Overview of NW3 5RL, Netherhall Gardens, LondonNW3 5RL is located in London, in the borough of Camden, Greater London. It is rated 4.38 from 32 reviews, and is one of the best rated places to live in this area. Most people give the area 4.38 stars. 14 of 32 reviewers rated NW3 5RL 5 stars, with comments such as ‘The main vibe of the area is young professional, which is the majority of who you will see on the streets.’. However, others were more equivocal in their assessment, for example, one reviewer said ‘It is a relatively peacefull and quite area with relatively low crime rat’.
“I think the only bad thing about my street is that some of the houses are quite old and need updating.”
“It is a relatively peacefull and quite area with relatively low crime rat”
The main vibe of the area is young professional, which is the majority of who you will see on the streets.
The area is a great place to live. The main vibe of the area is young professional, which is the majority of who you will see on the streets. However that being said, there are still a fair amount of children and families and it is a lovely atmosphere for all types of people. It is not so quiet that there is no life or energy, but it is also not rowdy. It’s a very happy area to live and most importantly, I have always felt extremely safe in the area, even at night.
Transport links in this area are amazing. There is access to the Jubilee line from the West Hampstead station and access to both the jubilee and metropolitan lines from Finchley Road. The jubilee line is quick and reliable, arriving every few minutes. The northern line is also just a 15 minute walk to Hampstead. Finchley Road can be very busy at rush hour, but rarely am I not able to fit into the first train that arrives, even during peak times. There is also good overground access from both Finchley and Frognal as well as West Hampstead and the Thameslink runs from West Hampstead which is particularly convenient for flights from Luton or Gatwick. There are also a variety of good bus routes that can easily be picked up along Finchley Road.
My street is quiet and friendly with neighbors who are polite and not nosey. Bins are also collected very frequently. The residents on the street are a mix of renters and owners. There are a lot of young professional renters as well as a good handful of elderly residents.
There is an amazing variety of everything in the area including a small tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose, and M&S all on West End Lane. For bigger shops there is an easily accessible giant Sainsbury on Finchley Road at the O2 center, which also has a cinema. The area also has a good selection of food options across the spectrum from bakeries such as Lolas, Gails, and Ronis, to Nandos, to a few pubs, and two personal favorites, Alice House, and Bobbyfitzpatrick (a lovely 70s themed cocktail bar with some bites to eat as well). There are also multiple fitness options as well as some green space, or just a lovely neighborhood atmosphere for those who love to be outside. The transport links are also amazing. West End Lane truly has everything you could want!
I think the only bad thing about my street is that some of the houses are quite old and need updating.
if anyone wants to find somewhere where it’s quiet but loud at the same time and wants to live in a nice residential area in London, I definitely recommend my area area
in my area you have access to 3 overground stations, three underground stations, one train link service and an array of different bus routes that go far and wide. All of these transport links are well kept up and are easy to navigate. There’s even a coach that takes you to Luton and Stanstead. The area definitely allows for cyclists but unfortunately I don’t think has dedicated cycle lanes. Rush-hour is definitely chockablock but it does clear up pretty quick. There are a few night buses, as many as you would expect. Overall you can get anywhere you want in London from my area within 40 minutes.
I have never experienced any antisocial behaviour on my street, Noise. Just occasional honking. most people rent I believe and a lot of families live there. Bin collections are regular and there isn’t much parking as it’s dedicated to the people who live there.
my local area is amazing, it has so much greenery and Quick access to central London within 30 minutes. There are many charity shops, supermarkets, restaurants and pharmacies for your every day needs. There are even a few churches and community centres so it feels like a close-knit community. i’ve lived there for nearly 20 years aka since I was born and I feel so safe there. There is a mixture of people from all walks of life which I appreciate as it makes Finchley Road more accessible to regular people instead of for example Hampstead High Street having really fancy shops. The other High Street that is local is West Hamstead which is also very beautiful and has great access to everywhere. The residential area is beautiful, the pubs are all still running, and all shops and restaurants are kept up very well. My local area is definitely somewhere you would want to live.
It is a relatively peacefull and quite area with relatively low crime rat
I like the whole atmosphere of my area
Everything is easy to get too. All the restaurants and takeaway places are within walking distance from each other and there is wes hamstead thames link nearby
It is a relatively peacefull and quite area with relatively low crime rate compared to the rest of London and it is clean
We have a range of takeway options such as Gail's takeaway, the wet fish cafe and a nandos and tesco aswell assm lolas bakery and
drawn to the charming village atmosphere, the vast, open, wild green spaces of Hampstead Heath and some of the best schools in London
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I like how relaxed it is over the weekend, the hussle and bustle during the week can get tiring.
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Londonphobic friends are always surprised when they visit as it feels like a community and there’s such lovely open spaces.
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