Dollis Hill

Dollis Hill is a residential suburb in the London Borough of Brent, which borders Cricklewood and Neasden. Gladstone Park is at the heart of Dollis Hill making it an attractive area for those who wish to live near green space.

Dollis Hill House, a regency villa located in Gladstone park, dates from 1825 and was used as a hospital in the First World War and as a venue for Winston Churchill’s 1941 war cabinet. It’s currently derelict but it is a Grade A listed building and has received a 1.2 million pound grant from the Heritage Lottery fund for a redevelopment.

This is an area with a lot of terraces, semi-detached properties and some more recent purpose built housing association flats, and is still a favourite with first-time buyers. Dollis Hill Jubilee Line tube station is in zone 3 and It takes only fifteen minutes on the tube to reach Central London. 

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