If you have a property for sale in Cricklewood, our area guide can help you appeal to potential buyers.
Cricklewood is a bustling and diverse area that is split between three different London boroughs. Its green spaces appeal to families looking for a suburban feel, but its excellent travel links are attractive to commuters. The area’s main appeal comes from its mixture of urban and suburban features. Emphasise the green spaces, interesting architecture and wealth of local amenities when speaking to family buyers.
Cricklewood station is only 10 minutes from St Pancras, and there are two tube stations within a 15-minute walk that are on the Jubilee line. Professionals will also be interested to hear about the area’s extensive bus routes, which serve destinations across the capital.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Cricklewood was £9,400,000 on 4 March 2016. The most recent recorded sale in Cricklewood was £565,000 on 18 August 2016. Properties in Cricklewood have an average price of £1,139,792 over the last 3 years.
▲ +29% since 2017
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Cricklewood has 25 schools with capacities ranging from 9 to 1319. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Community School, Voluntary Aided School, Other Independent School, EY Setting in the area.
It's a Mixed Community School for children aged 11 to 18. The school enrols 1319 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils aged 3 to 11 years. The school enrols 420 students.
A Mixed Community School for pupils aged 3 to 11 years. The schools has a capacity of 420 pupils.
A Mixed Community School for pupils 3 to 11 years. The schools has a capacity of 370 pupils.
Pupils aged 3 to 11 attend this Mixed Community School. The school enrols 315 students.
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