Moving house isn’t just about getting from A to B. There’s a lot of planning involved, and you’ll need reliable suppliers to make sure every stage of the process goes smoothly. If you’re thinking about making Primrose Hill your London destination, our guide will help you find everything you need.
The first step is finding your new home. John D Wood & Co is a London institution, and you’ll find a local branch in the heart of Primrose Hill. Founded in Mayfair in 1872, John D Wood have properties for sale or rent all over Central London and beyond.
A London-based estate agent with a global reach, Savills are another excellent choice if you’re seeking a property to buy or rent in Primrose Hill. You’ll find their nearest branch right by Regents Park. If you’re looking for a smaller agency with a local feel, you could try Ashtons, which was founded in Primrose Hill in 2009. Ashtons pride themselves on their excellent customer service ethos, and their reviews reflect this.
If it’s a boutique agency you want, you could check out David Birkett Estate Agents on Regents Park Road. This small, independent operation was founded by David Birkett, who has almost forty years of property sales experience in Primrose Hill.
All these agencies are approved by the relevant governing bodies, so you’ll be in safe hands whichever one you choose.
When you’re moving into a new property, it’s important to start as you mean to go on. A thorough deep clean will make sure there are no unpleasant surprises in store for you and your family. In this pandemic period, professionalism and expertise are especially important.
Blue Knight Cleaners are a great place to start. This well-reviewed agency covers most of London, and they’re members of the NCCA (National Carpet Cleaners Association). Their expert staff are trained to clean and sanitise every household surface you can imagine, using the latest technology.
Specialising in upholstery and soft furnishings, Regency Cleaning Services cover Primrose Hill and St John’s Wood. They offer both dry and steam cleaning services, as well as curtain cleaning and moth treatment, and they can clean your patio, decking, drive or brickwork too.
If you’re looking for a regular cleaner, Amy Cleaning in nearby Victoria is a great place to start. This local agency specialises in matching their clients with the right cleaner, and their rigorous screening process ensures transparency and trust.
Smart home setups are increasingly popular with our clients. Covering heating and climate control, security, lighting, audio-visual systems and even individual appliances, these built-in solutions make life easier in every way. The only thing you can’t do is take them with you when you move. If you want your new home to be a smart home, you’ll need a local supplier to install everything you need.
Based south of the river in Clapham, Versed Automation are a respected smart home installation firm covering luxury properties in Primrose Hill and elsewhere in North London. Versed’s bespoke approach will make sure all your needs are met, from seamless WiFi coverage to smart security and multi-room AV.
If media is your passion, Richer Sounds in nearby Swiss Cottage design, construct and install custom home AV and automation systems for residential and commercial clients. Their expertise in music, cinema and gaming makes them a great choice for AV buffs.
Smart security may be the future, but there’s still a need for old-fashioned safety measures. It’s a good idea to change the locks when you move into your new home to make completely sure it’s only accessible to you and the people you trust. You’ll find a number of locksmiths ready and willing to help near Primrose Hill.
On nearby Kentish Town Road, you’ll find a branch of Franchi PLC. A family business with a fifty-year history, Franchi are a favourite with private and trade customers alike. They offer a range of security and access control services and hardware, as well as a 24/7 emergency locksmith service.
Another popular choice is TMH Locksmiths on Arctic Street. This emergency locksmith service is available 24/7. TMH’s Google reviews consistently mention quick response times, reasonable pricing, and friendly, personal service.
Whether you’re scoping out your new neighbourhood, visiting properties or waiting to move in, it’s useful to have a comfortable place to stay. You won’t find many hotels in Primrose Hill itself, since it’s a residential area. However, there are some excellent choices nearby.
At the eastern edge of Primrose Hill, the Holiday Inn at Camden Lock is a modern and comfortable hotel right by one of North London’s most distinctive landmarks. With free WiFi, a gym and a business centre, it’s got everything you need. The hotel offers all-day dining, and you can also find lots of places to eat and drink in this lively area.
If you like the idea of a travel hub with a young, intercultural feel, Selina Camden is a living and working space on Chalk Farm Road. Selina has its own vegan/vegetarian restaurant, Powerplant, and offers a communal kitchen, a bar and a loft with a balcony. Live music and yoga are also on the agenda.
On King Henry’s Road in the direction of Swiss Cottage, you’ll find a classic favourite: the Marriott Hotel Regents Park. This luxurious hotel is a short walk from Swiss Cottage tube station. It offers spa, fitness, meeting and dining facilities. to make your stay as easy and comfortable as possible.
Once you’ve found your new Primrose Hill home and fitted it out with everything you need, you’ll want an expert London removals company to make sure your move goes as well as possible. At Cadogan Tate, we have over 40 years’ experience helping high-end clients move to, from and within London, and we know Primrose Hill extremely well. For more details about our services and a bespoke quotation, just click here.