Of all the things we want in life a home is one of the most essential. We can spend a long time trying to find the perfect place but youíre likely to find it in the London region. There is a lot on offer here and youíre sure to find somewhere that is right for you. Each different area has something to offer so why not begin your search with the SW1P area?.
SW1P is a part of the South Western postcode district that contains several Boroughs such as Westminster, Wandsworth and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. There are twenty-seven postcode areas here, ranging from SW1A to SW10 in London and SW11 to SW20 in in Battersea. There are multiple postcodes in each area because it make travel and navigation easier and more precise, which in turn improves postal delivery. SW99 is another postcode here that doesnít represent an actual location.
SW1P is also a part of the SW1 postcode area, that is also made up on similar postcodes. SW1P itself is in he Borough of Westminster and includes the area between Victoria Station, the Houses of Parliament and Vauxhall Bridge as well as the eastern part of Pimlico. SW1 as a whole is close by to several postcode areas that include fellow SW areas SW3, SW6 and SW7, Western sections W1 and W2, Western Central sector WC2 and on the other side of the River Thames; SE1 and SE11 from the South Eastern district. These contain such places as South Kensington, Brompton, Chelsea, Marylebone, Soho, Mayfair, Bloomsbury, Waterloo, Lambeth, Paddington and Nine Elms, among others.
House prices in SW1 have been increasing recently, with homes going for between roughly £2,238,000 to £7,517,000 for two to five bedrooms and flats also donít come cheap, spanning between £1,172,000 to £4,648,000 for one to four bedrooms. Mentrose Place and Chester Square contain the most expensive homes.
Pimlico is a very busy political centre, not surprising seeing itís next to the Houses of Parliament. Much of the housing here consists of converted and renovated Victorian homes. Dolphin Square apartments is a popular place to live for members of Parliament. Churchill Gardens is a large housing estate with sixteen-thousand homes. Landmarks and places of interest here include the Tate Britain gallery which has many fine works including examples by J.W Turner. The Empire Terminal building that is a great illustration of Art Moderne, and numerous attractive churches. Transport here is strong thanks to Pimlico Station and other rail stops as well as various docking stations.
Notable residents have included former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, founder of Cancer relief Douglas Macmillan, tennis pioneer Walter Clopton Wingfield, fashion designer Laura Ashley, actors Wilfrid Brambell, Rhys Ifans and Laurence Olivier, many member of Parliament such as William Hague and Michael Howard, authors Bram Stoker and Barbara Pym, Italian football manager Gianluca Vialli, Mamma Mia!. playwright Catherine Johnson, composer Basil Harwood, musician Steve Hackett, decorated aviator Douglass Douglass-Hamilton and French leader Charles de Gaulle.
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