The Hocrofts Area Guide

Introduction to
The Hocrofts, London

The Hocrofts North West London area guide by Goldschmidt and Howland The Hocrofts the area's Leading estate agent and letting agent since 1888.

 

The Hocrofts consists of a selection of exclusive roads made up of large detached and semi-detached houses which form part of a desirable residential area with tree-lined avenues. This is the perfect area for families who are looking for peaceful cul-de-sacs sandwiched between the busy urban areas of West Hampstead and Cricklewood, offering an excellent selection of local schools with good transport links into central London. 

Transport in The Hocrofts

The Hocrofts is accessible by tube at Kilburn Underground Station and Willesden Green Station, which are both serviced by the Jubilee Line and located within Zone 2. Cricklewood Station is the nearest Overground station with fast Thames link services to Central London. By car the estate is conveniently located for major road routes such as the A41, Finchley Road and the A5, which provides a direct route to the West End as well as the A404 going to West London.


Property in The Hocrofts

The majority of these substantially built homes date back to the 1930s, typically handsome red brick two storey houses with large, square, bay windows, off street parking and generously sized gardens, perfect for families or professionals looking for a home with space and presence. Average property prices in the area can range between £2-£10 million, with popular streets including Ranulf Road and Hocroft Road. There are fewer flats available in the area due to the demand for family homes, so conversions are rare as the area is dominated by houses.

Council Tax Bands for The Hocrofts

Council Tax Annual Rates for Barnet 2018/2019

A £989.04
B £1,153.89
C £1,318.73
D £1,483.57
E £1,813.24
F £2,142.94
G £2,472.61
H £2,967.14

(Source London Borough of Barnet)

 

And now for a bit of History on The Hocrofts

The Hocrofts have a strong 1920s & 1930s architectural presence delivered by a number of different parties. Located near to Child’s Hill originally part of the Hampstead Estate, this formed one of London’s earliest industrial districts in the early 19th century.