Are you looking for somewhere to live in London?. Is it becoming more and more difficult to chose somewhere because of all the options available?. If so you should focus your search using the postcode areas that are used in the region. It splits everywhere up into digestible pieces and allows you to easily go in depth if necessary. The SW (South-Western) postcode is one of the main London postcodes created in 1857 and obviously covers the south-west of the region.
When the S region was abolished in1868, some of it was amalgamated into SW, then from 1917 onwards all London postcodes have had subdivisions created within them because it allowed for more accurate navigation, easier mail delivery and allowed for street signs to have expanded information printed on them. There are currently twenty-eight in SW, ranging from SW2 to SW20, with SW1 having multiple districts such as SW1A and SW1E. SW99 is a non-geographic postcode located within SW3 that is used for direct marketing and PO Boxes by businesses. SW1-10 cover the south-west London areas with SW11-20 encompassing the Battersea district. SW7 is responsible for South Kensington and a part of Knightsbridge which are both located with the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The post town sued on addresses is LONDON. SW7 is bordered by SW1, SW3, SW5, W2 and W8, meaning that Westminster, Chelsea, Earls Court, Hyde Park and Paddington are nearby.
House prices here are some of the most expensive in all of London. The cost of a flat can go from £800,000, to £2,500,000 to £8,718,000 for one bedroom, three bedrooms and six bedrooms respectively. Houses follow a similar trend with single bedroom homes costing about £1,973,000, three bedroom homes at £2,806,000 and £8,249,000 being the asking price for six bedrooms. A studio apartment goes for approximately £511,000. The housing itself is very popular and each home is quite large, earning their high cost. There are a wide variety of house types including, terraces, cottages, inter-war flats, townhouses, mansions and more.
The area is very cultural with Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall both being here. The park hosts many exhibits, and features leisure activates and events. The Hall holds regular performances from top music, entertainment and comedy acts including The Proms, Cirque du Solei, the English national Ballet and more. Educational facilities are also prominent here, with such establishments as the Royal College of Music, the Royal College of Art, the Royal Geographic Society, among others. Museums are also common with such heavy hitting historical venues the Natural History Museum, the Geological Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. There are key meeting places for various religions here such as the Brompton Oratory and the Ismaili Centre. There is a whole host of different transport available making travel simple.
This barely sums up all that there is to offer in the SW7 region so if you want to get here as soon as possible so you can experience it yourself that you should call Man and Van now on 020 3743 9354
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