London is one of the most highly regarded areas in the world and you could soon be living there. You can read off a long list of all the region has to offer but unfortunately you can only live in one area so you have to carefully chose which place will be your hew home. Breaking up the region by it's postcode districts is a good way to do this.
The Western Central (WC) postcode area is unsurprisingly located just west of the centre of London and it encompassed the Boroughs of Camden, City of Westminster and Islington, as well as part of the City of London. It has multiple sections with in like all London areas because since 1917 they have been introduced to improve mail delivery, navigation and street signs. There are currently eleven in total and each begin with WC1 o WC2, then followed by a corresponding letter.
The WC1H code is used in St. Pancras which itself is in the Borough of Camden and has the post town address of LONDON. The area itself is bordered by the WC2, EC1, EC3, W1, N1 and NW1 areas so this means that Covent Garden, Clerkinwell, Aldgate, Marylebone, Soho, Mayfair, Islington and Camden Town are all close by.
With it being a central London location house prices here are at the high end. The cheapest option is a studio apartment for around £278,000, and a one bedroom flat is slightly more expensive at roughly £382,000 and then increasing to £908,000 for three bedrooms and then up to £1,883,000 for six bedrooms, with two and five bedroom flats also available. Houses start at approximately £394,000, for a single room and the costs of three and six bedroom homes are about £1,557,000 and £4,021,000 respectively.
The original origins of the area go back to a Medieval parish and today it preserves it's traditional roots. It's graveyards are interestingly one of it's most well known landmarks because the likes of Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy and Mary Wollstonecraft all have connections with them and because they have been well preserved. It's train stations are also well known because they link to the Channel Tunnel. The closet tube stations are King's Cross St Pancras tube station and Russell Square, and the most local railway stations are London King's Cross and St Pancras railway station.
If you want a removal firm who are well regarded then look no further than Man and Van. We will be able to take care of each and every task that is necessary for a successful move. We can begin to assist you as soon as you call us on 020 3743 9354
. We can answer any questions and ease and concerns you may have and we can give you useful advice to make the move easier such as recommending that you sell or donate, any unwanted items so that there will be less things to pack and move. Then we will fill you in on all of our services and be able to supply a free, no commitment quote over the phone.
We will start your move by taking care of your packing and to keep your goods safe we will provide wrapping and containers. Next we will take care of the difficult task of moving removing large furniture and will even move into your new address later on. Vehicles and storage are also on offer and all you have to do is book parking spaces outside both your new and old residences with Camden Council
so that we will be able to help you move into your new WC1H home.