This leafy suburb in north west London is now a densely populated residential area, however it didn’t really start to develop till after World War I. Due to its proximity to Hendon and its aerodrome various aircraft manufacturing companies appeared, as well as car specialists. As more factories opening houses were built to accommodate the works, hence the local architecture consists of 1930s style semi-detached and detached housing. There may not be that much to do in terms of entertainment (and there is certainly no nightlife) but there are numerous green spaces and the area is served by the Jubilee line.
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