The place we live needs to have everything we want but this can mean different things for different people. We all want to live in an area that will match our lifestyle and have the facilities we need. This can make it difficult to find the right place but this is not the case when searching in the London region. It has a lot to offer so you’re sure to find what you’re looking for here, including the SW4 area.
There are twenty-seven main postcode areas in he South Western district, with SW4 being one of them. These many postcodes meant that that mail delivery became easier and more accurate, as did navigation and travel and streets signs where also improved thanks to the additional information they could convey. SW1A to SW10 covers London area and SW11 to SW20 covers sections of Battersea. The SW95 code also exists but does not denote a real location.
The SW4 area contains Clapham and parts of Stockwell that fall into the Boroughs of Lambeth or Wandsworth. It shares it’s borders with the SW2, SW8, SW9, SW11 and SW12 areas, meaning that Broxton, Nine Elms, Stockwell, Battersea and Balham are nearby. SW4 homes have gradually been increasing in price but they remain reasonable. Houses range between £211,000 to £1,747,000 for one to five bedrooms and flats span from £323,000 to £999,000 for one to four bedrooms. Clapham Common West Side and Crescent Grove are the most expensive areas here.
Clapham is a popular place to live thanks to it’s strong transport links stemming from various tube and railway stations, as well as many luxury homes, and shops, bars, leisure facilities, cafés and more. Clapham Common is the major open space here and hold regular events and includes the largest bandstand in London. Many fine homes are located near the park. The Holy Trinity Church is a landmark in history as it was one of the key location for the abolition of slavery, as William Wilberforce and his companions met here regularly. Notable residents from the area have included J. Rowling, Angela Carter, Natsume Sōseki, Samuel Pepys Hugh Edwards, Vivian Westwood, Chris O’Dowd, Miriam Margolyes, Vanessa and Colin Redgrave, Damon Hill, Mark Steel, Ainsley Harriott and more
Stockwell’s was once popular with artist and contains many home from the 19th century in Stockwell Park Conversation Area, Albert Square, Durand Gardens and Stockwell Park Road. Several housing estates are also located here around Stockwell Gardens, Mursell and .Lansdowne Green. The area has been dubbed “Little Portugal” because of it’s large Portuguese population and so has many facilities created for and by them and there is a large Afro-Caribbean community here with corresponding churches.
So when you decide to move into the SW4 area you should get in touch with Man and Van immediately. We are a top removal firm who employ skilled and experienced staff who will be able to handle each and every aspect of your relocation, ensuring that it goes smoothly. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we can begin to give you useful advice and answer any questions you may have. We can also provide a free no commitment assessment that will showcase our fantastic prices and help you book parking with the appropriate councils (Wandsworth and Lambeth for the SW4 area).
We can take care of your packing, as well as lift all you belongings from and into both of your homes. We will have our vehicles take everything where it is needed and storage space will be available if required. So for more information get in tocuh with us today.