Simple on demand rubbish clearance and house clearance service. We love facts about your area. Characterised by a distinct palette of Victorian and Edwardian housing blocks, Maida Vale and nearby Warwick Avenue make up a busy and largely affluent area of West London. The tree lined avenues are home to names such as Kate Moss and Ben Miller and are also known to be home to the BBC Maida Vale Studios. The legendary site is still used today to play host to a wide variety of musical talent, for both recording and live gigs. Little Venice is a small area in this part of London, an area around the Little Venice Lagoon where numerous canal boats are moored. Bordered by regency buildings and more modern housing development, the area a sought after place to live and work.
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Maida vale is characterised by its wide tree-lined avenues, large communal gardens and red-brick mansion blocks from the late-Victorian and Edwardian eras. The first mansion blocks were completed in 1897, with the arrival of the identically-designed Lauderdale Mansions South, Lauderdale Mansions West and Lauderdale Mansions East in Lauderdale Road. Others quickly followed in neighbouring streets: Elgin Mansions (Elgin Avenue) and Leith Mansions (Grantully Road) in 1900, Ashworth Mansions (Elgin Avenue and Grantully Road) and Castellain Mansions (Castellain Road) in 1902, Elgin Court (Elgin Avenue) and Carlton Mansions (Randolph Avenue) in 1902, and Delaware Mansions (Delaware Road) and Biddulph Mansions (Elgin Avenue and Biddulph Road) in 1907.
Warwick Avenue is a residential avenue in the Little Venice area. The name is believed to have been coined by the English poet Robert Browning. who lived here from 1862 to 1887. Browning's Pool is named after the poet, and is the junction of Regent's Canal and the Paddington arm of the Grand Union Canal.