Everyone wants to live somewhere that feels right for them. We want a place that will make us feel safe, comfortable and happy. It's because of this that we should be prepared to search diligently when looking for a new home, though you can't go wrong with the KT district in the London region.
The Kingston upon Thames postcode area is part of the south-west of London and the north-east of Surrey. It covers a wide area that includes partly the Merton, Kingston Upon Thames, Sutton boroughs, as well as Surrey districts Reigate & Banstead, Mole Valley, Epsom & Ewell, Guildford, Elmbridge, Runnymede and Woking. For the past one hundred years postcodes have been broken down into multiple smaller areas. KT is no exception with it spinning off to KT1 to KT24. This was done as a way to improve mail delivery, street signs and to make navigation more precise. Each of these areas contains different places within them, with KT2 covering parts of Kingston upon Thames and Coombe. Both of which are part of the Borough of Kingston Upon Thames and have the post town address of KINGSTON UPON THAMES. The house prices in KT are similar to the rest of the London region. Flats start at around £213,000 for one bedroom, roughly £209,000 for two bedrooms and about £437,000 for three. The cheapest house is approximately £221,000 for a single room and the most expensive is about £2,287,000 for six bedrooms. Studio flats cost within the region of £436,000.
The area was once best known for being the place legendary aircraft such as the Sopwith Camel, the Hurricane, the Harrier, among others where designed and constructed. These days is a university town because of the presence of Kingston University. There is a good range of house types in Kingston such as Victorian, Edwardian and 1930's properties, and highly sought after riverside residences and luxurious houses and apartments are also available. Coombe is the location of many large and splendid homes from various periods.
Shopping is well catered for here, with many high street retailers and boutiques that can be found in Bentall shopping centre and some department stores and there is a regular market that has been held for centuries. The Rotunda building consist of a bowling alley, a fitness centre, a cinema and restaurants. The Rose Theatre is a popular venue, as is the Crack Comedy Pub opened in 2002. The River Thames flows by here and acts as the area's major open space, though Canbury Gardens, a promenade and a picturesque riverbank is nearby. There are many strong transport links with bus routes and railway stations all over the town, allowing for easy travel around London. There are many sports and fitness clubs here, as well as restaurants and pubs.
If you want to make this great place your new home then you should get in touch with Man and Van. As a skilled removal firm we will be able to handle each and every job necessary to make your relocation a success. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we'll give you advice and tell you about our services
. If you so require we can offer a gratis, no obligation quote that will highlight our excellent prices.
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