Dartmouth Park

Dartmouth Park is a leafy, quiet suburb within the London Borough of Camden, situated on the hill which runs from Kentish Town to Highgate. It takes its name from the 2nd Earl of Dartmouth, who acquired the area in the eighteenth century, but the area’s housing was not developed until the late nineteenth century by the 5th Earl.  

The area borders Hampstead Heath but also has its own green spaces, including Dartmouth Park and the 26-acre Waterlow Park. The dominant property in the area is semi-detached and terraced Victorian houses, but there are some recent, more modern developments.

Tuffnell Park tube station sits at the bottom of Dartmouth Park Hill. It’s in zone 2 and is on the High Barnet branch of the Northern Line. A tube journey into central London will take around ten minutes.

Property Professionals in Dartmouth Park

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