If the time has gone for you to move home, you're sure to find somewhere that is right for you in the London region because it has everything you could ever want all contained within. When trying to narrow your search you should look at each postcode area starting with the Western district.
The W postcode area is one of London's oldest regions and it includes the whole of the Borough of Westminster as well as parts of the Boroughs of Camden, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing and Brent. These places start at the centre of London and then move beside the River Thames westward. As an effort to improve the accuracy and ease of mild delivery, street signs and navigation, the region was split into multiple subdivisions, There are now twenty-six smaller postcodes rather that range from W1 to W14, with the former including its own sub-areas.
The W1U district makes up the other half of Marylebone with the W1H postcode. It is in the Borough of Westminster and uses the post town address of LONDON. Places near this district include Camden Town, Belgravia, Bayswater, Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and more, and are found in the W2, SW1, WC1, WC2 and NW1 areas. The W1U area covers a prime, central location so homes here are expensive. Flats range between roughly £614,000 and £3,592,000 for one to six bedrooms and houses start at around £1,776,000 for a single bedroom, with the maximum being approximately £7,687,000 for one to six bedrooms. There are many fine houses available here including mews from the Georgian era onwards, mansions, flats, homes redeveloped after the war and more.
Marylebone is one of the oldest and best known parts of London and is home to many of its defining features. It is known as being the location of many medical and dental practices but also includes o is nearby to the Marble Arch, Hyde Park, the University of Westminster, the BBC's Broadcasting house, Langham Hotel, Bryanston Square, All Souls Church, Madame Tussaud's, the Royal Academy of Music, Asia House, the main Selfridge's and Baker Street, which is best known for being the residence of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Other key landmarks and features include the former Austro-Hungarian in Chandos Street is now open to anyone looking to book an impressive function rooms and Manchester Square mansions that displays impressive 18th Century French art as a part of the Wallace Collection. Transportation is well covered in the area by various railway, bus and tube stations, creating easy links across all of the London region.
It's not surprising to know that many famous people have called Marylebone and the W1U area home. Some of these people include former Prime Minister Pitt the Elder, “Father of the Computer” Charles Babbage, celebrated writers Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle and H. Wells and T. Elliot, popular musicians Adam Ant, the Beatles, Noel Gallagher, Jimi Hendrix and Jacqueline du Pre, actors Norman Wisdom and Barbara Winsor and many more.
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