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Holland Park, London

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Holland Park is an area of Kensington, on the western edge of Central London, that contains a street and public park of the same name. It has no official boundaries but is roughly bounded by Kensington High Street to the south, Holland Road to the west, Holland Park Avenue to the north, and Kensington Church Street to the east. Adjacent districts are Notting Hill to the north, Earl's Court to the south, and Shepherd's Bush to the northwest.

The area is principally composed of tree-lined streets with large Victorian townhouses, and contains many shops, cultural tourist attractions such as the Design Museum, luxury spas, hotels, and restaurants, as well as the embassies of several countries. The street of Holland Park is formed from three linked roads constructed between 1860 and 1880 in projects of master builders William and Francis Radford, who were contracted to build and built over 200 houses in the area. Notable nineteenth-century residential developments in the area include the Royal Crescent and Aubrey House.

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  • Holland Park is a delightfully pleasant and easily accessible green space in the inner London neighbourhood of Kensington. It was once the grounds of Cope Castle, a large Jacobean mansion hidden in....  more »
  • Holland Park is probably better known as a select residential area between Marble Arch and Notting Hill Gate or just a station on the Central Lane rather than one of the smaller of Central London’s...  more »
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