What sort of person moves home?. Is it just the rich who can afford it?. Is it for people whose circumstances have changed and need to settle for something simpler?. Or is it for people looking to start a family?. The answer is simply that anyone who is looking for a fresh start and a new life is the sort of person who moves home. It is for someone who thinks that their life could be more and wants to take a plunge and do something exciting. It is for the people who don’t settle and want to strive to improve themselves. It is for someone like you.
No matter how ready we are to move home we still have to contend with all the work that is involved. You have to organise all your belongings, get appropriate packing material and containers and then put them you use. After that you have to get all your large goods such as furniture, fridges/freezers, etc out of your home without damaging them, the building or yourself. Then you have to arrange transport, parking (which can be done here
) and then move everything to your new home and then you have to unload and unpack everything. This alone could put some people off a move but you shouldn’t think like this because Man and Van is here to help you.
By calling 020 3743 9354
you will get in touch with us and we can begin to take care of all your moving woes. We can answer questions and give guidance, then give you a rundown of our services and find out what you want. Our hardworking and skilled staff can take care of any aspect of you move, whether you just want help with one step or if you want us to do the whole thing. When we have an idea how we can assist you then we can supply a free, no obligation appraisal and we will be certain that you will be impressed with our prices.
If you’re moving into Chelsea then you’re in for a treat. It is a part of Central London, with the River Thames is to the south, Chelsea Bridge Road bounds to the east, to the north is Knightsbridge and South Kensington. It is mainly under the SW3 and SW10 postcodes but a small section is a part of SW1. The area is very upmarket with the average house price at £1.3 million. The most popular homes are in the Sloane Square and Knightsbridge vicinity. Much of the property is owned by Earl Cadogan who has spent much time on developing the area.
There are many open spaces in Chelsea, including Chelsea Embankment Gardens, Battersea Bridge Gardens, Albert Bridge Gardens and the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, which are used for the popular annual event; the Chelsea Flower Show and is home to the Chelsea Physical Garden. The area has a reputation for being the living quarters of artists and so there are many galleries to visit. There are also museums, the Chelsea Farmers’ Market, churches, many high street stories, and Stamford Bridge, home to current European football champions Chelsea F.
The number of former and current Chelsea residents is too long to list here, but some of those people are Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, J. Turner, J. Tolkein, Roman Polanksi, Laurence Olivier, Kylie Minogue, Bob Marley, Bryan Adams, Lilly Allan, Mick Jagger, Judy Garland and former PMs David Lloyd George and Margaret Thatcher. All of these are the sort of person who moved to Chelsea and you could be too, thanks to Man and Van.