When moving home it’s important that everything goes successfully. The process can be long and difficult and if something doesn’t go right it can ruin or delay the move to your new home. So for a relocation that’s easy, stress free and guaranteed to go right, all you have to do is get in touch with Man and Van. One call to us on 020 3743 9354 can instantly makes things simpler as we can answer your questions, give you advice and tips, tell you all about the services we offer and even give you a free, no obligation quote right there and then that will serve as an example of our great prices
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we will be able to get to work. Our skilled team will be prepared for anything as they pack all your belongings with materials and containers to keep them safe and remove all of your large furniture and appliances and place them carefully in your new home. We have a range of vehicles that will be able to get any of your things to where they are needed on time and intact. We also have storage facilities available if you should need them. This process can take just a few days so get in touch now and it can all be sorted before you know it.
If the SE27 is where you are moving to then you should know a little more about it. It is part of the South Eastern postcode district and covers most of the Boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich, as well as parts of the Boroughs of Lambeth, Bexley and Bromley. The SE area as a whole was created in 1857 and later expanded in 1868. For the past one-hundred years postcode areas have been subdivided in order to increase the quality and ease of mail delivery, street signs and navigation. There are twenty-eight areas within SE, that range from SE1 to SE28. The non-geographic SE1P and SE99 postcodes are used by businesses for direct marketing and PO boxes.
SE27 covers West Norwood and parts of Gipsy Hill which are both within Lambeth and use the post town address of LONDON. It is bordered by the SE19, SE21, SE24, SW2 and SW16 region, meaning that Crystal Palace, Dulwich, Herne Hill, Brixton, Streatham and more are nearby. Houses prices here are lower than most in the London region. Flats go for roughly £175,000 to £290,000 for one and four bedrooms correspondingly, with two and three bedroom apartments also available. Houses start at approximately £286,000 for two bedrooms and increase to about £337,000 for three bedrooms and then to around £880,000 for six bedrooms. Studio flats cost £136,000.
There are a variety of houses types within the area that include Victorian and Edwardian terraces and semis, many conversions, flats, council estates and newer homes at more affordable prices. Many first time buyers are attracted to West Norwood as are people wanting to move in something bigger. There are several retailers here, with mostly smaller outlets. Norwood Park and Streatham Common are the two major open spaces here. Landmarks include the cemetery in West Norwood which features Victorian sepulchral monuments, South London Theatre, St. Luke’s Church and the Mrs. Woodford Fawcett Fountain. Notable residents have included former Mayor of London Ken Livingston, politicians Edward Thurlow and Liz Lloyd, former head of MI6 John Scarlett, musician Adele, actors Richard Ayoade, Historian Sir Sidney Colvin, architect Sir Ninian Comper and wrestler Georg Hackenschmidt.
So if you want that successful move to the SE27 area get in tocuh with Man and Van now.