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Harlesden Gardens

Queen's Park / Kensal

£1,000 p/w

Long Let New Listing
Price per month £4,333
Bedrooms & Bathrooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Size Approx 1,762 sq ft / 163.7 sq m

Creative flair and an uplifting atmosphere. This three-bedroom Harlesden home is all cohesive colours, polished architecture and reams of natural light — plus a private garden.

The façade of this three-bedroom property quietly stands out against its neighbours, with charcoal-black window frames, bold stock brick and a manicured front garden. Its well-considered exterior is a precursor to the flawless architecture that lies within; across its three storeys, Harlesden Gardens has been imagined with a refreshing material palette, bold structural design and modern technologies. The front door…

Creative flair and an uplifting atmosphere. This three-bedroom Harlesden home is all cohesive colours, polished architecture and reams of natural light — plus a private garden.

The façade of this three-bedroom property quietly stands out against its neighbours, with charcoal-black window frames, bold stock brick and a manicured front garden. Its well-considered exterior is a precursor to the flawless architecture that lies within; across its three storeys, Harlesden Gardens has been imagined with a refreshing material palette, bold structural design and modern technologies.

The front door opens to a draped sage curtain, which pulled back reveals the voluminous reception area. Warm parquet wood floors are contrasted with a greyscale-toned ceiling — engineered with a double-height void and a glass chandelier. Furniture is eclectic and sophisticated, arranged with socialising in mind. The whitewashed walls are a sleek feature that double as a cinema screen, thanks to an integrated projector.

There’s continuous flow through an archway to the kitchen and dining room. Things take a trendy turn, with inky-blue cabinets, glossy marble worktops, a wood-framed central island and state-of-the-art Mercury range oven. The side return is configured as a glass box, with large window panels filling the space with natural light. A door leads open to the private garden, featuring immaculately laid timber floors. At the rear, a wood-clad summer house is introduced through full-height sliding doors; it’s a tranquil setting for guests or quiet working hours.

Find the principal bedroom on the home’s second floor, where a range of French doors, Velux windows and skylights infuse the space with calming sunlight. At one side of the room behind a curtain, there’s a sculptural freestanding bathtub. At the other side, wood floors transition to monochromatic diamond tiling in the en suite bathroom. Nestled into the eaves, there’s a cosy snug area.

The first-floor guest bedrooms are arranged around the glass-framed ceiling void. In the double room, a dark four-poster bed is a bold stamp against the pale green walls. The same modern palette exists in the single room, featuring a blush pink armchair. Completing the level is a contemporary bathroom, crafted with oversized stone tiles and a rainfall shower.

Highlighted Features

Open-plan kitchen, reception and dining room

Principal bedroom suite

Two additional bedrooms

Family bathroom

Private garden

Summer house and additional bedroom

London Borough of Brent

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Location

A cultural melting pot, Harlesden is one of London’s most vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods. Architecturally speaking, the area has an enticing mix of Victorian cottages, early 20th century terraces and contemporary apartments that border Roundwood Park — which features an aviary and views of Wembley Stadium. Harlesden was the centre of British reggae in the 1960s, with a strong musical presence existing today: Hawkeye on Craven Park Road is the area’s largest record shop, while Rubio in Park Parade is a cafe soundtracked by vinyl, offering “coffee, eats and beats”. Other local favourites include L’Angolo delicatessen, lifestyle store Verandah and The Island pub for evening get togethers.

Floorplan & Specifications

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Approximate Gross Internal Area 1,762 sq ft / 163.7 sq m
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