McCarthy & Stone - Springhill House, NW2

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Located in Willesden Green, this fantastic Retirement Living development is an ideal option for those seeking retirement apartments in North West London.

The development itself boasts luxury features to entice homeowners such as landscaped gardens complete with paved patio area, pergola and stylish raised water feature. Additionally, there is a stylish Club Lounge, a dedicated Concierge, underfloor heating, walk in wardrobes, and balconies to selected apartments. A selection of the apartments also have large walk-out balconies with panoramic views across the capital - perfect for enjoying summer sunshine, or entertaining friends and family.

Local area

Part of North West London, Willesden Green is a fantastic place to choose for your retirement. It is part of the London Borough of Brent and boasts a wealth of local attractions alongside varied transport links.

For those wanting to explore our great English Capital in their retirement, Willesden Green is an ideal place to set out from. It is linked to the London Underground via the Jubilee Line with connections available to Baker Street. It also boasts a number of overground train services, with stations available at Willesden Junction, Dollis Hill and Neasden - all easily reachable from Willesden Green.

Bus routes are also excellent in the area, connecting passengers with central London and the outer boroughs, while those with their own form of transport can take advantage of the area's proximity to the North Circular Road.

With varied shopping facilities and a host of attractions available in and around London, homeowners will have great access to recreational activities if they live here. Additionally, the area falls within the zone for the London Freedom Pass which provides free public transport services in the capital to older or disabled passengers.


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