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Making Earls Court your new base of operations will involve, like all removals, some hard work. But you can reduce the amount of hard work you need to do by calling in the moving company Earls Court you can trust. Handy Moves has years of experience and the best movers for the job, plus all the equipment and technique we need to get you safely moved to your new home. These days everyone wants to save some money, so you might be thinking about doing the move on your own. But with Handy Moves, the price is so affordable, it would be a mistake to not hire a removal company. Call today on 02087 467 129 to see what we can offer you
Head a little more than three miles to the west of Charing Cross and you will find yourself in the inner-London district called Earls Court. It is part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is quite a desirable place to live. Princess Diana even once lived here, among other famous residents, such as Alfred Hitchcock and Freddie Mercury. Though not very far from the centre of London, it was once a very rural place full of pastures and gardens. But the Metropolitan District Railway station came to Earls Court in the middle of the 19th century and brought with it development. It soon became a popular suburb and population increased rapidly.
Earls Court was once a hub for newly arrived immigrants, especially from Poland, Australia and New Zealand, as it was an affordable spot near central London. But gentrification brought change to Earls Court and the prices of properties in the area went sky high. There is a significant difference, however, between the east and west in Earls Court to this day with East Earls Court being full of mansions and houses with gardens and West Earls Court having a mix of architectures and housing types. The districtís most famous landmark is arguably the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, which was built in the 1930s and maintains a classic art deco look. It was once home to many of the countryís largest exhibitions, but is now more often used as a performing arts centre and concert venue for famous musical acts and orchestras.
Residents can also enjoy the Troubadour, a music spot and cafť that once hosted Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and others. Itís been around since the 50s, so the atmosphere is premium. Local theatre performances can be seen at Finborough Theatre, which has won a number of awards since opening a few decades ago. For dining, try one of the many Filipino and Asian restaurants in the area that is home to a large British Filipino population.
If you are planning a move to Earls Court, thereís no need to worry about the details. We will take care of them for you. The most important thing to remember is to reserve a spot
for the moving van to park out front the day of. This will enable easier loading and unloading of your furniture and boxes and make the whole process smoother and swifter. Handy Moves offers a complete list of removal services Earls Court, but thereís no need to pay for all of them if you only need one or two. Thatís what is so great about Handy Moves Ė bespoke removals for each of our customers. Add to that great low rates and itís no wonder our customers are so pleased. Call on 02087 467 129 to get your free quote right now
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