Mill Hill (NW7)
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- Double Room
- £144 pw
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- £105 pw
London Rail and Tube services map
- BR Mill Hill Broadway
- TUBE Mill Hill East
Massive parks, loads of gyms, olympic pool, nice bars, karoke nearby, bus ride to cinema and bowling. Three stops to Luton for easy getaway, one train to Gatwick, 5mins from Ml M25, 5 mins from huge shopping centre in Brent Cross open till late, one road from Broadway, great for coffee/drink/snack easy commute to Central London.
Mill Hill is well connected to central London with excellnt transport services (trains, buses and mill hill east tube station). Mill Hill Broadway has a good shopping area with an M&S, Iceland, Boots and a variety of good restaurants. There are lots of schools, parks and open spaces too.
Great shops, fashion boutiques, individual restaurants, cafes, delis, bakeries, some amazing houses & leafy roads, really well connected to Central London or M1, by car, bus or train.
A reasonably quiet part of London on the edge of the Green Belt. Good transport (close to M1, many bus routes, Thameslink and Northern Line). Decent shopping street.
Mill Hill East
Miil Hill East - North end of the Northern Line (25 mins to Centre of town) Tube 10 min walk / Bus 221 (2 mins)