The place where we live doesn't always feel like a true home. Our residence should be a place where we feel happy, safe and comfortable and if your current abode doesn't do this then it is time to move. You should look carefully for a place that suits you and the London region can easily provide this. There are many different places to consider, such as the E17 postcode district.
E17 is one of the twenty postcodes that are used with the Eastern district. Each one covers different location, over number of Boroughs and even the City of London. There are twenty main codes in total that each have the letter E followed by a corresponding number, with the exception of E1W which is a further subdivision within E1. Having many different codes allowed for many new opportunities and improvements to be made, with transportation and navigation becoming more accurate, street signs more detailed and specific and mail delivery becoming easier. E77 and E98 are two other codes found here but are used for other purposes and not representing their own location.
The Walthamstow and Upper Walthamstow areas in the Waltham District in the Borough of Waltham Forest use the E17 code and LONDON as it's town postal addresses. E17 is one of the largest areas in the E district and is enclosed by the E5, E10, E11, E18, N15 and N17 (Northern) meaning that Clapton, Leyton, Leytonstone, South Woodford, Tottenham and Seven Sisters are all close by. House prices here have had an increase over the past year or so but still remain among some of the cheapest in London. Homes range between roughly £119,000 to £408,000, going from one to five bedrooms. Flats begin at approximately £158,000 for a single bedrooms and increase for each additional one up to £350,000 for five. The priciest homes here are in Oakhurst Close.
Walthamstow has been identified as one of the thirty-five major centres in Greater London. Walthamstow Village is a part of the area and is a peaceful and attractive place to live and features specialist shops and numerous pubs. It has been voted the best urban village in London to boot. Most homes here are from the 20th century. Wood Street Market is filled with a variety of traders and only pales in comparison to Walthamstow Market which has existed for over one-hundred years and has many independent stalls and shops, as well as popular high street retailers. The Central library is a key landmark here, as is Sir George Monoux College. Upper Walthamstow contains many medium to small homes, but varied including modern and Victorian styles.
The area has many connections to popular musicians such as East 17 (who took their name from the postcode), Blur, Jimmy Ray and more. Notable residents from the area include former Prime Ministers Clement Atlee and Benjamin Disraeli, artists Peter Blake and Grayson Perry, designer William Morris, barrister Baroness Scotland, designer of the Concorde George Edwards and rock stars Paul Di'Anno and Phil Collen.
When considering what removal firm to hire, there is only one choice. Man and Van can guarantee a swift, safe and successful move that can be attained just by calling 020 3743 9354. We will guide you through the process and supply every service, from packing to transport, that you could ever need. Over the phone we can give you advice, provide a free quote and help sort the parking spaces that need to be booked with Waltham Forest Council. We are committed to giving you the best services possible so call now to find out more.