Are you on the lookout for self storage near Chalk Farm, North London? You know, a service that offers value for money and an almost endless list of perks. Well, you can’t go wrong with ABC Selfstore Camden. At ABC, we’ve been offering London folk a top quality self storage service in and around Camden for over 21 years - and we’ve had more happy customer than you could fit into any of our branches. Oh, and in case you were wondering our Camden store stands, you can find on York Way in London’s N7.
Like many areas of the Big Smoke, space comes with a rather colossal price tag attached to it and for the many, self storage offers a practical, accessible means of saving money when it comes to clutter-filled hallways and rooms stacked from floor to ceiling with clothes, nick nacks and everything else under the sun. Whether you're running a business with never ending heaps of stock or huge piles of paperwork or you’re a householder in the middle of a great big home move, you’re doing up your place or you’ve wanted to get unwanted items out of your life for a while, self storage is the way to go.
At ABC Selfstore, we only ask you to pay for the days you stay, and as we're a family run outfit, offering top notch customer service is the backbone of our business - it’s what we’re all about, so you're guaranteed a friendly face as well as an excellent deal on your unit.
Find out more about ABC Selfstore Camden or book your unit with our web-based self storage pricing system. It's a jolly, fuss-free process if ever we saw one.
Is this the first time you’ve ever self stored your belongings? Okay, you may feel a touch overwhelmed, after all, where do you even begin? And what are the dos and don’ts of self storage?
Don't sweat it, even for a second - ABC Selfstore is here to lend a helping hand.
On the flipside, if you'd rather to chat to a real human being , you can give our Camden store a tinkle. A member of the ABC mob will be delighted to guide you through the process - we're a friendly bunch, and no question is too big or too small, so fire away.
Top tip: If you're on the hunt for cheaper storage, units based on lower floors often cost more than units of the similar square footage on higher floors.
NOT all self storage providers are made EQUAL. With ABC Camden, you'll get to enjoy van loads of self storage benefits, the kind of which you don't see anywhere else in the city...
And of course, no matter how long you’re with us, you're guaranteed to wear a smile. Why? That’s because of ABC's famous standards customer service, something we strive to offer from the moment you arrive to the moment you drive away.
Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Camden store - see you in a jiff..
A small urban district of North West London, Chalk Farm is neighbours with Camden and affluent Primrose Hill.
Chak Farm has its own underground station which sits on the Edgware Branch of the Northern Line. According to TFL, the average journey time to Tottenham Court Road is 10 minutes, making the area incredibly accessible to Central London. Chalk Farm is also served by a selection of bus routes that connects it both to the heart and the north of the capital.
The district's name derives from the Anglo-Saxon Old English language for 'cold cottages', and despite its original rural beginnings, Chalk Farm is now a thriving urban London area packed with pace, charm and charisma.
For medical needs, Chalk Farm benefits from its proximity to Hampstead's Royal Free Hospital which was rated 'excellent' for service according to a recent survey conducted by the Health Commission.
According to a study from Foxtons, the average price for a property in Chalk Farm is £743,316, with an overall price range of £519,950 - £999,995. 50% of the homes available in the area are two-bedroom options, and the average two-bed apartment costs around £400 - £500 per week to rent. While you may need a healthy budget to live in Chalk Farm, it is cheaper to live here than in nearby Camden while enjoying all of its thrills, spills, fun and activity right on your doorstep.
Chalk Farm's location makes it an ideal spot for young professionals and families looking for a well-balanced city life due to its accessibility to Camden Market, its strong connection to Central London and its proximity to green spaces including Regent's Park, Primrose Hill and the mighty Hampstead Heath.
All in all, Chalk Farm is a real London gem, and if you're looking for the ideal mix of transportation, amenities, bars, restaurants and quality housing options in North London, you can't go far wrong.
Just moved to the Chalk Farm and looking for something fun to do? Planning a visit? Moving here in a matter of weeks? Check out our ABC selfstore mini guide to Chalk Farm and settle into your new surroundings, or at the very least, enjoy a bloody good day out.