Moving House In Balham?
F Smith and son
based in Croydon have been moving individuals and families to and from Balham for over 75 years, experienced in delivering furniture to the many notable buildings, roads and areas within Balham. If you are moving to Balham for the first time or just moving round the corner within Balham, F Smith and son are one of the most trusted and oldest removals firms in the area.
If you are looking for removals in Balham then contact F Smith & Son for a competitive quote for your relocation. We specialise in Local, Nationwide
removals as well as export packing and containerised furniture storage
We can handle all aspects of moving services, Piano Moving, Difficult Access, specialist packing for fragile items & Antiques. If you need more help and advice try our FAQ page
or get some packing hints and tips
Moving Office In Balham?
F Smith & Son (Croydon) Ltd offer quality commercial removals
in Balham. Our highly trained staff have the expertise to relocate office furniture and equipment. All vehicles are equipped with the necessary tools to make your office relocation a seamless operation from start to finish. Our commercial relocation managers will liaise with you to create a full schedule for your relocation. Crate hire and delivery can be arranged well in advance of your planned relocation.
Balham is a different place, with young couples and families queueing up for the best eating spots in a high street buzzing with independent coffee shops, bars and restaurants. A relaxed way of life is fused with plenty to do and see and plenty of amazing, stylish, characterful homes to live in when you're not doing or seeing.
Located in the borough of Wandsworth
(zone 3) and just five miles south of central London, Balham's neighbours are Brixton to the east, Clapham to the north and Tooting to the south.
Balham Consist mainly of beautiful Victorian and Edwardian houses, there’s a great selection of attractive period conversions in Balham. A variety of mansion blocks provide alternative living spaces in the area, such as Du Cane Court, an impressive Art Deco building. Prices in the SW17 postcode have also risen, particularly properties in the sought-after Heaver Estate, with five-bedroom houses starting from £1.7 million.
Wandsworth Council has granted planning permission to Ipsus developers to build an eight storey block providing 52 flats on the site of the old Bedford House. The old MoD building off Atkins Close is being transformed into 45 modern apartments by Fairview New Homes.
It's fair to say Balham has come a long way. For so often classed simply as Clapham's uninspiring, cheaper neighbour, SW12 is an area that continues to ascend new heights.