Camden town NW1 head district – anather great place for our cleaning services in London. We have clean many houses and offices in Camden town NW1, providing carpet cleaning and domestic cleaning in this London area.
Camden Town, often called Camden is an inner city district of London, only 2.4 miles north-northwest of Charing Cross. It is one of the 35 major centres identified in theLondon Plan. Now you can see why we paid here so much attention.
It has been known as as a residential district since 1791. Camden Town NW1 is an important location during the early development of the railways and is also located on the London canal network. Its industrial economic basis has been replaced by retail, tourism and entertainment, including a number of internationally known markets and music venues that are strongly associated with alternative culture. All these makes excelent background for developing business and that is why we offer here all our range of activities:
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- Carpet Cleaning in London
- Domestic Cleaning in London
- Office Cleaning in London
- End of Tenancy cleaning in London
- Upholstery Cleaning in London
- Rug Cleaning in London
- Regular Cleaning in London
- Spring Cleaning in London
- Move In Cleaning, Move Out Cleaning in London
- Hard Floor Cleaning in London
- Commercial Cleaning
- Building Maintenance in London
To feel the attraction of the region we shall only mention the main Historic places
Camden catacombs – an underground area largely underneath the Camden markets, originally used as stables for horses and pit ponies used to shunt railway wagons. Not open to visitors due to danger of flooding.
St Pancras Old Church
The Camden Eye at 2 Kentish Town Road, was formerly known and as the Old Mother Red Cap, the Red Cap and Halfway House. It was also used as a prison.
St Michael’s Church, Camden Town
The Carreras Cigarette Factory (now Greater London House), a striking Art Deco Egyptian Revival building dating from 1926 to 1928, stands atMornington Crescent and is distinguished by a pair of 8.5-foot (2.6 m)-high bronze statues of the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet.
Arlington House, a hostel for the homeless, one of the Rowton Houses.
The unusual Sainsbury’s supermarket and flats on Camden Road were designed in a High-tech style byNicholas Grimshaw and built on the site of the former large ABC Bakery.
8 Royal College Street, the house of the French poets, Arthur Rimbaud andPaul Verlaine.
Bedford Music Hall: Used to stand on Camden High Street.
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2 Repton House
2 Jack’s Farm Way