally located in NW6 between Queens Park and West Hampstead, with great transport links into Central London (only 6 stops from Bond Street).
With its flourishing young and vibrant community, and village-like atmosphere, Queens Park is fast becoming one of the most desirable addresses in North West London.
With its flourishing young and vibrant community, and village-like atmosphere, NW6 is fast becoming one of the
most desirable addresses in North West London. The cosmopolitan Salusbury Road in Queens Park boasts
many shops, eateries and recreational facilities, including a Sunday farmers market. An excellent range of
primary and secondary, state and private schools can be found in the local area. The area is served by
numerous bus and rail links, including the Bakerloo, Jubilee and Overground lines, providing easy
access to Central London. The Westfield shopping centre is a short 15 minute car drive away.
Although the neighbourhood gentrified more than a decade ago West Hampstead can barely put a foot wrong these days.
More fun than Maida Vale and not as pricey as Primrose Hill, it’s become one of north-west London’s most desirable addresses. An abundance of well-established cafés and front doors painted in 50 shades of Farrow & Ball grey are testament to this – however it’s still evolving. A Saturday farmers’ market opened 18 months ago on the forecourt of the
newly revamped Thameslink station and vintage stalls trade on Sundays.