Why chose to live in the London region?. Do you want to be at the UK’s centre for politics, fashion, art, sports, history and more?. Do you want to have access to numerous high quality services?. Do you want to be among the best businesses in the country?. If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you’re in luck because all of this is here, and for the perfect location for a home, why not look at the W1G area?.
The W code is used for the Western and Paddington district, which starts at the centre of London and then moves westward alongside the River Thames. It is utilised within the entirety of the Borough of Westminster and parts of the Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hounslow and Brent. In order to improve mail delivery and street signs, as well as make navigation and travel more accurate, numerous subdivisions were created within each postcode area. There are now twenty-six of them in London ranging from W1 (and its own many spin offs) to W14.
One of these areas is W1G which encompasses Harley Street which falls into the Borough of Westminster and uses the post town address of London. The W1 district is surrounded by the WC1, WC2, W2, SW1, and NW1 postcode areas that contain Bayswater, Bloomsbury, Belgravia, Camden Town, Covent Garden. If you want to live in a central London location such as this you have to be prepared to pay a great deal to do so. Flats start at around £614,000 and increase to roughly £2,374,000 and £3,592,000 for three and six bedrooms. Houses follow a similar trend with the ranges being approximately £1,776,000, £2,653,800 and £7,687,500 for one, three and six bedrooms, with two, four and five bedroom homes also available.
Harley Street is most well-known for its large number of specialists in medicine and surgery. Ever since the 19th century many hospitals and medical establishments have been set up here and so many doctors and other health professionals flocked to the area. Today, there are over three-thousand people employed here in various clinics, medical, paramedical practices and hospitals such as The London Clinic. Many of these people came here to take advantage of the spacious housing and its proximity to multiple important railway stations such as Paddington, Kings Cross, Marylebone and more, as well as nearby Tube stations Regent's Park and Oxford Circus. Queen’s College is located here and is one of the oldest girls’ school in the country, with it being founded in 1848. Notable former residents of the area include Prime Minister William Gladstone who served numerous times between 1874-1892, Romantic landscape painter J.W Turner and Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue.
It’s no question as to why you would choose Man and Van to assist you with your move because as a skilled removal firm we can make everything easier for you with just one phone call to 020 3743 9354
. When you get in touch give you advice and provide full details of all our services. We can then offer a free, no obligation quote and help you book parking with Westminster Council
. When all this has been a arranged our skilled team will be at your door to take care of all your packing and furniture and appliance removals. Everything will be then loaded on to our range of vehicles and taken to your new residence where we will help set everything up. Your new life is just a few days away so get in touch now.