Ealing


Ealing Area Guide

Ealing is often known as the Queen of the Suburbs, a title earned as a result of the neighbourhood’s high quality of life. The area is known for its local parks, independent shops, schools and entertainment scene.

It is also one of West London’s best-connected locations, with numerous stations providing access to the Central, District and Piccadilly Lines, as well as National Rail links towards Paddington and Heathrow. These transport routes will soon be supplemented by the advent of the Crossrail project's Elizabeth Line, which will stop at both Ealing Broadway and West Ealing.

Ealing Broadway is the focal point of the town, featuring most of its shopping and dining opportunities, as well as luxury apartments in the Dickens Yard development. The new Filmworks project will add an eight-screen cinema and more retail spaces to further enhance the area.

Ealing’s most popular residential areas include Pitshanger Lane, a pretty neighbourhood with an award-winning high street; the Brentham Garden Suburb, a conservation area whose sports club’s famous alumni include Wimbledon tennis champion Fred Perry and England cricket captain Mike Brearley; Northfields, an affluent area which hosts some of the best of Ealing’s schools; and South Ealing, home to the famous Ealing Studios.

There is an array of properties for sale and to rent in Ealing with many Victorian detached houses, period converted flats and upmarket contemporary apartments. Many properties overlook the numerous green spaces across the area and are close to local amenities.

If you are looking to rent or buy property in Ealing, Thorgills have a wide variety of residential properties available. Get in touch with our friendly team of  estate and letting agents who will be happy to help.

 

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