Wherever you chose to live in London you should make the process be as simple as possible. That’s why before you make your final decision you should get in touch with Man and Van. We are a leading removal team that can handle anything when it comes to relocating home. Call us on 020 3743 9354 and we’ll give you useful advice, answer your questions and give you full information on our services
. When you’re happy with what we can do for you we’ll provide a complimentary, no obligation quote that will showcase our terrific prices. Before we can directly involved make sure you have parking space booked with Kensington & Chelsea Council
so that our vehicles can remain outside your homes.
Once everything is sorted our skilled team will be at your door. We’ll provide all the containers and wrapping necessary for packing all your belongings to keep them safe throughout the process. Next, we’ll move any large furniture and appliances from your home without damaging them and then we’ll load everything onto our range of transport. If you need it, we can offer storage facilities where we can safeguard any of your goods for as long as you like. When your belongings arrive at your home we’ll have everything unloaded, unpacked, and set up for you. This whole process can take a few days depending on the number of goods that need to be sorted.
Now that you know you don’t have you worry about the move you can concentrate on finding a home that’s right for you. There are many areas worth looking at but you should definitely consider the South-Western postcode region. Often abbreviated to SW, it is one of the original London postcodes that originated in 1857 and later merged with parts of the defunct S district. There are currently twenty-eight subdivisions in SW at the moment and include SW2 to SW20, with SW1 having multiple spin off areas that follow the pattern of SW1 and then a letter. There is also SW99 which is a non-geographic postcode found with SW3 that is used for direct marketing and PO boxes for different businesses. This was done to improve navigation, street signs and postal delivery. The SW1-10 codes encompass parts of south-west London, while SW11-20 are used for the Battersea district.
The SW10 area has the post town address of LONDON and is used by West Brompton and part of Chelsea which are both in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. It is bordered by the SW3, SW5, SW6, regions and SW11, which is on the other side of the Thames. This means that Knightsbridge, Earls Court, Fulham and Battersea are nearby. The prices are similar to those found in this area of London, with studio apartments starting at £419,300 and flats going from £501,000, £1,601,400 and £3,099,700 for one, three and five bedrooms respectively. Houses start on average at £607,600, moving up to £2,058,300 for three bedrooms and maxing out at £5,663,700.
The area has many fantastic types of houses, some with extravagant gardens. There are mansions, stucco villas, brick cottages, terraces, flats and more. There are more restaurants in the SW10 area than any other similar sized spot in all of London and all of them boast quality and diverse food. Gastro pubs and art galleries are common here, as are theatres. There are sports and leisure facilities found all over and sport is a popular with Chelsea F. based here. This is just a taste of all the region has to offer so get in touch with Man and Van and we’ll have you here in no time.