We work hard for a long time in order to move ourselves to a new home. Bearing this in mind we can’t afford to make the wrong choice when deciding where it is we move to. That is why the London region is perfect because it’s difficult to go wrong when there’s so much on offer. However, we still need to make the right decision and find that one place that will suit our needs. If any of this applies to you then you should take a look at London’s W1T area. It is a part of the Western and Paddington postcode district and covers the full Borough of Westminster and parts of Camden, Kensington & Chelsea, Ealing, Hounslow, Hammersmith & Fulham and Brent. The area begins in the centre of London and then moves west alongside the River Thames.
Like all London postcode regions W was expanded to include multiple sub areas, and now contains beginning twenty-six postcode regions spanning from W2 to W14, with W1 having even more codes belonging to it. These were introduced almost one hundred years ago as a means to improve mail delivery, navigation and the quality of street signs. W1T is used within the Borough of Camden for the Fitzrovia and Tottenham Court Road areas. Both of these use the postal town address of LONDON.
The houses prices in W1T are considerably high because of it’s central location. The cheapest options are single bedroom flats and homes that sell for approximately £614,000 and £1,776,000 respectively. These both increase to roughly £2,374,100 and £2,653,800 for three bedrooms accordingly and then go to £3,592,300 and £7,687,500 for six bedrooms correspondingly. The area is close by to the W2, SW1, WC1, WC2 and NW1 districts that contain Bayswater, Belgravia, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, Camden Town and many more places.
Tottenham Court Road is a popular and interesting area with much to see and do. It is close to British Museum and Centre Point, the West End's tallest building. Several buildings belonging to University College London and University College Hospital. Whitfield Gardens is a large public space that houses the 60 foot plus high Fitzrovia Mural as well as the dozen Our Glass panels that showcase a person of significance from the area. The area is known mostly for being a shopping street with many different retailers, most of which sell different types of electronics. It has been featured numerous times within books, songs and even musicals.
Fitzrovia has a long history with the arts that stems back to the 1920s. Many artists, musicians and writers have lived here and depicted it in their works. The area has many ties to the fashion industry as well as television studios, with the likes of MTV, Nickelodeon, CNN and more operating here. The world’s first cyber café, Cyberia, was and still is here. Two of London's oldest surviving residential walkways are here as is BT Tower, which is one of London's tallest buildings and the Y. Indian Student Hostel which is one few surviving buildings by architect Ralph Tubbs. Pollock’s Toy Museum is also found here.
If you want to reduce the hard work you have to do for your move then you should give Man and Van a call today on 020 3743 9354
. We will tell you about all of our services and give you advice. If you want our help you just need to book parking space with Camden Council
and before you know it we will have taken care of your packing and furniture removals, got everything onto our vehicles and set everything up in your new W1T home.