Take A Stroll Around West Kensington, W14
The West London area of West Kensington is part of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The area encompasses some parts of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, 5.5 kilometres of Charing Cross.
The area is within the W14 postcode district. It is defined as part of the land locked between Fulham, Kensington, Shepherd’s Bush and Brook Green & Hammersmith.
The architecture of the area features residential terraced houses of the Victorian period, a number of which have been divided into flats. The properties represent some of the finest architecture of that period, with houses and even entire streets listed. Among them are the mansion blocks surrounding Avonmore Road - Avonmore Gardens, Glyn Mansions and Avonmore Mansions.
The Olympia Exhibition Centre is one of the more popular landmarks of the area. Apart from exhibitions, it also serves the purpose of conference centre and event venue. There are four locations that are used for various events: Olympia National, Olympia West, Olympia Grand and Olympia Central. In the last century, the venue has featured exhibitions such as a computer science, national radio exhibition, food fair, and hotel, restaurant and catering exhibitions.
The Queen’s Club is one of the notable private sporting clubs in London. It’s based in West Kensington and is mostly popular for hosting the annual Queen’s Club Championships tournament, which is a prestigious grass court lawn tennis sports event. The history of the event dates as far back as 1884. The tournament was then known as London Grass Court Championships.
The central location of West Kensington allows great transport links. There are 6 Tube stations all within walking distance, 3 of which are in the area itself: Kensington, Barons Court and West Kensington.
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