Kensal House is a block of flats in North Kensington, London W10.
The building was designed by architect Maxwell Fry.
The first housing development to provide the working class an all-gas service offering every amenity that a middle-class family would demand. In cooperation with Gas, Light and Coke Company GLCC.
Built on a former gas work site.
1. British Modern Architecture and Design in the 1930s by Twentieth Century Architecture 8 in 2007
The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Ladbroke Grove Underground Station Circle, Hammersmith-city
Kensal House 228, 23, 295, 316, 452, 52, 70
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