When searching for a home in the London region where do you start?. There are many great places to choose from so you need to find the place that has everything you need for your life. Facilities, atmosphere, transport and more all have to be considered. It's best that you take your time looking at each place individually starting with the W1F area.
The Western and Paddington postcode district encompasses the entire Borough of Westminster and parts of Camden, Ealing, Kensington & Chelsea, Hounslow, Brent and Hammersmith & Fulham. The area itself starts at the centre of the region and then moves westward alongside the River Thames. Ever since 1917 postcodes areas have been split up into smaller sections, so now there are twenty-six codes ranging from W2 to W14, with W1 having multiple codes in it. This plan was instituted in order to improve mail delivery and streets signs and to make navigation and travel easier
The W1F code is used for the north-west of Soho which is within the Borough of Westminster and uses the post town address of LONDON. The W1 district as a whole is bordered by the W2, SW1, WC1, WC2 and NW1 areas meaning that Bayswater, Belgravia, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Camden Town and many more places are nearby. The house prices in the W1 area are unsurprisingly high because of its central London location. A single bedroom home can cost roughly £1,776,000 and increases for each additional bedroom with thee costing about £2,653,000 and six being approximately £7,687,000. Flats are cheaper but still expensive, with a one bedroom flats costing around £614,000 and can increase all the way up to £2,374,000 and £3,592,000 for three and six bedrooms respectively.
Soho is known for being an entertainment district and being a sport for writers and artists to congregate. Music has also played a large part in the area with many establishments catering to musicians such as the 2i's Coffee Bar that was one of the first rock clubs in Europe. The Marquee Club is another music venue and was the place of the Rolling Stones' first ever live gig. Today Soho is one of the most multicultural areas in London, with a wide variety of people living here with different backgrounds, nationalities, religions and finances and it is the centre of London's Gay community and London's Chinatown is located here There are many nightclubs, pubs, record shops and restaurants, as well as various religious and spiritual facilities. Numerous independent film and television studios operate here, as does the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification). There are multiple tube stations here and there is an effort to reintroduce more services to the area. In Soho's honour, other leisure districts in the world have named themselves after the area.
Making the right choice about which removal firm you hire is much more clear-cut than choosing where to live. Man and Van employs a skilled team and will be able to help you as soon as you give us a call on 020 3743 9354
. We will begin to give you advice and tell you all about the services we offer. We will then offer a free, no commitment quote and assist you with booking parking space with Westminster Council
. Then we can be at your old home to take care of packing and furniture removals to get it all to your new home using our fleet of vehicles. It can take just a few days to get everything safely transferred from one address to another so give us a call and soon you could be living in a new W1F home.