London is such a vast area that is made up of a wide array of postcodes districts. Which one you chose to be your new home can be a difficult but looking at each one can be itís own reward as you learn about London and ensure you make the right choice for you new life. First, you should look at the SW (South-Western) postcode region. It is used within the Boroughs of Westminster, Lambeth, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham, Richmond Upon Thames, Wandsworth, Croydon and Merton. It was one of the original London postcodes developed in 1857. Over time it has merged with the erstwhile S region and in 1917 it was split into multiple spin off subdivisions. These days there are twenty-eight such areas and range from SW1 (which itself is broken up into further sub areas) to SW20. SW99 is a special non-geographic postcode that is located within SW3 for the use of direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses. These sectors were formed in order to improve navigation, street signs and mail delivery by allowing people to find more specific addresses. The SW1-10 codes are used in of south-west London and SW11-20 are used in the Battersea district.
SW20 is the code used for the West Wimbledon district which features Raynes Park, Lower Morden, Merton Park and Wimbledon Chase. These are all located with in Merton and shares the same post town address with the rest of SW; LONDON. The area is at the south-western tip of London and so is bounded by SW15, SW19 and the Surrey region, meaning that Putney, Colliers Park, Croydon, Kingston and more are close at hand. Houses prices here are less expensive than most London areas buy larger homes can be considerably more expensive than smaller ones. A single bedroom home goes for around £230,000 and increases to £398,400 for two homes, but goes all the way to £1,339,200 for five bedrooms and for six bedrooms itís £2,158,500. Flats are much cheaper, starting at approximately £223,200 and increase to £316,700 for two bedrooms and up to £725,000 for four bedrooms, Studio apartments cost roughly £154,400.
The region is an attractive one that allows for easy travel and commute to the main Wimbledon area. The homes here range from 1930s flats and semis, Edwardian homes, cottages and modern apartments. The most popular homes are in Copse Hill and are large detached family residences with vast gardens that overlook the Royal Wimbledon Golf Course. There is an assortment of pubs and village stores and even more in nearby Wimbledon town. There is a sports and leisure centre in Bushey Mead and state of the art centre; the David Lloyd Club has excellent gym, pools, tennis court and restaurant facilities.
The only thing that could be better than moving into the SW20 area would be to do so easily and quickly. This can be achieved by getting in touch with Man and Van. One phone call to us on 020 3743 9354 can instantly make everything simpler as we answer your questions and give you advice
. We will list our services and can promptly supply a complimentary, no commitment necessary quote. Our services range from packing (in which we will provide containers and wrapping), furniture and large appliance removal, transport using our range of vehicles, secure storage and more, all of which will be performed by skilled and experienced professionals. We can do all for this for you if you have the appropriate parking space booked with Merton Council
. Your dream home can just be a few days away, thanks to Man and Van.