Questions we’re often asked
Do you only operate in the Finchley area?
Finchley is a popular area for our customers, but it’s not the only area. We have proudly been in business in and around London for more than 50 years, and we know the surrounding neighbourhoods like the back of our hands. We operate across Central London, North London and West London, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, and Surrey.
We also offer international house and office removals service that may be ideal for your needs if you’re considering moving farther afield or returning to the UK from abroad. Our specialist Fine Art division also has offices around the world.
How can I get a quote for your removals services?Every move is different, which means that each one requires personalised pricing. To begin the process, please contact us using one of the forms provided on this page. Our team will be in touch to evaluate your needs and organise a comprehensive estimate based on your requirements.
Do you offer packing & unpacking services?
Our experienced Finchley removals and storage teams are trained in the most appropriate packing methods and materials for all your belongings. So, whether you’re moving your state-of-the-art television or precious antiques, we’ll make sure that every item is treated with the utmost care and attention. We have a choice of packing and unpacking options to suit your individual budget.
Do you offer storage in Finchley?
We have multiple storage warehouses in and near London. If you require convenient storage for Finchley our teams can organise for your items to be collected and stored for as long as you need. Please get in touch with our team to discuss your requirements and we can help you with the right storage solution to suit your budget.
Do you offer international removals?
If you are relocating abroad from your Finchley home, we can also help you with international removals, with the same professional and personal service that we offer to our local moving customers. We can help you plan your removals overseas, prepare your items for shipping and help with the logistics, such as customs papers
Finchley area information
Finchley, in the northwest of London, falls in the Borough of Barnet. It’s a popular residential area, particularly with families, thanks to its quiet, tree-lined roads streets and attractive wooded areas
It’s well located for commuting into the City via the Underground (it’s on the Northern Line) and for destinations outside of London, accessible from the M1 and North Circular Road.
It has always attracted artistic and scientific talents, notably Charles Darwin who wrote some of his best-known works here. Nowadays there is quite a mix of residents, from young professionals to families.
Things to do in Finchley
For those who like to shop, Finchley is located near to the large Brent Cross shopping centre, which has a choice of designer and high-street stores, as well as restaurants and bars. For local shopping, the High Street and Ballards Lane have plenty of shops, including all major supermarkets.
If you like to get out for a walk at the weekend, there are many green spaces around the Finchley area. While you don’t have the vast open spaces of the Royal Parks, there are a number of smaller areas that are perfect for families to picnic and play. Victoria Park and Mill Hill Park are both popular options, as are the riverside walks and nature reserves.
For entertainment, why not try The Phoenix Cinema? This is one of the oldest cinemas in the country, built in 1910. It plays an eclectic mix of old and new features. It’s also an independent cinema operated by a charitable trust and has some very well know patrons, including Dame Judi Dench and Benedict Cumberbatch.
Finchley has a great range of restaurants, with a number of culinary delights. No matter what cuisine you’re in the mood for, there’s sure to be a restaurant to cater for you. Genzo is a must-visit, to sample its range of Greek and Cypriot food.
Popular residential neighbourhoods in Finchley
Finchley has long been a popular place to live, but it’s starting to attract many more families and professionals. To meet the demand, there are now modern apartment blocks alongside the more traditional Victorian and Edwardian terraced homes.
East Finchley (N2) | Finchley Central (N3) | West Finchley (N3/N12) | North Finchley (N12)
East Finchley (N2)
This is the most desirable area of Finchley and has everything from high-end mansions along The Bishop’s Avenue to high-rise apartment blocks. A new development at Prospect Ring will attract even more people to the area.
Finchley Central (N3)
Finchley Central is also known as Church End, which was an old village centred around its main church. It has large Victorian and Edwardian properties, many of which have been made into attractive apartments.
West Finchley (N3/N12)
In this area, you will find more traditional terraced homes from the 1920s and 1930s. These are popular with families and it’s generally a more affordable area to buy property
North Finchley (N12)
This area is primarily residential, but also has shopping areas and restaurants. There is a range of properties, mainly Victorian, from large terraces and double-fronted houses, to smaller cottages.
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