If you're after self storage in Streatham then ABC Selfstore is just the place. We've been offering storage for the Streatham area from our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 for over 19 years.
Space is expensive in Streatham like most of London and self storage is a cost effective solution to cluttered rooms. Whether you're a business with stock or lots of paperwork, a householder who is moving or decorating or just like a minimalist life, self storage might be the answer.
At ABC Selfstore you'll only pay for the days you stay and our customer service is second to none - so you're assured of a great deal too.
ABC Selfstore's 'Self Storage for beginners' page is just the job if you are new to self storage.
We've got some great advice to help you calculate the amount of space you will need in your unit, along with plenty of other useful suggestions.
We also have a FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
If you'd rather speak to a real person call our Wandsworth store and one of our ABC Selfstore team will be delighted to help.
ABC Selfstore's online booking system is designed to make it easy to get a price, check availability and book at any time with a minimum of fuss.
If you just want to check prices and availability at our Wandsworth store you can do that without having to provide any personal information.
We can also send you a quote by email - booking storage is easy
There's nothing to pay until you start storing and you can change your mind at no cost and with no fuss at any stage, so why not sort your storage now?
Our online prices come live from the store, so you can be assured of getting our best prices and deals online.
ABC Selfstore won't be beaten on price! Find out more about our Price Promise.
We often have units of the same size available at different prices; for example upper floor units are often cheaper than those on the ground floor.
As an independent family owned business we're a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies. We appreciate good customer service and great value ourselves - which is why with ABC you get a whole host of benefits that you won't find anywhere else :
Plus - our customer service is second to none, so you'll find storing with ABC Selfstore a breeze - however long you're with us. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store.
The district of Streatham, London SW16, can be found inside the district of Lambeth, and has been settled since the Roman period. The name Streatham (usually pronounced Stret-am) is believed to refer to the Roman road between London and Brighton, possibly leading to a Roman settlement known as 'Novus Portus', which is now no longer identifiable. Even after the Romans left, the Anglo-Saxon settlers used this road as a major trackway, and it eventually became an important coaching road between London and Croydon, moving towards Lewes, later converted into the A23, being still used to this day. It is due to this major routeway, from Roman London onwards, that Streatham has had such an important role in the City's life.
The first parish church was founded in Streatham in the Saxon period, although this church, St Leonard's, is now lost beneath later rebuilding. After the Norman Conquest Streatham became part of the property of a Norman Abbey, which kept it virtually unchanged for centuries. Only in the late eighteenth century, when spas developed around the local springs, Streatham Wells. This encouraged movement into the area, leading to turnpike and toll roads, and also wealthy merchants, bankers and nobles settled around the spas.
These establishments are almost gone, although Streatham park is sited upon the ruins of a Georgian country home sometimes called Streatham Palace. This palace was the home of many literary people, due to Henry Thrale's wife Hester, who was good friends with Samuel Johnson, and also entertained Joshua Reynolds. The palace fell into repair and was demolished during the 1860s. Although there are some homes which still survive, such as home of the Tate family in Park Hill, most of the large country houses which once marked out Streatham have been knocked down.
Urbanization of the district came with the building of rail connections to and from London. Streatham quickly became a popular entertainment location, known as the “west end of South London”. Apartment blocks were quickly built to accommodate people working in the ballrooms and cinemas, and were popularized during waves of immigration from people fleeing Nazi Germany. As with many areas in London, the district fell out of favour, going from being one of the largest shopping districts in the area to only having a few supermarkets, with general urban decay of the area. The biggest industry is probably self-storage parks, but there has been some investment into regeneration and social projects in the district.
Here are some of the latest reviews from our customers - see what they think about storing with ABC Selfstore
Staff are always very helpful
Amazingly good service! Friendly and helpful staff conducting business just as described on the website. I kept thinking there would be some "gotcha" but there wasn't. I can't say enough good things about this company or the staff that work there!
Fantastic service thanks