When people think of London, the City is what usually comes to mind. However, there is so much more to it than that because it is a vast region that encompasses many diverse and interesting places. You could soon call this place your home and all you have to do is choose the specific place that’s right for you, and it is possible that it is the W9 area.
The Western and Paddington district is comprised of many different postcode areas that extend from W1A to W14, with W9 being one of them. Several Boroughs are covered by these codes including Camden. One of them (W1A) does not represent a real location however, because it is non-geographic and has different usage. Having many postcode areas brings numerous advantages such as making mail delivery to be easy, allowing for more information to be added to sign posts and even makes travel and navigation simpler and more accurate. The W area as a whole comprises of the area from the centre to the west of London, moving with the River Thames.
W9 includes the Maida Hill district that contains Maida Hill, Maida Vale and parts of Little Venice. Therese are found in the Boroughs of Westminster and Brent respectively and use LONDON for the own address. The area is bounded by the W2, W10, W11, NW6 and NW8 (North Western) postcode area, that contain such places as Paddington, North Kensington, Notting Hill, Queen’s Park, St. Johns Wood, among others. House prices in the area have remained mostly fixed over time but remain high, as to be expected from somewhere so close to the centre of London. These days homes go for between roughly £371,000 to £3,198,000 and flats span from about £379,000 to £3,197,000, both for one to five bedrooms. The steepest prices homes in W9 are in Randolph Road.
Maida Vale is known for it’s canals and waterways. Numerous pubs and restaurants are located here, with notable establishments being the Waterside Café, , the Warwick Castle Pub, Canal Café Theatre, and the unique Puppet Theatre Barge that is as it’s name suggest on a boat. A regular waterbus allows for easy travel from one place to another, including London Zoo and Camden Town. Many of the most popular homes here are red-brick mansions with communal gardens, located in the south of the area. There is a large Jewish community in Maida Vale, who congregate at the local synagogue which is a Grade II listed building. Many BBC radio and television stations are located here and acted as one of the first places the company was established. Lord’s Cricket Grounds and St John’s Wood are nearby. Little Venice is made up of parts of Maida Avenue, Blomfield Road, Warwick Crescent and some other streets. The canals here prompted either Lord Byron or Robert Browning to give the area it’s name.
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