ABC Selfstore have been offering storage for the Twickenham area from our Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 for some 19 years.
Store details : ABC Selfstore Wandsworth
Twickenham can be a very expensive part of London to live in, and space is in short supply - so if you're moving house, redecorating, or just need some extra room short or long term then self storage is a great solution.
If your business needs storage for surplus or seasonal stock, records, archives or temporary storage without the commitment of a lease then we can help!
Whatever your reason for needing storage, it's what we're here for. Self storage that's simple, flexible, convenient and as you'll only pay for the days you stay - affordable.
If you've used self storage before, or you know what you need, you can book your storage now without fuss using our pricing system to the left!
If this is your first experience of Self storage it might seem a daunting prospect. It's actually really easy and our 'Self Storage for beginners' page is the ideal place to learn the ropes.
You'll be able to size up the unit you need in no time, along with a whole load of other practical pointers.
There's also our FREE "Self Storage Explained" PDF for you to download!
Alternatively if you would just prefer to speak to someone, you can call the Wandsworth store and a member of our friendly team will be happy to help.
It's easy to check availability and get a quote and make a booking with ABC Selfstore's online booking system.
You don't start paying for your storage until the day you move in and sign your storage agreement. There's no obligation, so if you need space make a reservation now - there's nothing to lose!
The prices you'll find through our online booking system are live from the store - which means you'll always have the most up-to-date availability and cost.
Found it at a lower price? The ABC Selfstore Price Promise is your guarantee that we won't be beaten - like-for-like - on price.
Units are subject to availability and upper floors often cost less than equivalent square footage on the ground floor - worth bearing in mind if you're looking for a bargain.
ABC Selfstore is a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies as we're a family owned independent business. We like to put the customer first, because we appreciate great value and service ourselves. So when you store with us you'll get a whole host of advantages that you just won't find anywhere else :
ABC Selfstore customers regularly tell us that our customer service is top-notch - so rest assured we'll do our best to make sure your storing with us will be a pleasure - for however long you're here. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store
Twickenham, London TW1 & TW2, is an important district in the Borough of Richmond upon Thames, and has belonged to Greater London since the 1960s. A large population and broad expansion of the district has lead to it being named as one of the most important district centres in London. Evidence from excavations suggest that the district has been settled since the beginning of human being occupation of Britain, with Early Neolithic and potential Mesolithic finds. As early as 704, Tuiccanham is mentioned in charters, signed by extremely important rulers of Anglo-Saxon London. It was part of the Hundred of Hounslow, owned by Aelfgar of Mercia before the Norman Conquest.
Despite its association with influential people, Twickenham remained a farming community for centuries, also bringing in money through fishing, trade and boat-making. As it was populated at the time, it was one of the biggest casualties of the Black Death on 1605, and it may even have had a Pest (Pestilence) House used to treat people suffering from Bubonic Plague. Nevertheless, rich people such as the Earl of Manchester and the Earl of Clarendon were eager to live in the district, due to its proximity to London.
By the mid 18th century, the inhabitants of Twickenham seem to have been indulging their vices, with a floating private house known as “The Folly”, which also cased fashionable people to be drawn into the area. This increased dissipation may have been associated with wealth arriving from Gunpowder factories located in the district. These often exploded, sometimes with disastrous consequences for the population. Many of these mills lasted until the 20th century. This increased wealth, and the dubious entertainment, caused many rich and noble people to move into the area, and several large houses were built, of which York House is a particularly interesting example. Horace Walpole, the gothic writer, lived in a house in Strawberry Hill, and Alexander Pope, the poet lived close by. Sir Frances Bacon also occupied land in the district, known as Twickenham Park.
Much of the current land around Strawberry Hill is now owned by St Mary's University College, the longest existing Catholic college in the UK. It is famous for its religious training and English Literature curriculum, and not far from this lies a former convent building near to where Alexander Pope had his villa, and there are many tourist attractions relating to the history of the district, including Pope's Grotto.
Here are some of the latest reviews from our customers - see what they think about storing with ABC Selfstore
Everyone I dealt with there was very warm, polite and helpful. Unit was very clean, process from renting to cancelling was simple. Couldn’t fault a thing. I would also like to add that I am very hard to please so my comments should be taken seriously 🙂
Wonderful service. Friendly, flexible and can-do
The staff are so friendly and helpful which is so nice in this day and age