We move home for different reasons. We want to a fresh start in life, we want to be closer to fiends family, work, facilities or more, we want an atmosphere that fits more closely, we want to treat ourselves to something better, and many other reasons. Whatever it is that drives you to move in or around London you should see what the N3 postcode district can do for you.
The N or Northern postcode district is made up by parts of the Boroughs of Hackney, Islington, Camden, Barnet, Haringey and Enfield. It was one of the premier London postcodes created in 1857 and since 1917 it has been developed to include multiple sub-areas as a means to improve mail delivery and navigation, especially through the expanded information that can now be placed on street signs. There are currently twenty-three codes here, spanning from N1 to N22, as well as the non-geographic postcode that is used by businesses (in this case Electoral Reform Services) for PO boxes and direct marketing.
The Finchley District uses the N3 code and includes Finchley, Church End and Finchley Central, each which are in Barnet and have the post town address of LONDON.
N3 is enclosed by several other postcode regions. N2, N12, NW4, NW7, NW11 all borderer it meaning that East Finchley, Woodside Park, Hendon, Mill Hill, Golders Green and more are all close by. The house prices here are about the London average with two bedroom flats starting at approximately £332,000, increasing to £460,000 and £608,000 for three and four bedrooms, with the maximum being roughly £866,000 for six bedrooms. The price of a two bedroom is about £408,000, and goes up to £536,000 for three bedrooms, £771,000 for four bedrooms, £1,061,000 for five bedrooms and £1,444,000 for six bedrooms. The cheapest option is a studio flat for around £226,000.
The N3 region is mostly a suburban area. Landmarks in the area include St. Mary's parish church that has parts dating from the 13th century, Grade II listed Victorian building and museum Avenue House, College Farm is the last farm in Finchley a visitor attraction, the 1930s art deco Phoenix Cinema, the Sternberg Centre for Judaism and the 16-foot statue La Délivrance. Victoria Park is here and is the site of the annual Finchley carnival. The art depot is an arts centre in the community that features a gallery a studio and theatre. There are many schools in the area, as well as other facilities such as The Finchley Memorial hospital and Veolia Water Central. The local football team is Wingate & Finchley F. Famous residents who have lived in the area include literary giant Charles Dickens, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, social reformer Octavia Hill, London Tube map creator Harry Beck and comedian and writer Spike Milligan.
There is no reason why you shouldn't get in touch with Man and Van because we will provide you with a swift, safe and successful move that could see you in your new N3 home within a week. When you call us on 020 3743 9354 we will be able to give you advice, answer your questions, tell you about the services we provide and then give you a complimentary, no obligation quote
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we will be at your door ready to handle all of your packing, furniture and appliance removals, transport and vehicles, storage and more. We will tailor our service to suit you so get in touch and soon you could be living in your new N3 home.