It is essential for a happy life that we have a place we can call home. We want somewhere where we feel we belong and feel safe. Searching for the right place can be difficult but you're sure to find it in the London region. It has so much to offer that anywhere could become your new home, including the TW9 postcode area.
The Twickenham postcode district comprises of twenty smaller postcode areas that range from TW1 to TW20. The idea to have many smaller subsections was introduced as a way to improve mail delivery, navigation and transport, with all three aided by the fact that more information could be conveyed on street signs. The region as a whole covers parts of South-West London, Surrey and Berkshire. Its main sorting office is located in London Road, Twickenham.
TW9 contains Richmond and Kew, both of which are in the Borough of Richmond upon Thames and use the post town address of TWICKENHAM. It is bordered by the W4, SW14, TW1, TW7 and TW8 areas, meaning that Chiswick, Mortlake, Twickenham, Isleworth and Brentford are nearby. The price of homes here has remained steady for the last several years but are above London's average.
They start at approximately £530,000 for a single bedroom and increase up to £1,845,000 for five bedrooms, while flats range between roughly £341,000 to about £1,275,000 for one to five bedrooms. The most popular and expensive homes in the area are found in The Green and Cumberland Road.
You can't go wrong when considering move to Richmond because it has been named one of the happiest places to live in the entire UK. It is unsurprising because it is one of the wealthiest areas. Many previous British monarchs and members of the Royal Family have lived in the area, residing in the many extravagant homes, It is one of the biggest commercial centres in the country with over two-hundred different stores that include all of the popular high street brands. Numerous independent retailers also operate here and there is a regular farmers market. Restaurants and cafés are also abundant.
Richmond can also claim that is features many green spaces, with over a third of the entire area being fields and parks, which include the river adjacent Richmond Hill and Richmond Green that is a popular venue for leisure, relaxation and sports. That's not all, various museums , theatres, pubs, bars and leisure centres are scattered throughout and it is a recurring spot for TV and film recordings.
Kew is not without it's own charms. It is a village best known for being the location of the Royal Botanic Gardens, The Domesday Book (displayed The National Archives) and Kew Palace. There is also several churches, countless open spaces an parks, various sports clubs and teams, schools, a range of independent stores and strong transport links.
For a happy move all you need to do is get in touch with Man and Van on 020 3743 9354
. Our skilled team can be at your door to help with packing by providing materials and containers, handle furniture and large appliance removals, provide transport and vehicles, storage facilities and more. When you call use we can give your advice, essential information, tell you how to how/when to book parking with Richmond upon Thames Council
and offer a free, no commitment quote. We are waiting for your call to ensure you have the best relocation possible.