There are many ways to describe the boundaries of Notting Hill, which is best known as the most northern part of Kensington. There are four tube stations connecting Notting Hill to other areas in London, Westbourne Park, Ladbroke Grove, Latimer Road and Notting Hill Gate on the Circle, District, Bakerloo, Central and Hammersmith and City lines.
Notting Hill is architecturally diverse from traditional white stucco fronted townhouses in the garden and crescent residences to the easily recognizable pastel colored terraced houses along Portobello Road. Also culturally diverse it is a fashionable area catering to all tastes and has a strong Caribbean influence as seen at the Notting Hill carnival held every year in August.
Notting Hill is a hugely popular area having gone through a tremendous revival and offers a wealth of housing opportunities catering to everybody looking for furnished apartments in central London.
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Acklam Road and Blagrove
Pembridge Crescent and Pembridge Villas
St Lukes Road off Westbourne Park Road
Saint Lukes Road between Westbourne Park Road & Tavistock Road
Cambridge Gardens between Portobello Road & Ladbroke Grove
Kensington Church Street just off Notting Hill Gate