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Queen's Park man and vanIf you're looking for more than just any old home, and you want something special then Queen's Park is the ideal place for your move. It is in north-west London and a part of north the Borough of Brent and the City of Westminster. It is north-west of Charing Cross and it's postcode districts are NW6, NW10 AND W10. It lies between Kilburn and Kensal Green. The area was originally developed from 1875 and named for Queen Victoria. The park of the same name opened in 1887.
The parish if Willesden was used a the focal point for the north of Queen's Park, with the parish of Chelsea making up the south. Between 1895 and 1900 Solomon Barnett was responsible for many two-storey terraced houses being constructed, with more gothic style building erected between 1900-1905 in the west of the area. Many of the early residents were clerical workers, teachers and bank clerks. The north of Queen's Park was mostly homes for families. Various architectural styles were incorporated for the homes throughout the region. South of Queen's Park is the estate with around two-thousand houses. In recent years  many buildings have been converted into flats. The two main high streets are Salusbury Road and Chamerlayne. The area is popular because of it's proximity to Central London and home to numerous and luxurious housing.
Man with a van Queen's Park removalsThe area is very diverse with people of different international origins living here and numerous places of worship to cater to different faiths. The number of shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs have been on the increase with the Organic Café and Worldly Wicked being two prominent eateries. Every Sunday the Queen's Park Farmers' Market is held on the grounds of Salusbury Primary School, and attracts people form all over west London. There are several train and tube stations in the area. The major feature of Queen's Park is the open space of the same name, which has garnered the prestigious Green Flag Award. It has hosted shows by the Royal Agricultural Society and was visited by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. It is also the former home of Queen's Park Rangers. The park offers tennis courts, an ornamental garden, playground with paddling pool, a pétangue pitch, an animal farm and a cafe.
A home shouldn't just be a building you, live in it should be your palace. You should feel like royalty and so you deserve the best place to live. Queen's Park can offer that and when you've decided to move here then you should get in touch with Man and Van. A true royal would never do hard work themselves and so that is why you should call for our assistance for we will handle your move for you with skill and speed. Call us on 020 3743 9354 and we will tell you about our services and we can offer a free quote.
Once our team arrives they will be able to properly pack all of your belongings so that they will be safe and clean throughout the duration of the move. We can have any large items out of your home with ease and it's important that parking space is booked so that our vehicles can remain outside while they are [packed and later unpacked at your new address. We can also offer storage facilities if you do not want your things at your new home immediately. Once everything has arrived at your latest residence we will unload everything and have it set up inside for you. With our help you be living in Queen's Park as a king or queen so call today.