Hampstead Removals & Storage

Moving house can be a stressful time, especially when you have built up years’ worth of precious possessions that need to be carefully relocated. If you are moving to or from Hampstead, put your trust in an experienced removals company who have been trusted by fellow residents for decades.

Cadogan Tate has a long history of moving families in the London area. We have built up solid working relationships with local councils to give us access to even the most exclusive of locations and difficult of streets. We can handle the complex logistics of a move to Hampstead, giving you one less thing to worry about.

We also have trained and highly capable teams to pack, move and unpack your belongings with the utmost care, to ensure everything makes it to its new location in perfect condition. If you need to put any items into storage while you get your new house ready, we can also offer high-end storage solutions for any item, giving you real peace of mind.

When you are planning your move to Hampstead, give Cadogan Tate a call. We will help you with your removals from start to finish.

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    Packing & Unpacking

    Over the years, you have probably built up a collection of valuables. From high-end technology to bespoke furniture, priceless art and family heirlooms, you want to ensure that when you move, these items are looked after in the manner they deserve.

    Cadogan Tate trains each of its team members to an exceptional standard at our west London training school. Here, we impart the secrets of the trade that we have built up over the last 40 years working in the removals industry.

    No matter what you need to move, we have the expertise and experience to pack and unpack your items with care and attention. We will come up with a bespoke plan to suit your needs and your individual items.

    Storage & Viewing

    If your collections are vast and you need to look at an external storage solution, Cadogan Tate can help. We have state-of-the-art storage facilities in south-west London close to Hampstead, where you can house your precious belongings temporarily or on a long-term basis. Each of our storage facilities offers industry-leading technology to protect your items. This includes monitoring, access control and fire detection systems.

    If you need to ship some of your possessions abroad, Cadogan Tate also has storage facilities in Paris, the Côte d’Azur, New York, Los Angeles and Miami, all with the same secure and reliable services.

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    Everything, handled with care

    Hampstead is a small village-like borough sheltered from the hustle and bustle of London life. It is popular with the rich and famous, not least because of the privacy and security it offers. It is one of the most desirable and prestigious neighbourhoods in the UK, bordered by the impressive Hampstead Heath.

    It is made up of pretty streets, cul-de-sacs and tree-lined avenues, with attractive period mansions and modern apartment blocks. The main high street is full of chic boutiques, high-class restaurants, cosy cafes and quaint shops. It has maintained its historic and quintessentially English appeal, and is fiercely protected by its residents to ensure it develops in line with its values.

    For those looking to relocate to the area, there are some of the best houses in London. Large sprawling mansions and detached family homes are hidden behind gated driveways and often come with swimming pools, gyms and spacious living quarters. Families are particularly drawn to the area for the excellent quality of life, as well as the high concentration of good schools.

    Popular residential areas in Hampstead

    Old Hampstead Village (NW3 1)

    Right at the heart of Hampstead is this peaceful village area, with winding streets, chic boutiques and quaint restaurants. It’s a perfect getaway from the buzz of the city, while still being right in the middle of everything.

    Character: The old village area of Hampstead offers a real mixture of styles from different periods, including cottages and Victorian terrace houses.

    Resident profile: Affluent families and long-term residents

    Best addresses: Hampstead Square, Cannon Lane, Cannon Place, Gainsborough Gardens, Gayton Road

    Flat Prices: £0.5M to £2.5M

    House Prices: £1.2M to £11M

    Hampstead High St (NW3 6 and NW3 5)

    The high street is a bustling mix of shops and cafes, with access to all amenities on the doorstep. It’s an area full of colour, class and hidden gems. It’s no wonder that it’s popular with the London elite.

    Character: Close to Hampstead High Street are prestigious residential developments, with large apartments with in-house facilities. There are also large Victorian homes and mews cottages.

    Resident profile: High-earning professionals

    Best addresses: Upper Terrace, Lower Terrace, Maresfield Gardens, Prince Arthur Road

    Flat Prices: £0.6M to £5.4M

    House Prices: £1.5M to £12.5M

    Mansfield Conservation Area (NW3 2)

    Bordering the wonderful green expanse of Hampstead Heath, this conservation area is a popular choice for families. Large three- and four-storey Victorian and Edwardian houses line the pretty streets.

    Character: Large, contemporary homes in period buildings, in the highly sought-after conservation area.

    Resident profile: Families, particularly with school-age children

    Best addresses: Mansfield Road, Pond Street, Heath Hurst Road

    Flat Prices: £0.5M to £1.3M

    House Prices: £0.9M to £5.8M

    Hampstead Garden Suburb and The Bishops Avenue (NW11 6 and N2 0)

    This prestigious, desirable area benefits from close proximity to Hampstead Heath and Hampstead Golf Course. With its large homes set behind carriage driveways, it’s perfect for those who want a private space away from prying eyes.

