Located in the Borough of Harrow as well as in the Borough of Brent, Kenton is a part of London that is close to a range of famous landmarks including Trellick Tower and Avenue House. The area boasts a rich history and there are a number of other historical as well as cultural places of interest that are close by. The BBC Television Centre is near to Kenton while Kenwood House and Kew Bridge Steam Museum are also major attractions in the area. Kenton has been home to a number of famous people over the years including Sophie Okonedo, Stuart Pearce, Darren Ward, Mary Wimbush, Michele Austin and Denis Compton.
The town has a number of executive suites and office spaces that are owned or rented out by various businesses. This includes fashion designers, financial advisors, accounting firms, IT consultants and computer service companies. You will also find book stores, healthcare professionals, and graphic design firms in the area. Some of the companies that are based in Kenton include Design ‘n’ Build Ltd and Interlink International Trading UK Ltd.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You can enjoy speedy access to major entertainment venues including Wembley Arena, which is the second largest indoor venue in London. Rough Trade West (7 miles) is the place to go for live music while the Tricycle Theatre (6 miles) has a variety of stage shows and theatre productions throughout the year. When eating out in Kenton you can look forward to excellent choice with eateries like Ram’s serving tasty vegetarian Indian dishes and New Golden Palace, which serves finger licking Chinese cuisine. Carluccio’s is part of a famous chain of Italian restaurants while Wine & Bread has a variety of central European food on the menu.
Kenton offers convenient road links that allow buses and taxis to ferry passengers with ease while also making driving in the area a viable transport options. Kenton Tube Station offers access to the London Underground service along the Watford DC Line, as does South Kenton Tube Station. The closest overhead railway station is Harrow and Wealdstone Railway Station, which connects the area to London Waterloo Station. Those looking for international travel options can head to London Heathrow Airport, which can be easily reached from Kenton (14 miles).