Removals Bishop Avenue – N2

If you are moving just up the road or even across town we have the solution for you. Our Removals Bishop Avenue N2 is perfect balance for all your moving needs.

We are your expert short distance, door-to-door, same day movers, operating in London and M25

We are a full service moving company specialising in House and Office removals in N2 , expert loading / unloading of household goods, comprehensive services including storage, overseas relocation. that make us one of the most trusted moving company. We provide free – Pre Move Survey without obligation.

We offer a comprehensive list of moving services which enable us to personalise the entire move to suit your needs, your time schedule and your budget.Our Removals Bishops Avenue professional team provide the manpower, resources and skills needed for successful stress free move.

 

Our hourly rate system is flexible to suit your needs perfect solution for small move in N2

We handle all the physical loading and unloading, furniture dismantled and re-assemble you control the costs! In fact, we’ve found it frequently works out cheaper and easier than hiring a truckMan and Van Hire. Hiring our small move has its benefit we can pack your entire household leaving you time. we can pack, move and store your goods tailoring each client’s needs and requirements into a flexible package.

 

 

We’ve got the perfect storage solution for your needs from your door to our door

You don’t have to leave your home or office N2 Storage options allow flexibility store the content of your home when renovating or maybe you travelling, or need more space for your business due to expansion for as long as you want. Again simply select the option that suits you. Our storage prices beat any self storage providers in Bishops Avenue and surrounding areas by far.

 

Overseas Shipping Overseas shipping in Bishops Avenue N2

We cover most international destinations with expertise shipping service to Middle East Dubai, UAE and Kuwait service by shipping containers 20ft or 40ft. shared containers LCL is available for people with little items to send. For more information visit our International Removals page.

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About Bishops Avenue:

The Bishops Avenue N2, connects the north side of Hampstead Heath at Kenwood (Hampstead Lane), Hampstead to East Finchley and is on the boundary of the London Boroughs of Barnet and Haringey. Average property prices on the avenue surpassed £1 million (US$2 million) in the late 1980s and each property occupies a 2-3 acre plot.[1]

It is named after the Bishops Wood through which it runs, originally owned (as with much of the surrounding area) by the Bishop of London following a land grant in 704. In 1894, the Church let building plots for construction of homes on the road. In the 20th century much of the land was sold by the Church, which now only owns one house on the road (46, The Bishop’s Avenue) and a nearby residential home.[2]

The road is a favorite with the international ‘uber-rich’ and is often referred to by its nickname of “Millionaires’ Row” (although recently, it has been referred to as “Billionaires’ Row“). [3] This small 66-house street and the parallel Winnington Road both display a variety of architectural styles.[4] In 2006, the smallest houses in the street were selling for £5 million (US$10 million) while a larger house, Turkish tycoon Halis Toprak’s 30,000 sq ft (2,800 m2) mansion,[5] sold amidst great secrecy to the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev for £50 million (US$100 million) in January 2008, making it one of the most expensive houses in the world, as listed by Forbes magazine.[6]

Ten of the houses are owned by the House of Saud, whilst other notable owners of houses on the street include the Sultan of Brunei, publisher and newspaper magnate Richard Desmond (owner of two houses),[3] industrialist Lakshmi Mittal,[7] and activist Heather Mills (the former wife of Paul McCartney), who owns an apartment there.[8]

Former residents included Sir Billy Butlin, Dame Gracie Fields, Katie Boyle and Sir Peter Saunders (producer of the play The Mousetrap) and the notorious businessmen and fraudsters Asil Nadir and Emil Savundra.[3]

The road was repeatedly mentioned in Elton John‘s 1988 reworking of Give Peace a Chance (“Why not talk about Bishop’s Avenue/I’ve got a lovely house on Bishop’s Avenue”)[9] and the area’s leading estate agent Trevor Abrahamson was quoted in 2006 as saying: “Among the wealthiest circles in the world, The Bishop’s Avenue is better known than Buckingham Palace. It’s a significant demonstration of status. If you live there, you don’t need to explain to people that you’re rich.”[3]