NW6 London postcode: Residents rate their streets

What is NW6, London really like? Is it your dream location? Get all the information you need by checking out HomeViews Streets – a new site that invites London locals to tell it like it is. We ask residents to rate a postcode’s amenities, transport links, and other essential aspects of daily life, so you can get a true understanding of NW6 before you even step foot in the area. Read on to find out what locals really think.

Which area is NW6?

NW6 is a North West London postcode covering Kilburn, Brondesbury, West Hampstead, and Queen’s Park. The Brent, Camden and Westminster local authorities run the area.

Which zone is NW6?

The NW6 postcode is in London Zone 2. Cricklewood and Neasden (NW2) and Hampstead and Swiss Cottage (NW3) adjoin the postcode to the north. St John’s Wood (NW8) lies to the east. Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue (W9) and Ladbroke Grove and North Kensington (W10) neighbour NW6 to the south. Harlesden, Kensal Green, and Willesden (NW10) extend to the west.

NW6, London resident reviews

Is NW6 a good place to live?

Will you enjoy living in NW6? At HomeViews Streets, we believe the best people to answer that are the locals who already call it home. By letting residents be the judge, we can give you unbiased, honest accounts about life in NW6. Our reviews are broken down into several key categories combining ratings with explanatory comments.

Find more personal insights by clicking through to the site. Simply leave your own review to access all these insider insights!

“Beautiful suburban community”

HomeViews Area Guides

See the area guides on related areas below for HomeViews insights about NW6 and surrounding regions. These pages include the top-rated new homes in those areas and reviews by residents.

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HomeViews provides verified resident reviews of the UK’s housing developments. We’re working with developers, landlords and the Government to recognise high performers and help to improve standards in the built environment.

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