Otherwise known as ‘Queen of The Suburbs’, Ealing has long been regarded as one of London's most desirable areas, enjoying many advantages including outstanding schools, large open spaces and top quality cafes, bars and restaurants.
Ealing is the birthplace of the famous Ealing Studios and Ealing Blues Club, with a thriving base for film-makers and musicians. The annual Summer Festival draws large crowds and top performers.
Whether you are a first time buyer or a growing family, South Ealing offers a mix of modern apartments and period conversion flats to imposing Victorian & Edwardian detached houses. If you are looking for a property steeped in history with period features galore then South Ealing will not disappoint.
There is easy access to central London and Heathrow via London Underground Piccadilly Line with stations at both South Ealing & Ealing Common. A substantial programme of remodelling and renovation will begin shortly at Ealing Broadway Station (already serviced by the Central & District Lines) in preparation for the introduction of Crossrail in 2019, when the journey to Paddington Station will take 7 mins., Bond Street 11 mins., and Heathrow 15 mins.
Ealing has 64 state primary schools and a number of prestigious independent schools, including St. Benedict's, Notting Hill & Ealing High School and St Augustine’s Priory. It is also home to the west London campus (now enjoying a major upgrade and refurbishment) of the University of West London, which was voted the best modern university in London in the 2013 Guardian University League Tables.
Ealing Broadway has 2 thriving shopping centres with over 80 popular retailers as well as a busy high street with smaller boutiques & independent shops in South Ealing & Northfields.
Restaurants and Pubs
An excellent selection of restaurants and gastro pubs, offering almost every type of international cuisine. South Ealing also has many good pubs, featuring everything from popular pub quizzes to live music.
Ealing has numerous fine public parks including Walpole Park, the site where The Ealing Summer Festival is held, as well as The Lammas. Both have lovely playground facilities and handy on site cafes.