Buying and moving into a new home is always going to be a big decision. You have to make sure you have the time and money to make it happen but once it's all sorted you can reap many benefits. The new area can bring an assortment of things to do and people to meet. Your new home will now match your needs with more space or facilities. There's also all the fun of decorating it so it suites your personality. With all this to look forward to we try not to worry about the move.
It is easy to be anxious about the moving process because there's a lot of work involved. Organising your belongings, getting wrapping and containers, carrying everything out of your house, arranging transport and then carrying everything into your new home is a lot of work. This itself isn't even everything because you also have to book parking space
, look into storage facilities and face the difficulties of getting large objects like washing machines and furniture out of your home and into you new one without damaging the item, the building and yourself.
You wish there was a simple solution but you think there can't be one. Luckily, there is. Man and Van is a local removals firm who can tackle each and everyone of your moving problems. Our skilled team have the experience and know how to do every process swiftly and safely so within a day or two you'll be out of your old home and in your new one. Call us on 020 3743 9354 and we can begin to answer your questions, give you tips and more information about our services
. We can help you at any point of your move so there's no need to hesitate to get in touch. Once we know how you want our assistance we can provide a free, no obligation quote and we're certain you'll be as impressed with our prices as you will with our services.
If Finchley is where you want to make your home then you should know that it is a part of the London Borough of Barnet, within the north of London. It is north of Charring Cross and the River Thames, and south of Barnet. To the west is Dollis Brook and Mutton Brook is in the south. Finchley's postcode districts are N2, N3 and N12. It was previously made up a portion of Middlesex but became a municipal borough in 1933 and then section of Greater London in 1965. It is a mostly suburban area, with several town centres.
The area was not listed within the Domesday Book but the land was owned by the Bishop of London. It was mainly woodland but buildings were constructed around St. Mary's Church. Many years later railway and tram services were developed, as was the underground. During this time the area was rebuilt and began to take shape.
Notable landmarks in the area consist of the previously mentioned St. Mary's Church, as well as the Victorian building Avenue House. College Farm is open to visitors and the Phoenix Cinema is one of the oldest in the country and the old manor house now acts as the Sternberg Centre for Judaism. Famous sculptor, Eric Aumonier's work can be seen in Finchley, with The Archer and La Delivrance both on public display. Finchley also homes the artsdepot centre, Victoria Park and Avenue House and Grounds.
So when you've made that difficult decision get in touch with Man and Van and we'll make everything else easy.