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Nestled between the popular districts of Kensington, Chelsea, South Kensington and West Kensington, Earl’s Court was once home to the internationally renowned indoor exhibition arena and concert venue that closed its doors in 2014.
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Back in 1869, when the construction of its first railway station was completed, the area was transformed from a rural area covered in fields to a densely populated suburb for over 10,000 people. It was just after World War II that a number of immigrants from Poland settled in the area, which led a sub-district of it being known as ‘The Danzig Corridor’.
The area went through further transformation after the arrival of a large influx of travellers from Australia and New Zealand who opted to use the locale as a UK hub. The affordable housing option on offer attracted them and it became the best place to buy and sell a VW camper van. It was not until the 1990s that it got closer to being on par with its wealthier neighbours. The gentrification of the area has led to rocketing property prices that are almost equal to the expensive districts either side of it.
Previous notable residents include Alfred Hitchcock, Freddy Mercury, Hattie Jacques and Diana, Princess of Wales. It is now home to a large Filipino community.
With regards to attractions, check out the 50s café to be found on Old Brompton Road known as the Troubadour. You can catch a live music show or a spoken word performance. The menu on offer has a rural-feel and is not expensive.
Earls Court is also close to the majority of London museums such as the Victoria and Albert and the Natural History Museum.