- 3 bedroom, Semi-Detached House
- Culver Grove, STANMORE, Middlesex, HA7 2NJ
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Are you looking to buy or rent a property in Kenton? This north-west London suburb is expansive yet little known. Kenton is a quiet, multicultural suburb situated north-east of Harrow.
As well as plenty of well-maintained open spaces, the area offers residents excellent transport links, with its own tube station on the Bakerloo line.
So, could Kenton be the area you're looking for? Read on to find out more.
As previously mentioned, Kenton is well-connected to the rest of London and it’s possible to travel from Kenton Underground Station (Zone Four) to London Paddington Station in around 30 minutes.
The area is also well-served by local buses, with services towards areas such as Edgware, Wembley Park and West London.
Kenton is home to a good selection of pubs and restaurants. There are some big chains, such as Domino’s and KFC, but it’s Asian food fans who are particularly well catered for, as there are a large number of Indian restaurants along Kenton Road.
If you enjoy keeping fit, Kenton could be the place for you. Just 2.8 miles away in neighbouring Harrow, you'll find Harrow Leisure Centre, which offers two indoor pools, a fitness centre, dance studio, sports hall and more.
Harrow is also home to a skate park and Shri Academy of Dance, which provides dance classes in styles such as Bollywood, Bhangra, Street, Hip Hop and Belly Dancing.
There are also a number of gyms in neighbouring Kingsbury, such as Fitness First on Kingsbury Road.
If the weather takes a positive turn, there are plenty of local parks where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine. These include; Woodcock park, Kenton grange, Roe Green Park, Silver Jubilee Park and Grove Park Open Space.
Only around 1.9 miles from the centre of Kenton, you'll find Fryent Country Park, which covers around 103 hectares of traditional Middlesex countryside. Within the park is the remains of Barn Hill Farm, an 18th century landscaped farm, which was part of Wembley Park Estate.
If the heavens open, you are only around a 30 minute tube journey from central London and all the attractions it has to offer. However, if you do want to stay local, there's a Vue Cinema in Harrow showing all of the latest blockbusters.
The London Gallery West is also in Harrow, and showcases the media, art and design work of University of Westminster students, as well as the art of renowned local, national and international artists.
The Kenton area offers plenty for those in search of retail therapy. The Brent Cross Shopping Centre is home to over 120 shops, including high-street giants such as All Saints, Apple, Boots and H&M.
Around 2.2 miles from central Kenton, you’ll also find The London Designer Outlet, which has big-name designers, such as Kurt Geiger and Guess, alongside high-street favourites.
In Kenton itself, you’ll find a variety of local and high-street shops and services. You’ll also find Sainsbury’s supermarket and a Cost-cutter, and 1.4 miles away in Kingsbury there are multiple other supermarkets including; The Co-Operative, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi and Tesco Express.
If you’re looking for entertainment, Brent is home to the Tricycle Theatre, which has a packed programme of shows to suit both adults and children.
For the kids, there’s Topsy Turvy World in Brent Cross, which has a huge multi-level play structure for the under 12s, as well as play areas for younger children.
If you fancy an educational day out, you’ll also find the RAF Museum in neighbouring Colindale.
Kenton is well-served by local amenities such as Kenton Library located centrally on Kenton lane, which offers a wide range of services including; audio books, DVD rentals and Wi Fi access.
There are also multiple health centres including Kenton Bridge Medical centre and Northwick Park hospital.
There are multiple options for parking throughout the week in Kenton, including on-street pay and display parking in the town centre.
The Kenton area offers residents a wide choice of primary and secondary schools. Primary schools include; Uxendon Manor primary school and Mount Stewart infants school, which caters for a wide range of complex needs, and a Catholic school, St Bernadette’s Catholic.
The local secondary school is Claremont High School on Claremont Avenue off Kenton Road.
To find out more about renting or buying in Kenton, visit or call our expert team at the local branch.
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