THE COMPANY

Welcome to Cubes Residential, Hendon’s boutique style estate agency covering North West London’s most desirable postcodes. Our much sought after property portfolio covers Hampstead’s Garden Suburb, Temple Fortune, Golders Green, Hendon, Mill Hill, Finchley, Edgware, Colindale, Cricklewood, and surrounding areas.

Offering the very best of urban lifestyles, with easy access to Central London and great parks such as Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill, our Hendon office is situated in one of London’s most favoured residential and business locations.

As fully independent estate agents, Cubes Residential offers clients a personal and bespoke service unavailable elsewhere. Providing fully comprehensive sales and marketing services, plus landlord management services for clients in both the UK and overseas, our individual style of estate agency has created a benchmark for other agents to follow.

We believe in giving value for money and going that extra mile for our clients. Showing both you and your property the respect you deserve is ingrained in our strong customer service ethos. Our realistic and down to earth property appraisals and honest advice ensures client satisfaction throughout the selling or letting process.

We don’t just sell and let property, we help real people find their perfect homes. We pride ourselves on treating both parties with honesty and integrity and our ethical values have ensured our reputation as Hendon’s most respected and trusted estate agent for over a decade. 

Whether buying, selling, letting or renting, Cubes Residential offer a uniquely personal service that ensures you are always kept in the know. You are not just a number or a figure on a spreadsheet when you take your property journey through Cubes. Our highly experienced and friendly team keep you fully informed throughout the whole sale or let process and are only a phone call away from making your property voyage a smooth and pleasurable experience.

Talk to us today and find out for yourself why not all estate agents are the same?