It’s said that there’s no place like London and if you moving in or around the area it won’t be long until you feel the same way. Whatever your interests or requirements you’re sure to find here. The entire region has much to offer and it is all within your grasp if you move to the NW area. The region was created as one of the original postcode districts in 1856 and is responsible for the area going from the centre then further north-west of London. In an effort to enhance geographical navigation, expand the information on street signs and make postal delivery more accurate each postcode area was expanded to include multiple subsections since 1917. At there are currently twelve within NW; including NW1 to NW11 as well as the non-geographic area NW26, that is found in NW1 and is used for PO Boxes and direct marketing by various businesses. NW covers a wide area including parts of the Boroughs of Camden, Westminster, Barnet, Brent, Islington and Harrow.
NW7 is one of the smaller postcode areas as it only features Mill Hill and part of Arkley. These are within the Borough of Barnet and have the post town LONDON, as do all other NW regions. NW7 is on the edge of London and is bordered by NW4, NW9, N3, N12, N20 as well as Middlesex and Hertfordshire, meaning that Hendon, Kingsbury, Finchley, Woodside Park, Totteridge, Hertford, Enfield and Harrow are all nearby. As it is on the outskirts of London house prices here tend to be cheaper. Flats and from around £211,000 to £289,000 for one bedroom and four bedrooms respectively and houses begin at around £227,000 for a single bedroom and go up to £466,00 for the bedrooms. Five and six bedroom homes are much more expensive, averaging at £1,321,000 and £2,229,000 each.
The NW7 is abundant with green open spaces. Arrandene Open Space and Featherstone Hill is one of them and features various types of fauna that is not usually found in the area and is home to various types of birds. It is open to the public and has footpaths to accommodate them. Sport ground and garden are scattered throughout but there are many more parks and nature reserves within Arkley Retail is represented by small independent stores as well as major supermarkets. The impressive University of London Observatory is here, as is the National institute for Medical Research and Maudsley Hospital which have both been home to important discoveries. There are a number of religious institutions that cater to a variety of faiths in NW7. Transport links are strong with various road and rail services available.
Moving to your new home here should be an enjoyable occasion so you shouldn’t let it be marred by the turmoil and stress that comes with moving home,. This can be easily prevented by recruiting the help of Man and Van. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we’ll start to assist you immediately by offering advice and answering any questions
. We will tell you all about our services and then offer a free, no commitment quote that will highlight our prices.
We can take care of everything for you from packing (which will include us providing wrapping and containers), removing large furniture and appliances from your home, supply transport (as long as you have booked parking with Barnet Council
) and we will then help set everything up in your new home. This is just an overview of what we can do for you so give us a call and we’ll let you know how we can make your life easier.