There are many great places to live in London and it can be difficult to figure out how to go about your search. You could tackle each area or each Borough one at a time but this can be difficult because there are so many of them. One of the best ways to go about it is to investigate using postcode regions. This is helpful because it splits London and its surrounding area into larger sections but then easily allows you to focus on each one using it's subdivisions. The W or Western and Paddington postcode area that represents part of central and western London with it being close to the Thames.
The Western district only uses the code W1, and it's spin offs W1A to W1H, W1K, W1J, W1S to W1U and W1W. They are all for areas in Westminster except for W1T which is in Camden. The other postcodes for the W group go from W2 to W14 and cover a variety of different boroughs in the Paddington area. All these subdivisions have been introduced since 1917 in order to improve the quality of navigation, mail delivery and street signs.
W8 encompasses Kensington and part of Holland Park which are both in the Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. Its post town address is LONDON. It is bordered by the W2, W11, W14, SW5 and SW7 areas, meaning that Bayswater, Notting Hill, Barons Court, Earls Court and Knightsbridge are all close by. House prices in this region are towards the high end compared to the rest of London. A studio flat averages at £740,000, with a one bedroom flat costing around £657,000 and goes up to significantly for each additional room. A single bedroom house costs in the region of £2,071,000 and increases up to £6,704,000 with six bedrooms. There is a wide range of housing available in the area from mansion blocks, modern flats, Victorian villas and various other homes many of which have extravagant gardens.
There are two major open spaces in the area; Holland Park and Kensington Palace Garden which feature various gardens, sports facilities including cricket, football, tennis, netball and golf and play areas for children. The Commonwealth Institute holds educational talks, business meetings, lectures and film screenings. Kensington High Street has a wide array of stores and Kensington Church Square is a haven for antique shopping. There are also many strong transport links as well as fine hospitals and schools.
If you've chosen to live in one of the pre-eminent locales of London then your move should be nothing less. You shouldn't have to worry about all the planning and work involved because you should get in touch with Man and Van. We are a removal firm who will be able to handle each and every task related to changing home with professionalism, swiftness and skill. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we will answer any questions, give you advice, tell you all about our services and even provide a gratis, no commitment needed quote
If you want to employ our services then you will have too book parking space with Kensington & Chelsea Council
. This will allow our team to park their vehicles at both your old and new home as we organize all your belongings so that they can be transported safely and we will also manage all your large furniture and appliances. Next we can have them taken to a storage facility or directly to you new home on our fleet of vehicles. We don't stop there because Man and Van will unload, unpack and move everything into your new W8 home.