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What's it like to live in Ealing?

Is it an area on the up? What are the pros and cons of living here?

Asked on Aug 16 2007, General in London | Report content

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  • Property in Ealing offers a huge variety of styles and prices, including medium to large family homes, small traditional cottages, exclusive new apartment blocks, modern flats and Victorian conversions. Three to five bedroom family houses are particularly popular and tend to sell fast. Known as the "Queen of the Suburbs", Ealing is one of the most attractive boroughs in London. Ealing residents are spoilt for green open spaces, with the beautiful Gunnersbury, Lammas and Walpole parks all within a short distance of the centre. Famous for the still-operational Ealing Studios, the area also has a vibrant shopping centre with a good mix of major stores and local retailers. There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and cafés. With a selection of excellent schools at all age levels, and a welcoming, relaxed community atmosphere, buying a property in Ealing is the ideal choice for young families. Popular schools with local families include Christchurch and St Saviour's Church of England Junior schools and independent schools such as Notting Hill and Ealing School for Girls, Durston House and St Benedict's. Northfields Estate Agents 0208 840 6666

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    Answered on Sep 22 2009, Report content
  • Hi, We would suggest that you get in touch with local estate agents in order to get some background about the area. You can search for agents using the ‘find agents’ tab on the top of the Zoopla Page. We hope this helps.

    Answered on Sep 27 2013, Report content

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