Ealing & Acton Area Profile
Once known as “the Queen of the Suburbs”, Ealing is an easily accessible slice of suburban West London, popular with families whose wage-earners work in town or out along the Silicon corridor of the Thames Valley. Lots of families are attracted to settle down here by the good schools and wide range of properties in this area.
In Ealing there is a variety of properties including: converted flats, period and listed properties, purpose built flats, Victorian, Edwardian, mock-Tudor and 1930s style houses, detached, semi-detached and terraced properties, other modern town houses and, in the last decade, a good choice of newly built apartment blocks which offer security facility and concierge facilities.
The rental market is extraordinarily good because of the convenience to commute to Central London by public transport and other parts of the country via the North Circular Road, M4 and A40.
The new Ealing Broadway station will serve the new Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) connecting Ealing to Central London, Heathrow and East London with high speed trains making Ealing an important hub for Londoners.
Excellent transport links can be obtained from various stations, including:
- Ealing Broadway: National Railway Mainline Station to Paddington and the West Country
- District & Central Line Underground
- Bus connection
- Ealing Common Piccadilly & District Line Underground
- Acton Town Piccadilly & District Line Underground
- North Ealing Piccadilly Line Underground
- Park Royal Piccadilly Line Underground
- Hanger Lane Central Line Underground
- West Acton Central Line Underground
- Acton Central overground connection to North and South London
- Acton Mainline National Railway Mainline Station to Paddington and Ealing Broadway
- West Ealing National Rail to Paddington and Berkshire & Heathrow connect
- Heathrow Connect (now TfL Rail) and Heathrow Express