NW4 is a postcode district in North West London that covers the areas of Brent Cross and Hendon. It is located in the Borough of Barnet and is one of the most northern districts in the area. Famous historic buildings such as Avenue House and Kenwood House are located in the area, bringing in thousands of visitors and tourists every year. The former building is an imposing Grade 2 structure that was one of the main seats of the Knights Templar. The second building is a gorgeous Neo-Classical villa that houses rare paintings by world-renowned artists such as Rembrandt and Turner. The numerous attractions in the area have gone a long way towards boosting traffic and trade in the vicinity.
You will find quite a few charities and charitable organisations doing business in the area. Most of these occupy a majority of the available office space in the district. Other businesses such as adult education companies, business services firms, and financial consultants also have a presence here. The numerous retail spaces in the vicinity sell everything from clothes, shoes, accessories, books, flowers and novelty items to the hordes of shoppers year round.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The New End Theatre plays host to several innovative plays throughout the year, which showcase new writing of talented writers from across the globe. An evening spent enjoying a fantastic play is a great option for entertainment in the area. After-hours drinks can be savoured at The Wells Tavern or The Flask pub. You will need a large appetite to do justice to the numerous great eateries in the locality. You can opt for Woodlands, which is famous for its tasty Indian cuisine, or head to Gaucho Hampstead for superb South American food.
Hendon East, Highgate, Brent Cross, East Finchley, Colindale and Golders Green are the different tube stations on the underground network that serve the area well. Depending on which location you are at, you will find any one of these stations within easy walking distance. For connectivity to the mainline railway services, you can go to Hendon Central railway station. A number of bus routes offer excellent access to different destinations across London.