Serviced Apartments Church End

Top Serviced Apartments in Church End

Church End is one of the prettiest areas to live in London. It has the quaintness and authenticity of a charming village with large homes and abundant character. The residents here are welcoming while pricey real estate and amazing gardens make it natural to see soaring demand for serviced apartments Church End. Roads like Dollis Avenue, Hendon Avenue and St Mary’s Avenue define the locality with their wonderful architecture and tranquility. The area is often called Finchley Central and lies within the Barnet borough of London. There is the Finchley Central Underground station, an old church and many other attractions. 

Top Serviced Apartments in Church End:

  • West Finchley 

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Where to Stay in Church End

You should ideally look for serviced apartments Church End in places which are quiet and well connected. These include West Finchley and even areas like St Mary’s Avenue, Hendon Avenue and Dollis Avenue. Regent Park Road is another major draw along with the North Circular Road and the Ballards Lane. People also prefer Nether Street and Long Lane.  

Facts About Church End

Church End or Finchley Central lies within the Barnet borough and it is known for its Finchley Central Underground Station along with an ancient church. Here are some interesting facts about this locality: 

  • St Mary’s Church been the core of this settlement for more than 800 years and it retains portions going back to the 15th century. 
  • There is a retail district covering Ballards Lane and Regents Park Road towards the northern part of the region. This has a shopping parade reminiscent of Edwardian and Victorian times in tandem with contemporary stores like Tesco and Sainsbury’s. 
  • Victoria Park hosts the Finchley Carnival, one of the biggest annual fairs held in July. It goes back to 1905. This park has its own clubhouse, lawn bowls and croquet club. 
  • Noted institutions like Avenue House (built in the year 1859) and the Jewish cultural centre, i.e. the Sternberg Centre, are landmarks in the area. The former is now home to the Finchley Society. Avenue House was home to Henry Inky Stephens, son to the famous Dr Henry Stephens, the founder of the Stephens Ink Company, the first ones to produce Blue-Black Writing Fluid in the year 1832. 
  • The Stephen Collection museum was created to commemorate both the family and this major invention alike.
  • Avenue House was left by Stephens to the people of the area when he died in 1918. This property covers 10 acres of immaculately landscaped gardens and parklands. 

Weather in Church End

The weather in Church End comprises of comfortable and shorter summers along with longer, cold and cloudy winters. The best time to visit is between late June and early September.