Removals to Osidge, N14

Osidge International Removals Company : Making Your Life Easier

Some people are happy to stay where they are all their life. And then we have you. Bitten by the wanderlust bug, you’re always searching for the latest adventure and the latest one has led you to make the decision of moving a house! Just, to another country. Moving within the country is rather simple. All you have to do is call a man with a van in N14 area and he will have everything sorted out. However, moving abroad is a little more, shall we say—challenging. All the headache and hassle of moving to a new place and then thinking about all your removal process Osidge, N14 is going to leave you feeling tired. Do not worry. Our experienced experts have been in this service for over 10 years and all of our team has lived internationally here at Moving To. If you’re looking for a premium, world-class service that is able to give you that reliable and friendly feel, contact us today on and let’s get you moved!

Osidge – On the Border

n14 light removals in osidgeIt is North London Borough of Barnet, with the postcode of N14, and also shares a boundary with the London Borough of Enfield. The name itself is Anglo-Saxon deriving from a hedge belonging to someone named Osa. It was first recorded in a charter in 1176, when Henry II was referring to the abbot’s woodland property to the Abbot of St Albans. The nearest places that surround Osidge are Cockfosters, New Southgate, Arnos Grove, Southgate, Oakwood, Oakleigh Park, Brunswick Park and Friern Barnet. It is not seen as a separate locality by the residents of Southgate, rather a part of it. The nearest tube stations are Southgate and Oakwood that are both found on the Piccadilly line that runs through Central London and right up to the Western fringes of Uxbridge that is in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Major buildings in the area include Osidge Primary School, Osidge Health Centre as well as Ashmole School. It is also very close to New Southgate cemetery. A notable resident of this area was Sir Thomas Lipton, who moved there in 1893. After his death, most of his estate was built up but he had endowed his house as a hostel for nurses, which to this current day, still exists.

n14 domestic removal in osidgeRemovals in London often mean that you’re leaving the capital. Moving abroad is often over water thanks to this little country being an island! Either way, we have experience in both types of removals services around Osidge, N14 be it land or water. We are aware of the fact that moving to another country isn’t always easy and the cost can dramatically increase mysteriously, leaving you wonder how you’re going to cover the cost! That’s why we’re here. Moving To prides itself on making international removals affordable, so that you are able to start your new life with pride, joy and ease that you don’t feel you’re already in debt before you get to the next place! You can book our services directly via our website or if you prefer (like most people do!), to call us directly on and speak with one of our representatives during our working hours.