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Estate Agents in Ealing

Ealing is in the throes of regeneration, with five new Crossrail stations popping up across the borough. Recently, the speedy east-west line opened and the commute to the West End now takes just 11 minutes. It is also filled with green spaces and excellent schools, making it very popular with families.

Often called the ‘Queen of Suburbs’, Ealing has enjoyed a major facelift in recent years. With its renovated town centre and expanding property developments.

Yet it’s the anticipation of a new Crossrail station that’s led to reinvestment in the area and new business on the high street. You won’t be short of places to eat; 20 new restaurants have opened up in Ealing in the last four years, making 144 in total. There are also plenty of cafes and bars.

One in five sales in Ealing last year were new builds, and 80 per cent of those were at Dickens Yard, where prices start from £960,000. The developer behind it, Berkeley Group’s St George, is also behind Ealing Filmworks, which saw another 209 homes and a new cinema complex open recently.

Ealing’s a popular place to start a family, after all, with its green spaces and good local schools, particularly around South Ealing and Northfields. Walpole Park is one of the most important parks in the borough and provides the main recreational space for the area. The park is a significant, much-used formal park in the heart of the borough and is the site of Ealing Summer Festival. It forms part of a larger network of green spaces that provide essential respite from the pressures of urban living whether it is for recreation, an alternative ‘rural’ pedestrian route or a location for alfresco lunches for office workers.

Ealing Broadway is a leading London shopping destination in Ealing with a wide range of high street and top branded shops including Waitrose, Primark, and H&M just to name a few. Not only is there limitless shopping but there are also some of the finest restaurants including Turtle Bay, Gordon Ramsey's Bread Street Kitchen and the brand new Louisiana restaurant Popeye's. There is so much to do for a lovely day out.

Ealing covers a large slice of West London and mostly falls in Zone 3 for TfL services. Altogether, there are 13 Underground stations across the borough, with several in Zones 4 and 5. Ealing's central location and wide range of transport links provide convenient access to many destinations including the capital. By rail, Paddington is a 10-minute train journey and the West End is 30 minutes away on the District, Central or Piccadilly tube lines. Major road routes connect Ealing to Oxford, Birmingham, Bristol, South Wales, Central London, Heathrow and Gatwick Airport. Heathrow is the nearest airport to Ealing at a distance of approximately eight miles.

As well as its assigned zone, people frequently wonder what county is Ealing in. Even though today it’s part of Greater London, historically Ealing was counted as being in Middlesex.

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