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Removals Tufnell Park Removal Services Tufnell Park N7, N19 moving companies nearby postcodes N1, N4, N5, N6, N8, NW1, NW3 House MoversAt London Removals we're aware that moving is just one of a list of things you have to juggle when it comes to relocating to a new home or office space and that a well-planned, expedient removal service can leave you to concentrate on other things while we take care of all the hassle. Ease and convenience are two things that we pride ourselves on, we offer a thorough array of services including (but not limited to) pre-transport assessments, packing and clearing so that once the move is complete you can put your feet up straight away because everything is good to go - no pesky leftover boxes!. And on top of all that we offer affordable, competitive pricing on all of the work which we do because we know what it takes to be a Tufnell Park removal service that customers can rely on year upon year.
Situated in north London, Tufnell Park spans the border of the London Borough of Islington and the London Borough of Camden. Historically, the area has been important due in part to the role it played in supplying the capital with milk from a number of its dairies. William Tufnell acquired ownership of the area as of 1753 in addition to being given Barnsbury manor by his father-in-law. Although now demolished, the manor previously occupied the current site of the Holloway Odeon; however its gateposts are still visible on Tufnell Park Road. Despite petitioning parliament to gain permission for the development of his estate Tufnell left the leases he was granted unused.
In more recent times the area of Tufnell Park has become an increasingly desirable area in which to live. Part of the reason for this growth in desirability has come from the upsurge in quality of local amenities such as the highly rated Yerbury Primary School, Acland Burghley School as well as respectable transport links into the more central areas of London. In addition it has a varied mix of period properties of all sizes, ranging from flat conversions to larger four- and five-bed family homes, which makes it something of a gem within the London Borough of Islington especially for young professionals and new families due to the fantastic links to more central areas without the price tag or crowding of actually living there.
For any art aficionados there are two must-see galleries within Tufnell Park that are just a brief walk from the tube station. First the London International Gallery of Children's Art plays host to a fascinating exhibition of children's art from every corner of the world, which also includes artwork by talented local youngsters. The second gallery is the 176 Gallery. Formerly a 19th century Methodist Chapel, it is now the home of a privately funded collection of contemporary art known as the Zabludowicz Collection, which focusses on late 20th and 21st century art by emerging artists. The gallery hosts three annual site-specific exhibitions priced at just £5 for non-members, making it terrific value day out for any aesthetically inclined visitors. In addition there is also a café for boasting a wide selection of sundries such as tea, cakes and coffee for you to wind down with after a fantastic day of sampling some exquisite artwork.
So whatever your reason for moving in delightful Tufnell Park, London Removals is here to make the move suit you; we only ask that you provide parking arrangements for our moving vehicles by contacting the council - Islington or Camden. Why wait?. Call us today at 020 8811 8933 is you are within the N7, N19 or NW5 postcode areas for a free quote for your move!
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