“Mill Hill’s proximity to the city of London made it popular as a country retreat from the 17th century onwards, and large houses and quaint cottages were constructed, many of which still remain.”
The earliest record of Mill Hill (or ‘Myllehill’) is dated 1547. The name appears to mean the ‘hill with a windmill’. In a building adjacent to the ‘Mill Field’ at the northern extent of The Ridgeway, the workings of the original Mill can be found. Mill Hill village is the oldest known inhabited part of the district, a ribbon development along the medieval route called ‘The Ridgeway’. Mill Hill’s proximity to the city of London made it popular as a country retreat from the 17th century onwards, and large houses and quaint cottages were constructed, many of which still remain.
Lowood House is located half a mile from Mill Hill East underground station with a walking time of some 12 minutes. For rainy days, the number 240 bus runs along The Ridgeway and takes just two minutes to reach Mill Hill East station travelling south, with Mill Hill Broadway and a connection to Thameslink around 20 minutes away in a northerly direction.
Easy access to principal routes
From Mill Hill East Underground
Euston: 21 mins
King’s Cross & St Pancras: 24 mins
Charing Cross: 28 mins
Waterloo: 31 mins
Victoria: 32 mins
Liverpool Street: 37 mins
Typical travel time to London airports
London City: 39mins
*Using TFL Journey Planner & Google Maps
Gas, Electric and Water services are all connected.
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London Borough of Barnet
North London Business Park (NLBP)
Oakleigh Road South
London N11 1NP
Tel: 0208 359 2000
Within two miles can be found ten schools rated ‘Good’ and seven schools rated ‘Outstanding’ according to Ofsted reports.