Potters Bar removals and guide to living in Potters Bar UK

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If you are moving to Potters Bar, read this guide put at your disposal by Van Man in London, London removals specialist.

Property Prices:

Estimated price for a 2 bedroom apartment to rent
£800 – £1,200 per month

Estimated price for a 4 bedroom house for sale
£380,000 – £500,000

Local Towns:

Brookmans Park, Cuffley, Shenley, Borehamwood, Hatfield, Radlett, Elstree, Cheshunt

Transport:

Mainline Rail between King’s Cross and York, bus into London

Potters Bar pub

Potters Bar Guide

If you want to move house in an area that’s close enough to London, without the drawbacks of living in the big city, then Potters Bar is definitely a place to consider. Only 20 minutes from London by train and with reasonable season tickets, Potters Bar has the added benefit of being much more affordable than St Albans, for instance. It also has some excellent schools, such as Dame Alice Owen’s mixed secondary school, which boasts an exceptional 95% of students receiving 10 A*-C grades! And with a swimming pool, a scuba diving club, a tennis club, a cricket club, a golf course and a leisure centre, you’ll be sure to get all the exercise you need.

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Potters Bar cafe

Potters Bar Removals

If you are looking for a friendly, professional and efficient man with a van to help with your move to Potters Bar, then Van Man in London is certainly the right company for you. With years of experience in London, Hertfordshire and many other areas in England, they can provide you with a large Luton van and driver, plus extra teams of 2 or 3 men as required to help you relocate in Potters Bar. Perfect for all your domestic, commercial or office moves. Smaller, part loads can be negotiated.

Potter’s Bar is a town in the EN6 Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire, England, located 18 miles north of central London.

The origin of the Potters component of the town’s name is uncertain but is generally thought to have been derived from evidence of a Roman pottery that was thought to have been sited locally, or from the family Pottere who lived in the South Mimms parish.