Wherever you chose to live in London you are on the right track for a fun and exciting life. Each part of the region has it's own qualities and quirks and finding the place that best suits you is a guarantee at the life you've always wanted. You should consider the SW region that is used for the south-west of London. It is used within a large number of boroughs; specifically Westminster, Wandsworth, Lambeth, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Richmond Upon Thames, Hammersmith and Fulham, Croydon and Merton. It was one of several postcodes created in London in 1857 and has changed remarkably over time.
In 1868 is combined with parts of the out-dated S (southern) region and in 1917 it was itself made a region made up of many parts when it had a number of subdivisions established within it. This was done in order that street signs and mail delivery could be improved and navigation would be more precise. Today, there are twenty eight such areas; SW1 (which itself includes eight further regions) to SW20. SW99 is an extra postcode located within SW3 and is used by businesses for PO boxes and direct marketing purposes. SW1-10 are used in parts of south-west London and SW11-20 are utilized in the Battersea ward.
The Chelsea district makes use of the SW3 code, and features Chelsea, Brompton and parts of Knightsbridge. These are within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and have the post address of LONDON, as does the rest of the SW area. SW3 borders the Thames and is connected to SW1, SW5, SW7, SW10 and SW11 and SW6 on the other side of the river. These nearby areas contain places such as Belgravia, Earls Court, Knightsbridge, West Brompton, Battersea and Clapham. Houses prices are high here, as is to be expected with SW3 being in the centre of London. Flats cost from £648,900 to £6,435,000 for one and five bedrooms respectively, with a three bedroom house in the middle at approximately £2,113,600. Houses begin at roughly £3,758,300 for a single room, increasing to £2,891,800 for three bedrooms and escalate to £7,362,200 for six bedrooms. A studio apartment is the cheapest option at around £629,000.
The homes here are well worth their money and include Georgian and Victorian terraces, red-brick mansion buildings, charming cottages, Edwardian artists' studios, multi-storey stuccos apartment blocks, war time and mock Tudor homes, among others. The world famous Chelsea Pensioners' Royal Hospital is located within the area as is Brompton Heart & Lung Hospital and the Cheyne Centreatry. Kings Road is the major retail spot of the area and it also includes a huge assortment of restaurants. Many festivals and events take place, most notably the Chelsea Flower Show. National Army Museum is also here and Battersea Park and Hyde Park are the closet open spaces. Transportation is varied and strong.
If you want to stay on the fast track to London then you should get in touch with Man and Van. We can make life easier for you with just one phone call on 020 3743 9354 as we give you advice, ease any concerns, solve any problems and list our services
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