Choosing where to live shouldn't be taken lightly. The place someone chooses as their new home will greatly affect their life. What it offers and the atmosphere it has shapes how we live our life and so you should be prepared to search thoroughly for the right place. The London region is unlikely to disappoint especially if you look at the KT postcode district.
The Kingston upon Thames region covers parts of the south-west of London and the north-east of Surrey. It encompasses the greater part of the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, as well as sections of the Boroughs of Merton and Sutton, as well as Surrey districts Reigate & Banstead, Epsom & Ewell, Elmbridge, Mole Valley, Guildford, Woking and Runnymede. The region's sorting office is the Jubilee Mail Centre close to Hounslow. In an effort to improve mail delivery and street signs, as well as make navigation easier and more precise each postcode district was subdivided into multiple areas. There are now twenty-four of them with KT, ranging from KT1 to KT24.
KT1 is the code that covers Kingston upon Thames, Hampton Wick and Norbiton, which use the post town address of KINGSTON UPON THAMES and fall into the Boroughs of Kingston upon Thames or Richmond upon Thames. Houses prices here are average for the rest of the London region. Flats are available with one to three rooms and go for roughly £213,000 to £437,000. Houses start at approximately £221,000 and increase up to around £2,287,000 for six bedrooms. Studio flats cost about £436,000.
The KT1 area is an upmarket, urban place that includes lots of green space, a riverside scene and a varied. Houses types in the area include Victorian, Edwardian and 1930's properties as well as riverside residences and fancy new houses and flats. It is also close to the location of many luxurious houses that has large homes from different periods. Many offices blocks are found here and are used by various businesses. Open spaces in the area include Bushy Park and Richmond Park, and Kew gardens and Hampton Court are not far and the Green belt countryside is close by.
Kingston has a busy and popular shopping centre with several retail arcades. There is also a traditional fruit, vegetable and fish market held regularly. Some of the top schools in the country are here which means families flock to the area. Recent developments along the river include a theatre, shops and restaurants alongside new apartments. As a university town, there are many art festivals. Concerts, exhibitions, musicals and more all year round. There are also multiple jazz and rock clubs as well as the extravagant ABC cinema. Sports facilities include Albany Park, the Hawker Centre, the Kingfisher Leisure Centre, Kingsmead Athletics and Fitness club, among others that will cater to any sport or fitness service you could need. The A3 provides all travel by road and strong railway links allow for quick and easy access to the centre of London. If all this is still not enough to convince you, the area was ranked the best place to live in Britain several years ago.
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