New Homes in Colindale
Part of the Borough of but with some of its neighbourhoods spilling over into , Colindale takes up the north-western corner of in . With a Tube station on the Northern line, new homes in Colindale give you a direct route into .
Only a few miles from Stadium, home of the England national football team, Fryent Country Park and the Welsh Harp are even closer to Colindale, giving you some natural scenery right on your doorstep. Visit the interesting Royal Air Force Museum on Grahame Park Way near too; once you pick from our new homes near Colindale below.
Live the Colindale life
If you’re looking for an area of London which is relatively affordable yet still offers top transport links and some excellent natural spaces to enjoy nearby, buying a new home in Colindale could be the perfect choice. And thanks to offers such as our Movemaker scheme, we could help your move to Colindale go as smoothly and affordably as possible.
Things to see and do in Colindale
Whether you’re making the short trip to Wembley to watch the Three Lions attempting to bring football home or exploring the Royal Air Force Museum next to Colindale’s police station, you don’t need to venture far from home to take advantage of Rushgrove Park either, with its playground and sports facilities.
When you want to enjoy a nice walk and some fresh air, Brent Reservoir and the Welsh Harp Open Space are only a short stroll away the other side of West Hendon Playing Field. The 103-hectare Fryent Country Park, meanwhile, will make you feel like you’re in open countryside despite being right on the edge of town.
The local school for younger children is Colindale Primary on Clovelly Avenue. It has a good Ofsted rating, while Barnfield Primary and the Hyde School also take kids from parts of Colindale. The area also plays host to First Rung Independent School, while St James’ Catholic High School and Kingsbury High are state schools with catchment areas that cover Colindale. They’re both graded as good by Ofsted.
Colindale transport links
Colindale’s Tube station is on the Northern line, giving you direct access to popular places like Camden Town, Euston, Leicester Square and Embankment. There are also plenty of bus routes serving the local area, while the M1 motorway conveniently passes to the east of town.
The Colindale property scene
This is an area with a lot going for it, yet house prices remain considerably lower than the London average. Flats are the most prevalent form of home which regularly come on the market, while you can find a collection of stunning new apartments just off the A5 in Hendon.Whether you’re picking out a dual aspect 1 bedroom home or a beautifully designed 2 bed duplex, don’t forget to ask your adviser about offers such as the scheme, which could turn your dream home in London into reality.