My North London practice is based in Kentish Town.
My Kentish Town practice has comfortable and quiet rooms at ground level and just below.
The building has two sets of rooms with different entrances. At one entrance there are three steps down. At the other there are about 10 stairs down. (Neither has a lift.)
- Kentish Town underground (Northern Line) – 7 minute walk.
- Kentish Town mainline station (First Capital Connect Bedford-Brighton line) – 7 minute walk.
- Gospel Oak or Kentish Town West overground (Richmond-Stratford and Gospel Oak-Barking lines) – 15-20 minute walk.
- Kings Cross/St Pancras International, serving the North, Scotland and mainland Europe (Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City lines) – three stops away (Northern line), one stop away (Mainline).
- Euston, serving the North (Northern and Victoria Lines) – two stops away.
- Liverpool Street, serving the East (Central, Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City lines) – seven stops away.
- Guide to parking in Leighton Road provided by Camden Council. (pdf leaflet)
- Guide to parking in Brecknock Road provided by Camden Council. (pdf leaflet)
- Guide to parking in Kentish Town Road provided by Camden Council. (pdf leaflet)
- Guide to parking in Fortess Road provided by Camden Council. (pdf leaflet)
- Search for parking in the Borough of Camden
- Park-Up – London-wide parking finder.
- Parkopedia – a few fairly local suggestions.
- 393 (stops nearby)
Kentish Town sits between:
- Highgate/Holloway to the North
- Camden to the South
- Islington to the East
- Belsize Park/Chalk Farm to the West
It is walking distance from Hampstead Heath, which is one of my all-time favourite places in London. Parliament Hill Lido and the various ponds on the Heath are wonderful places to spend time in summer. Primrose Hill and Regents Park are not far away. And then there is Camden Market, and Camden’s many music venues. Kentish Town Road has a number of cafes, as does Fortess Road to the north of the tube station.