Removals and Storage Basingstoke
Within easy reach of London, Basingstoke is a vibrant and modern town with many successful businesses, not forgetting to mention its shopping and entertainment offering at Festival place. Basingstoke is also surrounded by pretty villages and set in the stunning Hampshire countryside. With great road and rail links to London and the South coast it makes Basingstoke a great choice when thinking about moving house. – If you’d like free advice or even some prices on removals and storage in Basingstoke call Steele & Co removals Basingstoke on 01256 541080 or click here for an online quote
With great options for removals and storage in Basingstoke there is much more that Steele and Co can offer. If you’re looking for quality removals in Basingstoke and the surrounding then why not have a quote from us. We are one of, if not the highest independently reviewed local removals company, see what people say about us –
Our Optional Services Include:
- Packing / Unpacking Services
- Dismantling and reassembly of furniture
- Carpet protection for Stairs and Hall ways
During our visit we assess your removal needs quickly and accurately and will provide you with a detailed quotation and bespoke move plan usually the same day.
Whether you are moving a long distance or remaining in the locality, we can offer a tailored range of packing services.
Steele & Co Basingstoke offer all of its Removals and Storage Services throughout Hampshire including the following towns and villages:
- Andover, Basingstoke, Beggarwood, Brighton Hill, Chineham, Hatch Warren, Kempshot, Lychpit, Oakridge, South Ham, Viables, Winklebury, Worting, Odiham, Preston Candover, Dummer, Oakley, Overton, Hook, Micheldever, North Waltham
Popular for its bustling shopping streets, Basingstoke most famous landmarks are The Milestones Museum, The Vyne, originally home to Henry VIII’s Lord Chamberlain, also tratfield Saye House offers an intriguing insight into the life of the Great Duke of Wellington
The city is also home to The Anvil, with its excellent acoustics, is one of the region’s leading music venues.
Basingstoke has a vibrant nightlife offering many bars, traditional pubs like Fur and Feathers and restaurants like The Sushi Maki make eating out a pleasure.
Nearby is the famous Highclere Castle the location for TV Dramas like Downton Abbey and just a short drive away is the market town of Alresford which is home to the famous Watercress Line offering a step back in time allowing you to experience the golden age of steam, sit back, relax and travel ten miles through Hampshire’s picturesque countryside by steam train.
When most people think of Basingstoke, they think of that new town off the M3 a Hampshire town with a thriving global businesses, excellent transport connections and great shops. It may therefore come as a surprise that in recent years Basingstoke has been rated as the 3rd fastest growing town in the UK and 7th most affluent.
However, there is more to Basingstoke than first meets the eye. When you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, why not look a little deeper into Basingstoke’s history? Did you know Jane Austen, one of the most famous novelists in the world, was born in Steventon, near Basingstoke. Not only did she live in Steventon for more than half her life, she also drafted her celebrated novel, ‘Pride and Prejudice’, while living in the area. It is thought that Jane visited the town of Basingstoke for everything from shopping to dancing, which would have had a major influence on her life and writing. She moved house often living in other market towns and cities such as Winchester and Southampton.
Have you heard of the fashion brand Burberry?
Thomas Burberry the founder of Burberry, the 160 + year-old global fashion brand with a very distinct British attitude was the brainchild of a Basingstoke man. Thomas Burberry was an apprentice draper from the local area, who at the age of 21 established a process for waterproofing yarn and cloth after a chance conversation with a shepherd. Recognising that the shepherd’s clothing had seemingly become waterproof through contact with lanolin, Thomas Burberry invented a breathable waterproof fabric for outdoor clothes. The first Burberry store opened in Basingstoke on Winchester Street in 1856 and the rest, as they say, is history.
The serious stuff
For further information on buying or renting your new home within Basingstoke and its surroundings visit https://www.rightmove.co.uk/
For help with schools visit – https://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/ http://www.lifeafterlondon.com/finding-a-new-school/
For the grown ups
Basingstoke offers a choice of golf courses including, Dummer Golf Club and Weybrook Park, in addition to this there are several leisure facilities including gyms like Beechdowns and Everest Health Club.
If you’re looking for high standards of removals and storage in Basingstoke and surrounding areas, if you’re looking for your removal staff to be uniformed and clean as they carefully carry your delicate belongings through your old home and your new home.