The place you choose to live has to have everything you want. It has to have the right atmosphere, the necessary facilities and services and more. It can be hard to find something that matches perfectly but you're sure to find it in the London region if you search hard enough, so why not start your quest with the SW14 postcode district?.
SW14 is one of twenty-eight smaller postcode areas that make up the larger South Western region. The main section was created in 1857 and it's subsections were first introduced in 1917. SW1 (which is made up of it's own divisions such as SW1A) to SW10 are used within London, while SW11 to SW20 are used in Battersea. These areas where implemented as a means to improve street signs and mail delivery, as well as make travel and navigation easier and more accurate. SW95 is another postcode that exists here that is used by businesses for direct marketing and PO boxes.
SW14 is on the outskirts of the main London region and is made up by Mortlake and East Sheen that fall into the Boroughs of Richmond upon Thames and utilise the post town address of London. It borders the SW13, SW15, W4, TW9 and TW19, postcode districts, meaning that it is close to Barnes, Castlenau, Putney, Chiswick, Richmond, Stanwell and more. For a central location it's obviously an expensive place to live. The cheapest homes go for roughly £569,000 for a single bedroom and increase up to about £1,972,000 for five. Flats span between around £252,000 to £511,000 for one to three bedrooms. The most popular living locations here are Fife Road and The Mall.
Mortlake is on the south bank of the River Thames between Kew and Barnes. It is know for being the finish point of the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race and other major rowing contests take place here. Stag Brewery is a key landmark and has existed for hundreds of years. There main two places of worship are St. Mary Magdalen's Roman Catholic Church Mortlake and St. Mary the Virgin Mortlake. There are three railway stations here. The advisor to Elizabeth I, John Dee, resided here, and it is the resting place of Sir Richard Burton and Tommy Cooper.
East Sheen is a suburban area with a main high street that features many small boutiques and other stores. There are several open spaces here such as Britain's second largest walled park; Richmond Park, famous for it's deer and Palwell Common that has many facilities for sports and leisure. There is a railway station here and several bus services. Notable residents from here include musicians Mark Bolan, Jarvis Cocker, Katherine Jenkins, comedians Omid Djalili and Catherine Tate, newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald, actors Tom Hardy, Daniel Craig, Beth, Roy Kinnear, Robert Pattinson and James Beck, TV presenter Davina McCall, tennis ace Tim Henman, political commentator Andrew Marr and inventor of the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee.
If you're eager to find out why these people chose the SW14 area as their home then you should get in touch with Man and Van. With one phone call to 020 3743 9354 we can make things easier as we tell you about all of the services we provide and give you a free quote, not to mention give advice
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