WILLOW END, HENDON WOOD LANE
Price: £2.85m

This brand new home is spread out over four levels. It has three reception rooms, six bedrooms, six en suite bathrooms, a home cinema room and a games room with a fitted bar and gym.

Contact:Savills on 020 8447 4400 or go to www.savills.co.uk

ST VINCENTS LANE
Price: £449,950

This three-bedroom apartment is arranged over three floors. It has a fitted kitchen with room to dine, three double bedrooms, a shower room, off-street parking, gating, grounds and use of the nearby communal gardens.

Contact: Foxtons on 020 8432 1700 or go to www.foxtons.co.uk

HIGHWOOD HILL
Price: £699,950

This four bedroom, semi-detached family home has two bathrooms, a dining room, lounge, kitchen, TV room, back garden and garage and enough outside space to accommodate three or four cars.

Contact: For sale with Godfrey and Barr – visit www.fabricproperty.com for contact details

NEED TO KNOW | AREA INSIGHT
Commuting: With the M1 running through the centre of the area, road users can reach the City in just under 30 minutes, while Mill Hill Broadway Station can deliver rail users to King’s Cross International in just under 20 minutes. There is also a smattering of underground stations in the area including Mill Hill East that can reach Bank on the northern line in 35 minutes on a good day.

Education: The area is rich with good schools. The independent Mill Hill School scores 95 per cent A*-C grades at GSCE while the all girls independent Mount School gets 85 per cent. The state schools in the area aren’t bad either: the selective St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School gets a whopping 100 per cent A*-C at GCSE.

Leisure: While the social scene in and around Mill Hill mainly revolves around the dining room table, there is a local golf club and a Virgin Active gym nearby. There are also a number of clubs and societies for local residents.

PRICE WATCH | MILL HILL V BARNET
AVERAGE HOUSE PRICE
MILL HILL: £484,367
BARNET: £443,939

10 YEAR PRICE GROWTH
MILL HILL: 130 PER CENT
BARNET: 123 PER CENT
SOURCE: MARCUS DIXON, SAVILLS RESEARCH