Stanmore

Your All In London guide to Stanmore

The district of Stanmore was originally called ‘Stanmere’ meaning ‘Stony pool’, according to the Domesday Book. Today, Stanmore is a suburban district situated to the north west of London and it remains relatively quiet and peaceful despite its fast transport links to the City.

Stanmore Station opened in 1932 and this has encouraged commuters who prefer the quieter life whilst still being within a stone’s throw of London’s city centre. Today, Stanmore is predominately residential with generally affluent housing and a large choice of boutique shops, restaurants and cafés. Neighbouring districts include Edgware, Bushey and Kenton.

Famous residents include Dave Bassett, Theo Walcott and Billy Levey.

Going out in Stanmore

Stanmore High Street Directory


Food & Drink


Home & Garden


Health & Beauty


Clothes & Fashion


Shops & Amenities


Taxis & Transport


Stanmore Shopping Streets


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