Where we live can shape our entire lives so when choosing a new area to move to we can’t make the decision likely. If you’re moving into the London region it’s easy to find the right place because it is so vast with much to offer. You should do a careful search of each part of the London region, starting with the TW postcode district.
The Twickenham area encompasses parts of the west of London, in addition to the north of Surrey and Berkshire. The Boroughs of Kingston upon Thames, Richmond upon Thames, Hillingdon, Hounslow and parts of the Surrey Boroughs of Spelthorne and Runnymede, as well as Berkshire’s Royal Borough of Maidenhead are all within its borders. Its mail sorting office is in London Road, Twickenham.
In order to improve the postal service and to make navigation easier London made multiple smaller areas within each postcode district from 1917 onwards. So rather than just using TW for their postcode, the inhabitants of Twickenham now use TW1 to TW20. TW8 is used in Brentford which is located in Hounslow and uses the post town address of BRENTFORD.
The house prices are lower than most London homes because of its distance from the centre of the region. Flats going from £223,000 to £538,000 for one and four bedrooms respectively, but with two and three bedroom flats also available. Houses start at approximately £206,000 and increase to £388,000 for three bedrooms and to £839,000 for five bedrooms. Studio apartments cost roughly £262,000. The types of housing in the area include the affluent Capital West flats, the apartments of Ferry Lane which are nearby shops and a hotel, new homes of the Brentford Dock estate, new residences in High Street, and countless more. Many of these homes originate from the 17th and 18th centuries, especially those found in the Butts area.
Facilities and attractions in the area consist of the Fountains Leisure Centre, which contains a large gymnasium and swimming pool, the Watermans Arts Centre, The Musical Museum which houses a large collection of varied and unusual instruments, the Steam Museum, which contains the world’s largest working beam engine and Gunnersbury Park museum includes many exhibits from Roman and Viking eras. Syon House and its adjoining park are located here and are the traditional homes of the Dukes of Northumberland. Boston Manor House is a Jacobean manor that is famous for its plasterwork ceilings. Brentford F. is the local football team. Transport here is strong with the railway passing through many stations and tube stations are easily accessible.
While it can be difficult to choose where to live, picking which moving firm helps you there is an easy decision. Man and Van employs a team of skill movers who can handle each and every job required to make your relocation a success. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we can begin to give you advice, answer any questions you may have, provide full details on our services and if you come to a decision we can offer a free, no obligation quote
All you need to do is book parking space with Hounslow Council
and our team will be at your old home to pack and remove all of your belongings onto our vehicles where they will be taken to your new address. We will supply you with the entire wrap and containers you need for your good sand we will be able to move and carry any of your furniture or appliances in and out of both homes. So get in touch with us now for an easy move into the TW8 area.