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Live in Golders Green
Golders Green is situated in north London, as a part of the Borough of Barnet. It was however, originally part of the Borough of Hendon, and it grew in population and size throughout the first half of the 20th century, until 1965 when it became part of Barnet. The tube station was partly responsible for this, though the Golders Green Hippodrome was also useful in attracting people to the area, as it was the home of the BBC concert Orchestra. Many people live in the area for its sense of leafy suburbia, with a lot of open space, like Golders Park, as well as pleasant residential properties. The area has high Jewish population, and this in itself attracts new residents, as well as Jewish tourists. The Kosher food service industry in the area is an attractive spectacle for visitors interested in Jewish culture and history especially. The tube station is on the northern line, giving excellent access to the city, and there are a lot of bus routes throughout the region that go further in to and out of the city. Nearby Hampstead Heath forms a wonderful area to relax in.