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Mill Hill Property Guide

Mill Hill is a leafy London suburb between Edgware and Finchley. Mill Hill consists of several distinct parts: the original Mill Hill Village, the later-developed Mill Hill Broadway which is now the main hub of the area and Mill Hill East.
Sports and Leisure

There are many gym facilities near Mill Hill which include PureGym with branches in Colindale, Muswell Hill, Edgware and Finchley Central, which offer no contract, access to 50+ free classes to members, and some of these have a ladies only area. Anytime fitness in Mill Hill is open 24 hours 7 days a week offers high spec equipment, access to free group training an exclusive members discounts to help make being healthy happen. Old Cholmeleians Sports Grounds is located on Hendon Wood Lane, and provides facilities for football and Cricket. The local rugby club is Mill Hill Rugby and football club which was established in 1937 with two men’s teams.

Shopping and Culture

Mill Hill Broadway has a range of shops such as Oxfam and WHSmiths, restaurants, bars and café’s such as Pizza Express, Shaketastic and The Good Earth. The is close to Muswell Hill area which has a variety of a variety of leisure activities which along with the shops includes the luxury cinema brand Everyman Cinema, the popular pub chain Wetherspoons and a short walk away from Alexandra Palace.

Mill Hill is also half an hour away from Brent Cross Shopping Centre. This shopping centre prides itself on offering an engaging and exciting range of retail, and leisure opportunities along with some excellent restaurants for food and drink.

Outdoor Area

Mill Hill Park is a large public cark within the London Borough of Barnet. The park straddles the A1 with the main park to the east linked by an underpass to a smaller mainly grassed area to the west. There are some formal flowerbeds, large areas of grassland, and a community forest nature reserve which was planted in 1993. The park has many recreation facilities such as a cricket pitch, football pitches, three tennis courts, a basketball court, two bowling greens, a mini golf course and children’s playground along with a café.

Primary and Secondary Education

1. Courtland School a mixed primary school is for pupils aged 4 to 11 years. The school is situated in the north west of the Borough of High Barnet. Opened in 1954 Courtland School has defined itself as a non-denominational community school whether children of all faiths and cultures can come together.

2. Deansbrook Junior School aims to provide the widest possible range of experiences to help children achieve success and to prepare them for the challenges to come by developing their self-esteem, a positive attitude to learning and a sense of responsibility.

3. Mill Hill County High School for pupils aged 11 to 18 years aims to equip their students to thrive as individuals and as citizens in a rapidly changing world, and to provide a forward look curriculum, rooted in the traditional academic disciplines.

Transport

Mill Hill is on the A1 and is a short journey to junction 2 of the M1. Mill Hill Broadway is the station where the Thames link passes through. This is a train services which passes through Farringdon, St Pancras and Sutton and Luton. There are buses at this station heading to Edgware, Mill Hill East, Totteridge, Kingsbury and Colindale. Mill Hill East Train Station is on the Northern Line (High Barnet branch) which passes through to London Waterloo, London Euston and Kennington.

Postcode

Mill Hill has the postcode of NW7 and is part of Barnet Council and is in Conservative – Controlled by Barnet. Band A properties will pay £1,070 council tax, properties in the average Band D will pay £1,605 and those in Band H will pay £3,211 council tax.

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