All over the world London is known as a major metropolitan area that caters to every need from politics, to entertainment, fashion, arts and more. Many people live here and even more dream of doing so. If you are relocating around the area or you’re moving into the region for the first time then the NW district is the place for you.
It encompasses the North West of London and includes the Boroughs of Camden, Westminster, Barnet, Brent, Islington and Harrow. It begins at the centre of the region and advances further north-west. It was one of the original postcode areas created in 1856 and like all other in London it was expanded to create several subdivisions. This allowed for improvements to be made to navigation, mail delivery and street signs. There are currently twelve such areas in NW, going from NW1 to NW11 with non-geographic postcode NW26 which does not represent a location but is used by businesses for PO Boxes and direct marketing. It is located within NW1.
NW3 responsible for the Hampstead district and so includes the entirety of Hampstead, Chalk Farm, Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park, and parts of Primrose Hill, Gospel Oak and Childs Hill. These are all located in Camden. The post town for this area, like all those in NW, is LONDON. NW3 is bordered by NW1, NW2 NW5, NW6, NW8, NW11 and N6 meaning that Camden Town, Cricklewood, Dartmouth, Kilburn, Lisson Grove, Golders Green and Highgate are nearby. The house prices here are on the higher end of London homes. Single bedroom flats can start of at around £399,000 and can go up to £1,222,000 for three bedrooms and then to £2,355,000 for six bedrooms. Houses follow a similar trend with a one bedroom home averaging at £515,800, increasing up to £1,535,000 for three bedroom, all the way up to £4,653,000 for six bedrooms.
The area has a wide range of housing from different periods including Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras. Old buildings have been converted into flats and penthouses and stucco homes are available in various sizes. Many of these homes are attractive to buyers for the large gardens they include. Flats are available for various prices all over the area.
Hampstead Heath green space is one of the largest in London with many visitors coming here regularly and features’ facilities for swimming and fishing. Parliament Hill is used for various events and rallies, and Golders Hill Park, Pitt Garden and Heath Extension are just some of the other parks and open spaces in the region. There are many entrainment venues here such as Hampstead Theatre, the O2 Centre, several comedy clubs, and more. NW3 is famous for it’s restaurants, with over three-hundred of them here with cuisine from all corners of the globe. Pubs are abundant and include frequently visited public houses such as the Spaniards, Load of Hay, the King of Bohemia, the Flask, the Belsize Tavern and the Horse & Groom. Transportation is frequent and plentiful.
If you want to move into the NW3 region as soon as possible then you should get in touch with Man and Van by calling 020 3743 9354
. When you give us a ring we’ll answer your questions, give you advice, information on our services and a free, no commitment quote. Once you’ve booked parking space with Camden Council
we’ll have a skilled team at your home who will do everything it takes to make your relocation a success. We’ll pack your things, move large furniture and appliances, load everything onto our transport and get it to your new NW7 home.