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Welcome to Kensal Rise

Ideally situated with easy access to Central London

Kensal Rise (which is also known as Kensal Green) has a great range of bars, restaurants and shops, the surrounding areas are Willesden to the north, Brondesbury and Queens Park to the east and Ladbroke Grove and White City to the south.

Ideally situated with easy access to Central London, popular with young professionals and families and celebrities which is why Chamberlayne Road  was once named “the hippest street in Europe” the road has a great range of popular bars, boutiques, cafes and restaurants

The area has beautiful larger than average Edwardian and Victorian properties which is popular with buyers as these are far more affordable than the surrounding areas of Maida Vale and Notting Hill and cosy terraces popular with working professionals, there are several great primary schools which is must for families.

Queens Park Gardens have various activities, including basketball courts, a children’s playground and water activities. Queens Park itself and King Edwards Vll park are both within walking distance, Roundwood Park is a Victorian park in nearby Harlesden with Green Flag status. The Grand Union Canal also offers plenty of towpath walking, with Little Venice a magical destination.

Kensal Rise Transport Link 

  • By Tube: Kensal Green and Queen’s Park tube stations (Zone 2) are on the Bakerloo Line and only 20 minutes from Oxford Circus and the West End.
  • By Rail: Kensal Green Overground station offers connections through to Richmond, Clapham and Euston.
  • By Bike: Bike path running along the canal from Kensal Rise to Paddington.
  • By Bus: Including bus services No. 18 (Harlesden – Euston), No. 6 (Willesden Bus Garage – Aldwych), No. 52 (Willesden Bus Garage – Victoria Station) and No. 452 (Kensal Rise – Wandsworth Road).