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Overview : Holland Park, bordering Notting Hill to the east and Shepherds Bush to the west has always been home to the well heeled, albeit those with an artistic leaning. The park itself resembles more private garden than public park, complete with Japanese meditation garden. Holland Park Avenue supports many independent local shops, including Lidgates, one of London's finest butchers.
People : Richard Branson, Michael Winner, John Cleese. Holland Park is home to ambassadors, bankers and media professionals at the zenith of their success. City professionals also make their home here, with easy access to the City on the Central Line combined with the cachet of a Holland Park address and a wide choice of rental property styles it is easy to see why. Families are also drawn to the area with some excellent local schools.
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If its not too late, I went to a wedding in Holland Park. It was brilliant. They rented the Orangery for the service and the Belvedere for the reception. Pretty excellent all round. Very memorable and romantic.
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Holland Road is a busy road, but the area is very good....it is safe and has a lot of amenities nearby. I
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Hi there, I'm looking at moving to Kensington Olympia and have seen places in Sinclair Road / Elsham Road. There seem to be more available and at a lower price than other areas nearby. Anyone know why? I thought maybe the reason was noise from the trains nearby? but would be great to have a more informed opinion
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I've been going to a wonderful dentist in Holland Park , Aron Balkin. The dental practice is on Hollland Park Avenue, next to the BMW showroom.He's great at making me calm, explains things, and generally makes it a positive experience !!!! I also think he did some training in America which may be useful to you.
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We've moved here from the States and would like to find a good local dentist. Can anyone recommend one who is good with nervous patients?
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I am a friendly, professional music teacher, graduated from the Royal Academy of Music. Have four years of teaching experience. I teach both children and adults from beginners to advanced. Apart from violin and piano lessons, I teach improvisation and composition as well since it is something I really love. I charge £30 an hour.
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One of my best friends is a relative to Lars Anfinset.
His name is ... Lars Anfinset (!). Born in 1969. Lars lives in Gothenburg in Sweden but has strong connections to Hol in Norway.
I've sent you an e-mail with contact information.
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Since posting this the A2 airbus has been removed from service. The Heathrow Express from Paddington is now the fastest way into heathrow from Holland Park. Central Line Tube to Lancaster Gate then three minute walk to Paddington station.
For what it's worth:)
If you're still looking (why no year dates on this site?) I would strongly reccomend calling the of Borough Kesington and Chelsea Council - their website will have info and lots of contact detals
I am a Master's student at the Royal College of Music, have already obtained a postgraduate diploma in performance and have a lot of experience in teaching little children. Would be able to teach at your place. 30£ per hour.
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She is a great doctor!!!
I used to go to Portland Road Practise and liked them- there used to be female GPs there but things cld have changed
Avoid the dentist on High St Ken, the one towards the middle, up some stairs (sorry, can't remember name) as they charged me a fortune for cleaning my teeth (£43) plus the standard £25 and then told me I needed a filling at £100. I went to see an NHS dentist in Brixton who is very good and he couldn't see where I needed it! 3 years have gone by and my tooth is still ok!
Hi! I am about to move to London and i saw on internet a few flat in Holland Road. How is living there? Is it a quite and safe place to live?
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Depends what time you take the tube. 7am is fine, lots of seats but anytime after 8 - 8:15am be prepared to stand.
Does anybody have any information on a house that was owned by the Kennedy family between the 1st and 2nd WW's. My grandmother (Doris D'Harty) lived there during this period.
Any information would be most welcome.
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The Castle pub, 100 holland park road, 60 yards from station, with the "lifedrawingsociety.com" invite you to our new Sunday late afternoon life drawing session.
When we have 10 confirmed interests we will start and give you constant new exiting themes to draw.
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I'm moving to the area and would prefer a local dentist who comes with a recommendation, thanks,
Is the recommendation for The Holland Park Surgery for any doctor in particular, I'm looking for a female doctor, thanks,
I saw your post and I was wondering if I could join your footie team?
I have just moved into London in Holland Park. I'm 29 and looking to meet new people away from work. Can you get back to
maybe you should walk?
hope anyone can help, I would to to know the location of the Amercian Burr Oak tree and the Pyreneon oak in Holland Park, also any other rarities in the park
the glass 'sculpture' indicates the height of the water reservoir - this runs across central London - appatently
It is a water pressure meter, but also serves a a piece of sculpture. The huge London Ringmain passes directly under here (the tunnels are bigger than those on the tube).
With the Thames Water Tower sticking out the top of Holland Park roundabout, I think it is the site of an underground reservoir.
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Hi, I am a 17 yrs old girl. I am looking for some one who can teach me how to play tennis ,if u would like to be that person, please contact me on:
A friend suggested I hold my wedding in Holland Park. Does anyone know of weddings previously held in Holland Park? I would appreciate any suggestions or information about this.
Hello... This might sound a bit bizzare, but for research purposes could anyone please tell me what is on Holland Park Roundabout?
It would be greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know a violin teacher or course for children
I am looking for a violin teacher or a small group for my daughter 7 year old & approach to grade I.
I wonder if someone can help. A posting was made to a playwork mailing list recently by a 19 year-old girl who as a child used to attend the adventure playground in Holland Park and she would dearly like to make contact with a playworker who used to work there 10 or more years ago. His name was Julian, but she cannot remember his surname. Her attempts to track him down have so far been unsuccessful. If anyone has any details i would be grateful if you could forward them to me directly at this email address:
I wonder if any of you may be able to help? I had the good fortune of going to a reception, to celebrate the launch of the BBC Neighbourhood Gardener scheme, held at The Orangery in Holland Park in July. The park made such an impression on me with its vibrancy and how alive the place was. (I read a comment elsewhere on here that said the park was "soulless"........if it is then it wasn't the same place I saw! It was terrific with so much going on - everywhere was alive. And black bunnies too!