    Character:Large, elegant gated family homes provide security and style. Many houses are newly built and there is an eclectic mix of designs.

    Resident profile: Ultra-high-net worth individuals and celebrities

    Best addresses: Canons Close, White Lodge Close, Ingram Avenue, The Bishops Avenue, Winnington Road, Courtenay Avenue

    Flat Prices: £0.4M to £12M

    House Prices: £1.8M to £22M

    West Hampstead (NW3 7 and NW3 6)

    Close to the main Hampstead High Street, this area within West Hampstead offers impressive family homes, while still within easy reach of the village and its boutiques.

    Character: From Grade II listed Edwardian mansions to large double-fronted ambassadorial-style period family homes, there is a lot to choose from for discerning buyers.

    Resident profile: Families and professionals

    Best addresses: Ferncroft Avenue, Telegraph Hill, Netherhall Gardens, Hollycroft Avenue

    Flat Prices: £0.3M to £5.2M

    House Prices: £1.4M to £10M

    Hampstead’s shopping districts

    Hampstead is home to some of the biggest designers and brands in London, but it’s also well known for its independent boutiques. While it’s a small area, there are some good shopping districts to visit. Hampstead High Street is best for high-end shopping with familiar names, whereas Flash Walk and Heath Street offer more exclusive and quirky stores.

    Schools in Hampstead (NW3 Postcodes)

    Hampstead is a popular area for affluent families, especially as there are a number of outstanding schools in the vicinity.

    There are nine private schools listed in Hampstead by the Independent Schools Council, with a mixture of co-educational and gender-segregated options.

    There are also a number of highly regarded state-funded secondary and primary schools. A list of primary schools in Hampstead Village (both independent and state) can be found here.

    And a list of secondary schools in Hampstead Village (both independent and state) can be found here.

    Leading estate agents in Hampstead

    Amberden Estates

    Chestertons

    Foxtons

    Hamptons International

    Heathgate

    JOHNS & CO

    Knight Frank

    Savills

    TK International

    Wayne & Silver

    Restaurants and hotels

    NW3 is home to some exceptional restaurants, covering all kinds of cuisine. For example, Hazara is considered one of the best Indian restaurants in London. The owner selects meat and fish personally on a daily basis to ensure the freshest ingredients in his standout dishes.

    La Gaffe is a popular Italian eatery based in an old shepherd’s cottage, which also offers guest accommodation. It is a family-run affair, with a low-key feel and high-quality food.

    28 Church Row is located on a pretty street, with the restaurant housed in the cellar of a Georgian building. It offers a relaxed and informal atmosphere with exceptional cuisine. There is both open-plan banquette seating, as well as a private dining space located in an old vault.

    Things to do in Hampstead

    Cass Art

    Cass Art is one of the UK’s leading art materials suppliers. Hampstead is home to many budding artists and this store is a hub for those looking for advice. An activity table forms the centre of the shop, where children and adults can enjoy a range of workshops.

    Catto Gallery

    This small gallery is one of the most prestigious fine-art galleries in London. It specialises in contemporary art and has a range of exhibitions from both popular artists and up-and-coming talent alike.

    Hampstead Heath

    It’s hard to miss the large green expanse of Hampstead Heath. It’s one of the city’s best beauty spots, with a range of amenities to suit all. It has sports facilities, an athletics track, a lido and three open-air swimming pools. The 17th Century Kenwood house is also located here, which is worth a visit for its stunning interior design and art collection.

    Golders Hill Park

    This park, which is a part of Hampstead Heath, is a formal, landscaped garden, perfect for getting away from city life. It offers tennis courts, a croquet lawn and table tennis. There is also a children’s play area and zoo, perfect for family weekends.

    Freud Museum

    The famed psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud lived at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, which is now where the Freud Museum is located. It houses Freud’s own collection of antiquities, as well as memories of his family life there.

    Hampstead Theatre

    Hampstead Theatre has been in NW3 for over 50 years and is a state-of-the-art theatre space with a range of original performances. It is a driving force for British creativity and artistic innovation.

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      Removals and storage Hampstead

      Residents of Hampstead often rely on the removals services of Cadogan Tate when moving in or out of the area. Our trademark vans can be seen around its prestigious streets regularly and we have built up a deep understanding of the area. We have a good relationship with Camden Council to help facilitate even the most complex of moves.

      If you are moving to Hampstead, get in touch with us today to find out how we can assist you with your relocation.

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