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North West London has much to offer, from art galleries and museums to parks and sporting facilities – like Lord’s cricket ground which was established in 1787. A point of interest is Hampstead Heath. The Heath is the largest park in North West London and has acres of parkland including Parliament Hill which offers stunning views across London. Kenwood house is particularly beautiful as it sits on a hill overlooking one of the Heath’s many ponds. Towards the city centre but still within the north-west postcode, is London Zoo. This zoo is home to over 650 species of wildlife and is famous for its historic character – the giraffe house was built in 1836. North West London is also home to many museums including the RAF Museum, the Jewish Museum and Keats House. As London’s north-west has much to offer, it is not surprising that reallymoving.com has helped over 1200 people move to this area of the city in the past 12 months.
Many places in North West London are undergoing development. One example is Old Oak Common, situated about three miles west of Oxford Street. This area is set to be transformed with the construction of 10,000 homes alongside new offices, shops and transport links which will connect Old Oak Common to the city. This is but one of many developments in North West London and with so much construction, the services of an expert conveyancer has become increasingly important. Conveyancers will be able to advise you on the areas where property prices are most likely to increase and with reallymoving.com you can compare the services of up to four conveyancers to ensure you get the best deal possible.
Our expert conveyancers are here to help streamline your move so you can begin enjoying your new property in North West London as soon as possible.
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