Anyway here is my plea - I'm a student in Suffolk studying Landscape design and we've been given an assignment on public parks and gardens. Most people are doing areas in Suffolk, but because your park has made such an impression on me I would like to do my assignment on Holland Park.
Could anybody help me, please, with the historical side of the garden? Does anybody have access to the public records office for this kind of info?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
holland park IS notting hill - without the riff raff.
Holland Park is exclusive, and slightly less frenetic than Notting Hill Gate, with bigger trees and more established and considerate neighbours. The park itself is stunning, and High Streen Kensington has some of the best shops - a microcosm of Oxford Circus, within walking distance. Far from being soul-less, Clarendon Cross feels like an extension of Portobello Road, very dinky and child friendly, yet with designer shops and wine bars. There are few places as accessible to town (12 minutes Central Line tube to Holborn) that enable you to return and forget you live in London. You pay for the safety, and beauty and accessibility - the A40 roundabout is closeby and is direct to Oxford. Prices are high because it is the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, with the best parking permit around! You get what you pay for in London.
This house was very nice before the second world war. I do not know if it still is there, but once it had three floors.
The first floor had a landing, an elevator and a new kitchenette.
The second floor had three bedrooms, where the smallest probably was a childrenroom, since it had a door into one of the bigger one. Second floor also held a new bathroom straight across from the stairs. The dining room and sitting room where on the other side of the bedrooms, connekted with new sliding doors.
The elevator proably went from the kitchen and up to the sitting room.
Third floore had two bedrooms, a small to the left and a bigger to the right. They had no doors between them.
I have only the drawing it, so pictures and maps and history will be of great of great interest.
If anyone have information about Lars Anfinset
from Hol in Norway that lived there until he passed away in 1934 please feel free to send me a mail.
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It's become a Marks and Spencer food hall...
Holland Park is green and safe yet expensive. The Avenue is beautiful, in spite of being a main traffic thoroughfare, and Holland Park boasts the largest area of untouched woodland in the Capital - a great place to walk a dog. 1800 pounds will easily find you a good one or two bedroom flat...though the shops are on the expensive side, the choice of quality produce is fantastic - Lidgate's butcher is phenomenal and Maison Blanc bakery is like a little corner of Paris. You are never far from the tube in Holland Park, it does have a lift rather than an escalator. When I travel to heathrow from Holland Park I always take the A2 airbus from Holland Park Avenue. It costs eight pounds for a return ticket and the journey time to Terminal one is 30 - 60 minutes varying greatly depending on the time of day, traffic etc. It's quicker than the picadilly line anyway and buses depart every 15-20 minutes. Local buses are good too. Do let me know if there's anything else U'd like 2 know:)
I am french and will live two years in London. I signed a contract in holland park before having read your email ...so could you please just say me if there is a swimming-pool, a gym club and where are the most convenient shops (safeway,sainsburys...). I will be in russell road.
Many thanks for your answer.
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I hav eto confess that even if I have moved south I'm still with them (bit of cheating) but I won't risk to swap them!
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The cafe was designed & build by a London company called Feilden & Mawson. I think it looks rather good, don't you?
Does anybody know which architect designed the new cafe in Holland Park?
Holland Park surgery on Holland Park (thoase swanky white mansion houses opposite the tube) The GPs are great, waiting times not too bad (I don't think) and there's always parking. It's 73 Holland Park, I think. Great dentist too down the bottom of Holl Pk Ave on the corner of Addison Avenue, Dr Reznek. He's a fantastic dentist.
Holland Park is great, but quite soul-less, I find. (I grew up there and have since moved away - not least because I can't afford it!) The area is beautiful though and the people well-to-do. It's really well located for nipping into town (central line is great and 94 and 148 buses are good - and the N94 runs regularly from Piccadilly Circus throughout the night) but my one piece of advice is that the District Line is an absolutely terrible line. If you had to take this everyday to join the Piccadilly line at Earl's Court, it would drive you mad (as it did me when I was working at St James'). If it's leafy, parky, nice residential areas that you are looking for and you want to be near the Piccadilly Line, you might want to consider Baron's Court/Stamford Brook or even somewhere on the river. This area is lovely and parky and could be much more convenient for you than Holland Park. There are some really lovely areas around there and with your budget, you could get something much nicer th
This is a far fetched question, I once had a fiction book, set in Holland Park, it was set in current time, I beleive the main character played the violin, and a man from the 16th century crossed over into our time, it was a great book, I loaned it out, and that person lost it, I would love to read it again, any ideas, Thanks
I've been to London many times; usually stay at Hotel Russell on Russell Square (Russell tube station has a lift) and on Piccadilly line, direct to Heathrow. Now I am planning to move to London to live. It will be my wife, dog & cat. I will be working both from home and also spend time at Heathrow area office. Piccadilly line seems best. Just looking at the map, Earl's court made since. Does anyone have thoughts as to good neighborhood? Holland Park? I would think I can afford 1800 pounds a month, need 2 bedroom or one bed room with office. Obviously, safe and would be nice to be able to walk the dog on some grass somewhere. Thanx!
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