The London region is home to many great things and it is waiting for you. If you want to experience exiting new things, meet new people and live in some of the best place in the UK all you have to do is get in touch with Man and Van and we’ll help you relocate to the NW5 area.
When you call us on 020 3743 9354
we can immediately make a difficult process much easier by answering any questions you have, ease and concerns or worries and give you lots of useful advice open how to make things go smoother. We have a wide range of services available that will tackle every job necessary to make a successful move. Before we can get to work, parking space will have to be booked with Camden
Councils. This will allow our vehicles to remain outside both your homes while we work.
If you decider to recruit us we will have a skilled team at your who will help you plan everything and then sort out all of your packing and we will provide wrapping and containers to keep everything safe. Next, we will remove all of your large furniture and appliances and take care when load them onto our range of vehicles and then unload them and place them into your new abode. If you need it, we also have secure and local storage facilities at the ready if you are unable to move straight into your new home. If you are unsure about the cost we can provide a gratis, no commitment quote over the phone.
If you’re considering the North Western (NW) postcode district as your new home then you should know that it was one of London’s original postcode areas and is located from the centre of London, moving north-west. It contains the Boroughs of Camden, Westminster, Barnet, Brent, Islington and Harrow. It is made up of several smaller postcode areas that were introduced as an effort to improve street signs and mail delivery, as well as make navigation and travel easier and more accurate. There are eleven main subdivisions here ranging NW1 to NW11, as well as the non-geographic NW1W and NW26 code that is used for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses.
NW5 is one of these smaller section and encompasses Kentish Town, and parts of Tufnell Park, Dartmouth Park and Gospel Oak, all of which are in the Boroughs of Camden or Islington and use the post town address of LONDON. It is bordered by the NW1, NW3, N6, N7 and N19 postcode areas, so this means that Camden Town, Marylebone, Swiss Cottage, Primrose Hill, Highgate, Holloway and more are close by.
House prices here are at about London’s average, with flats ranging from about £286,000 to £640,000 for one tour four bedrooms and homes starting at around £619,000 for a single bedroom and can increase to roughly £1,796,000 for six bedrooms. Studio apartments are the cheapest option at approximately £216,000. The types of homes available here come in a good variety, ranging from post-war tower blocks, some Victorian terraces, converted public buildings, 19th century multi-occupancy and more.
The area is predominantly working- and middle-class and features many open spaces including the large Parliament Hill. Facilities for leisure activities such as athletics, boating, bathing, winter skating and kiting are readily available. Many clubs that have live music are found here and there is a large number of independent retailers. Several railway stations operate here, as do tube and bus services.
So let Man and Van end the wait and move you into the NW5 area.