If you're looking for a new home in or around London then it can be difficult if you search each small area or borough one at a time. A great way to go about this is to examine each area by it's postcode. These encompass large sections of London but allow you to go into more detail by looking at it's subdivisions. The WC area represents the Western Central part of London, and encompasses the Boroughs of Camden, City of Westminster and Islington, as well as part of the City of London. It is situated in the centre of London.
From 1917 each postcode area in London has been split up so that it contains smaller sections. WC currently has fourteen of them, each with WC1 or WC2 and then a letter following them. This was done so that navigation and mail delivery could be more accurate, and street signs could convey more specific information. The WC1B area has the post town address of LONDON and covers Bloomsbury and the British Museum, both of which are in Camden.
The house prices in this area are amongst the most expensive in all of London. A studio flat here costs around £278,000, with a one bedroom flat averaging at £382,000 and going up to £1,883,000 for an apartment with six bedrooms. Houses also follow this trend, with a single bedroomed home going for £394,000, a three bedroomed at around £1,557,000 and going all the way up to £4,021,000 for six bedrooms. WC1B's proximity to Central London makes it a popular place to live as is evidenced by the house prices. Most of these are from the 1930s onwards and include mansion like homes. Many of the apartments here are above commercial premises, especially the case with university stores. Many of the standalone homes are from the Georgian era and are found near the Museum.
No other area in London can compete when it comes to parks and open spaces with the area boasting a large number. The British Museum is one of the most visited spots in the UK and features exhibits from multiple time periods from all corners of the globe. Bloomsbury Theatre is also close by, as are numerous second-hand bookshops. Many conventional stores can be found here, with all the leading high street brands. Transport link here are impressive allowing for easy access to all of London.
With all this and more to offer the MC1B area sounds like the perfect place to live and the only way it could be better would be to have a trouble free move. This can be easily achieved by getting in contact with Man and Van. We can start to give you advice and answer your questions and then tell you about all the services we provide. These include assisting you with your packing, as we can provide various kinds of wrapping and containers so that we can safely transport any of your goods. Large furniture and appliances can normally be very difficult to handle but we can move them from your home with ease, ensuring that they take no damage.
As long as you have booked parking with Camden Council
we can provide a range of vehicles to pick up and drop off your belongings at both your old and new residence. We don't abandon you here though as we will unload and unpack all your things and then help you move them into your home. So call now on 020 3743 9354 and we can provide a free quote that will act as the first step to your new home