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Access House, 141 Morden Road, Mitcham, CR4 4DG
02031 314 331
Our self storage facility in Mitcham.
Access Self Storage Mitcham - car park
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Access Self Storage Mitcham - 75 sq. ft. storage unit
Access Self Storage Mitcham - 200 sq. ft. storage unit
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Store Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
08.30 - 18.00
08.30 - 17.00
10.00 - 16.00
Store Features
Other Services

Office Space

Parking Space


Records Management

Telephone Answering Service

Access Self Storage Mitcham
Access House
02031 314 331

Storage units near Mitcham

Access Self Storage Morden

If you’re looking for Access Self Storage Morden, your best option is Access Self Storage Mitcham, just a few minutes away. Contact us today for a quote, or use our easy reservation tool.

Are you a business owner in need of a telephone answering service? A family moving into the Morden or Mitcham area? Or literally anyone else who needs to put something, somewhere safe and dry for a while? Access Self Storage Mitcham provides secure, flexible storage options for Morden and surrounding area residents. Whether you’re a business owner looking for somewhere to store your van for a few weeks, or you need to make room for some new furniture, we can help, and with our large range of unit sizes, we’re sure to be able to find the perfect one for your needs.

As well as storage options, our business services, including, flexible office space, mailboxes and telephone answering are just what a lot of small businesses need to make their day to day lives just that bit easier.

To find us:

Get on to Abbotsbury Rd then head South-East toward Central Rd/A239

Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Central Rd/A239

At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Morden Rd/A239

Access Self Storage Mitcham will be on your right.

Human activity in Morden dates back to the Iron age, with Celtic tribes being the first to occupy what is now Wimbledon and its surrounding areas. However, whilst humans lived there for a while, the first significant piece of urban development was down to the Romans, who built Stane Street, between London and Chichester. If you look at Google Maps now, you can see that large parts of the road are still entirely straight, just as it was built originally. If you’re a business owner and spend a lot of time transporting stock from London to the surrounding areas, why not store some of it a little further out to save yourself a bit of driving? Our units are secure and dry within our gated perimeter and you’ll be able to access your goods 24/7. If you want to take advantage of these great roads, consider Access Self Storage near Morden.

A leafy, residential area (compared to the city centre at least!), Morden is home to many commuters who enjoy being able to unwind in the Morden Hall Park in their spare time. The 125-acre area, is run and protected by the National Trust and can be found on the banks of the river Wandle, just a quarter of a mile away from the northern line which will take you straight into the city. Elsewhere in Morden, lives the Bait'ul Futuh Mosque, which, completed in 2003, is the largest mosque in Western Europe. It was also voted one of the top 50 buildings in the world by Spectator Magazine, so well worth a visit! If you, like the many Morden residents, enjoy spending your summer days lazing by the river but need somewhere to store your blankets and picnic things during the colder seasons, remember that Access offers great self storage Morden just down the road in Mitcham and our staff will always be happy to help you pick the perfect unit for your needs.

Contact Access Self Storage Mitcham today. Or maybe one of our other South London stores is more convenient for you? Check out Access Self Storage West Norwood, Access Self Storage Balham, or Access Self Storage Wandsworth.

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