Devon House can offer you the same amazing accommodation in Kensal Rise, situated in Zone 2. Kensal Rise is a residential area with good transport links to central London. Surrounding districts include Willesden Green to the north, Harlesden to the west, Queens Park to the east and Ladbroke Grove to the south.
Young professionals flock to the area due to its excellent transportation links. Kensal Green station located on the Bakerloo line is just 20 minutes away from the West End. National Rail London Overground services, at less than 100 meters from our house, also operates to London Euston, a journey that takes around 15 minutes, with trains also going to Watford Junction. Regular services also go to Richmond, West London, Clapham Junction in the South & Stratford in East London.
In 2009, Chamberlayne Road in Kensal Rise was named by Vogue as the hippest street in Europe and the area is now home to a number of noteworthy residents including film actress Thandie Newton, singer Lily Allen, model-turned-author Sophie Dahl, author Zadie Smith, handbag designer Bill Amberg & Sienna Miller to name a few. In 2014, luxury goods maker Mulberry named its handbag Kensal.
Previously known for attracting those involved in media and creative industries, it is now attracting those working in financial services. It is also popular with Americans thanks to the American School in neighbouring St John’s Wood, as well as being popular with the French.
Whilst our Kensal Rise house does not have a living room, you can enjoy, if the weather allows it, of our big terrace with a beautiful urban landscape. The house comprises four bedrooms, one triple and three of them being double rooms. These double rooms can be used as private rooms for just one person. It also has a bathroom and a toilet. The kitchen is also newly fitted with modern appliances, including a washer, and has sufficient storage space to cater for the food supply of residents. The house also has a tumble dryer on its second floor.
– One bed in a shared room, 25 pounds per day. If your book a week or longer, the price will be 150 pounds a week (21.43 pounds a day) from the first day.
– Double room for single use, 45 pounds per day. If you are a week or longer, the price passes to 240 pounds per week (34.29 pounds per day) from the first day.