Mulberry Relocations has built up extensive knowledge and experience of working in two key locations: West Kent and West London.
This level of expertise, focused on just two areas, enables us to deliver the very best service to clients. We maintain strong relationships with many agents and surveyors; have in depth ‘social’ knowledge of both areas – the good neighbourhoods, the transport links, and the strong performing schools along with small things that make a big difference to living in a particular location.
Picture postcard villages, acclaimed restaurants and just an hour from some of the country’s most striking coastline; West Kent is a diverse, vibrant area set towards the south east of London.
Most towns in West Kent, such as Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Tonbridge are well served by an excellent transport infrastructure. London is just under a 1/2 an hour away by train,while a trip to Paris or Brussels takes around two hours. Gatwick, London City and Heathrow are easily accessible and yet Kent avoids many of the pitfalls that face its neighbours. Noise related Flightpath issues are non existent and the county’s market towns are widely interspersed with rolling countryside.
Whether it is the strong commuter links that attract you to the area, any of a number of the UK’s leading schools, or just the beauty of the Kentish countryside, life in the county has a lot to offer those seeking to move to the UK.
For an indepth review of living in West Kent, please download our latest Guide.
Georgian houses on tree lined streets, the winding market stalls on Portobello road, and a whole host of art galleries, independent restaurants, cinemas, theatres and boutiques; West London remains one of the most desirable areas to live within the capital.
London remains one of the most desirable areas to live within the capital.
The area is blessed with a rich heritage, displayed around every corner on blue plaques and memorabilia which seem to litter every street. Well maintained parks such those found at Holland Park and Kensington Gardens welcome tourists, visitors and residents alike and the area benefits from many good public and private schools.
London’s West End is just 15 minutes from Knightsbridge, Kensington or Chelsea while a commute to the Square Mile takes just 25 minutes by Tube. Strong transport links provide easy access to all of London’s airports, particularly Heathrow and Gatwick.
Many of the boroughs in West London retain a village feel, with small patisseries, independent shops and cafes dotted around. The opportunity to explore and discover new parts of West London can seem never ending but for our take on living in this beautiful location, please download our free West London Guide.