The Treasure at the End of the Northern Line
Diversity is the key that's on offer in Edgware. Community is strong. The range of properties is plentiful. Fantastic transport links make this the perfect choice for any London commuter.
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Edgware in Middlesex holds a rich history dating back to the Saxon period. Although it is technically not in London, it’s close access into London via the tube and road networks makes it a popular suburb for families, first-time buyers, as well as those looking to downsize from a family house into a flat or bungalow.
At its heart, it has a bustling high street with a plethora of shops, restaurants and other forms of entertainment. You can sample food from every type of cuisine you can think of, recognise big high street names, supermarkets and support independent businesses that have lined the high street for years.
Edgware continues to grow in popularity across all nationalities and religions. There are numerous churches, mosques and synagogues in the area catering for all backgrounds and ethnic persuasion.
Diversity is the key on offer in Edgware. Community is strong.
From the up and coming Burnt Oak area right across central Edgware and Broadfields to the Hale Lane approach to Mill Hill, there are a variety of properties available from purpose-built studio flats right up to large detached family homes accounting for all budgets and lifestyles.
Edgware has an array of sought-after local schools both public and private, including one of the top private schools in the UK, North London Collegiate Girls School.
Another bonus for Edgware is its large selection of both religion-specific and secular primary and secondary schools. Families will move to the area specifically be in the catchment area for schools such as Krishna Avanti or Rosh Pinah schools.
In the centre of the main high street is Edgware Underground Station which is at the end of the Northern Line. Next to this is Edgware Bus station which has numerous routes both into central London, and neighbouring local districts.
Edgware has fantastic road links for the A1. A41, M1 and A406.
One of Edgware's most appealing qualities is its proximity to beautiful green space, and Canons Park is one of the larger parks to choose from. The park was originally part of a large country estate in the 1700s owned by the Duke of Chandos. The remaining grounds now offer a gorgeous backdrop for locals get to enjoy the land and its beauty.
The Bentley Priory Museum and the RAF Museum are also very close by.
For further retail therapy, Edgware is a mere 15 minutes away from Brent Cross, North London’s biggest shopping centre.
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