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Living in Dollis Hill
Dollis Hill is an area of north-west London that fall in the London Borough of Brent. Because of its proximity to Willesden, it is often thought to be a part of it, although the place is thought to be originally derived from the Dollis Hill House estate. The 96-acre Gladstone Park, created in 1901, was part of the Dollis Hill grounds and dominates most of the district. Dollis Hill tube station is serviced by the Jubilee line of the Underground railways. Dollis Hill House suffered a lot of damage in 1996 fire and was demolished in 2012. Dollis Hill itself suffered a lot of damage during the World War I and the new suburban houses that were built subsequently obliterated most of Dollis Hill’s undulating meadows. Dollis Hill has a diverse population derived from various ethnic groups such as Arab, Polish, Jews, Caribbean, Kiwis, Irish and others. There are many pubs and eateries that operate in the region and good access to shops and other utilities. On the whole, Dollis Hill is a great place for suburban living with easy access to the main city.