There are many places to chose from when trying to decide where to live and settling on the London region doesnít narrow things down much better because it is such a vast and vibrant place. Each part of London has something to offer, so each is worth a look, starting with the W13 area.
W13 is one of twenty-six postcode districts that make up the Western and Paddington area. W starts at the centre of London and moves towards the west alongside the River Thames. The multiple smaller postcode area have been introduced since 1817 for many reasons such as improving mail delivery, allowing for expanded information to be placed on street signs, as well as enhancing travel and navigation. These span from W1 to W14, with the former having itís own subdivisions, one of which is the non-geographic W1A that is used for direct marketing and PO box purposes.
W13 is solely responsible for West Ealing which is in the Borough of Ealing and has the post town address of LONDON. It shares itís borders with the W5, W7, UB1, UB2 and UB6 postcode areas, meaning that Ealing, Hanwell, Southall, Greenford, Perivale and more are nearby. Houses prices here have seen a slight increase lately and currently homes go for about £281,000 to £1,036,000 for one to five bedrooms at flats start at roughly £254,000 for a single bedroom and go to around £799,000 for four bedrooms. The most expensive homes here are in Mortimer Road and North Avenue.
West Ealing has changed much over time. Starting as hamlet is developed into the suburb it is today. Notable locations and landmarks here nowadays include the old Steel's Fruit Packing Warehouse, the Broadwalk Hotel, market gardens and orchards in Northfield Avenue, the Ealing Lawn Tennis Club, which has successful alumni, a regular fruit and vegetable market, a choice of many popular retailers and restaurants, The West Ealing Library and a volunteer centre that holds several workshops. House types here include many homes created after 1920, the Berners Drive/Coleridge Square estate and converted Victorian flats.
If you want a swift, safe and successful move into the W13 area then you should get in touch with Man and Van immediately. One phone call on 020 3743 9354 can put you on the path to your new home because we can give you advice on how to make the process easier, answer any questions you have, tell you about our services in detail, and outline our fantastic prices with a gratis, no obligation necessary quote
. Before we can get to work you will need to arrange parking outside both your homes with Ealing Council
When our team arrive they will have all the wrapping and containers you could veer need to ensure that your belongings are packed safely and easy to carry. We will carefully remove large furniture and appliances from your home and later place them inside your new address by expertly navigating them through and in/out of both buildings. We will have a range of vehicles at the ready to get your things to where they are needed on time and intact and if you need it our storage facilities will be able to hold any of your possessions for as long as you like. So for a move into London thatís as good as the location youíre moving to get in touch with Man and Van today.