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Moving home in the north west London suburb of Ruislip? Although house prices are on the rise in Ruislip, the average Ruislip property price for reallymoving.com users in 2013 was still below the London average at £279,683. With the area’s green countryside, quiet streets and low crime rates, rural Ruislip is a desirable place for both young families and older generations.
The village feel of Ruislip is continued through the Grade II listed village square, historic Manor Farm and the Ruislip Lido, a reservoir and artificial sand beach surrounded by woodlands. Despite Ruislip’s rustic appearance, it has great transport links into central London sitting on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Line with West Ruislip on the Central Line. Its excellent transportation makes it a popular choice for London commuters, with 23% moving from the more central London postcodes to the wider HA postcode area.
There are many activities you can enjoy in Ruislip, from meals out along Victoria Road to long walks in Mad Bess Woods. Wherever you’re moving to in the area, whether it’s a contemporary apartment in Orchard Grove or a listed building on Manor Way, it’s important to find a removal company that understands your requirements to give you a stress-free day. Just fill in the quick quote form on our site and we will put you in touch with reliable, efficient removal companies in Ruislip.
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