There are so many places in London that it can be difficult to find somewhere to live. There are many ways to go about your search, looking at each Borough is one way be can tackle while. Using each postcode region is better as it splits the region into manageable portions. If this is the way you’ve been looking then you should take more than a glance at the CR postcode district. It is responsible for the Croydon area in South London and north-east surrey. The Boroughs that use this postcode are, of course, Croydon and parts of Sutton, Merton, Tandridge and Reigate & Banstead.
The area is made of nine postcode municipalities ranging from CR2 to CR9 and including CR0. There have been many changes to the postcodes here over time. Since 1917 all postcode London areas have had these postcodes subdivisions created but CR has undergone even more alterations. In 1966 CRO was used, differing from the usually two letters. This was dropped eventually but it was easily transformed into CR0.These changes are done for a number of reasons including helping with post delivery, improving street signs and making navigation easier.
CR7 specifically is used in Thornton Heath, which resides in Croydon and so used the CROYDON post town address. House prices are among some of the cheapest in all of London. Studio flats go for approximately £97,300 and flats are much more expensive, with the asking prices being £128,200, £128,800, £172,200 and £244,900 for one to four rooms respectively. Houses aren’t much more expensive with a single bedroom home at around £135,200 and increase to £243,400 for three bedrooms and then towards £391,400 for six bedrooms. There is a range of housing from the 18th and 19th century, with many homes originating from the 1920s and 1930s semis that are perfect for families.
A cheap house alone should not be the reason you move into an area, as it should be all the things that there are to see and do. There are many shops, restaurants and pubs as well as entertainment facilities in CR7 and there is a good share of green space with the likes of Norbury Park, South Norwood Country Park and Mitcham Commons in the area. Sports and fitness centres are scattered around and the home grounds of Crystal Palace F. are nor far. There area also boasts good schools and many transport links to move around, out and back into London.
So if you’ve settled on moving to CR7 then there’s only one thing left to tackle; the move itself. This can be a difficult and drawn out process but you can have it all done with minimal work and within days. Call Man and Van on 020 3743 9354 and we can start to make things easier by giving you advice, answering any questions you have and giving you a complete rundown of our services
. This includes proving materials for packing your goods which we will put to use to ensure everything will be safe for the duration of the move. Large objects such as wardrobes and sofas can be a problem but not for our skilled team as they have them expertly removed from the building. Our range of transport can get everything to your new address where we will then unpack and unload everything and move those sizeable belongings to wherever you need them. Once you’ve chosen one, all or more of these facilities we can give you a free quote. So book parking space with Croydon Council
and we’ll be at your door to assist you with your CR7 move.