The much-loved Hendon Park and Sunny Hill Park
are both close by and each has a café and great
views of North and East London. Dollis Brook and
Dollis Valley Green Walk are a wonderful slither
of nature offering woodland and waterside trails.
Or for a walk on the (slightly) wild side, why not
head down to Hampstead Heath and 320 hectares
of grassland – with bathing & boating ponds,
fantastic walks and wonderful picknicking –
at one of the highest points in London.
There are some great local places to eat some of which
are within short walking distance on Brent Street. A small
selection of these include Sami’s middle eastern restaurant,
Lahore authentic indian cuisine and White Fish London’s
premier Kosher Fish and Chip restaurant.
Brent Street is reknowned for its many wonderful cafés and
patisseries. Mr Baker, Orli and Bonjour to name but a few.
Other easily accessible suburbs such as Mill Hill, Temple
Fortune, Golders Green and Finchley also have a plethora
of good restaurants to chose from. Whilst Brent Cross
offers a range of well known food chains.
Car: Staples Corner, the junction of the North Circular
Road and M1, is around 6 minutes’ drive. Luton Airport
is about 30 minutes.
Tube: Hendon Central station (Northern Line) is less than
a mile away, just 25 minutes from The City and West End,
and 19 minutes from Euston and Kings Cross St Pancras.
Camden Town, Belsize Park and Hampstead are but a
Bus: Numerous buses stop nearby, including two night routes, connecting with most of North London, and the West End.
There are plenty of gyms in the neighbourhood, from a
Virgin Active at Hendon Central to the large leisure complex
at Finchley Lido where you’ll also find a swimming pool
and bowling alley.
If you prefer to be outdoors, there are numerous golf clubs
including courses at Finchley, Highgate and Muswell Hill.
For the more adventurous, sailing and windsurfing courses
can be found at Brent Reservoir. And if you prefer to be up
in the air, London Elstree Aerodrome offers flying lessons
for complete beginners and more experienced pilots.
Finchley Lane is at the end of Tenterden Grove and here,
for immediate convenience, you’ll find M&S Simply Foods.
For the weekly shop, there’s a big Waitrose just 1.5 miles
away at Mill Hill East.
Taking it up a notch, for those in search of pure unadulterated
retail therapy, Brent Cross Shopping Centre is less than 2 miles
away and is but a short bus ride or drive. As North London’s
premier retail destination it has free parking and hosts over 120
shops and department stores selling more than 2,000 brands.
Alexandra Palace has regular gigs within its incredible
Victorian exhibition hall, hosts one of London’s biggest
fireworks nights and puts on a mean street food scene.
Wembley Arena and Stadium, two of London’s most
iconic venues, play host to some of the world’s biggest
musical acts and sporting events. Or, for a touch of
sophisticated concert going, Kenwood House puts
on a range of open-air performances in the summer.
Film buffs can take in independent and foreign films
at London’s oldest cinema, the art-deco Phoenix,
or indulge in modern multiplex blockbusters at
Cineworld or Vue. Theatre lovers are catered to as
well, and will find plenty of drama at the respected
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