Townends Estate and Letting agents in Ealing
Townends Estate Agents Ealing are your local, industry expert, estate and letting agents. We have been successfully helping people buy, sell, rent or let property for over 25 years. Our extensive local knowledge of both the Ealing property market and local area, coupled with our expert, qualified staff uniquely positions us to assist you with your property needs.
Townends Estate Agents Ealing assists people buying, selling, renting or letting property in: Ealing, Ealing Common, Acton, Gunnersbury and West Ealing.
Looking to sell or let your property in Ealing?
Our property experts have experience selling and letting a variety of property types, whether it’s your detached, semi-detached or terraced house, flat, cottage or bungalow our experts can advise you on how to maximise the potential of your sale or let. To book your FREE, no obligation property valuation call 01932 504 686 now.
Townends Estate Agents Ealing also provides a range of dedicated property services in order to assist you with your sale or let, including:
Looking to buy or rent a property in Ealing?
At Townends Estate Agents Ealing, we understand that choosing where to buy or rent a property is a big decision. That is why all of our staff are experts on the local area, enabling them to not only find your perfect home in Ealing but also help you find your perfect lifestyle.
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The Avenue, London, W13
An impressive detached double-fronted Victorian property with bright and well-proportioned rooms over two floors with a wealth of period features including period fireplace surrounds and corniced ceilings. The ground floor...
Gordon House, Western Avenue, Ea...
The perfect opportunity to purchase a spacious and well-presented one bedroom apartment, located just moments away from brilliant transport links and offered to the market with no onward chain as...
Anderson Close, London, W3
This well presented first floor Studio apartment set within a private development. The property is located within walking distance to North Acton (Central Line Zone 2) and Acton Mainline Station....
Greystoke House, 150 Brunswick R...
Guide price £450,000
FOR SALE VIA ONLINE AUCTION: STARTING BIDS OF £450,000 TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY. Townends are pleased to offer this beautifully presented two double bedroom, two bathroom flat suitably located for...
Artesian Lodge, Hilda Road, Sout...
Set within stunning landscaped grounds and offering distinctive design this truly wonderful lodge house with mezzanine forms part of the elegant St Bernards Grade II listed building. This luxury home...
Haven Green Court, Ealing, W5
£2500 pcm + fees -
A spacious four bedroom apartment in the popular Haven Green Court development. This property is in good condition throughout and has larger than average reception room, eat in fully fitted...
Wicket Road, Ealing, London, UB6
£995 pcm + fees -
A one double bedroom flat available in a popular development within a quiet cul-de-sac. The property consists of a spacious open plan lounge/kitchen with breakfast bar, double bedroom and family...
Uxbridge Road, Ealing, W13
£1100 pcm + fees -
A well-presented one double bedroom maisonette offering an open plan reception room with a fully fitted kitchen including a Juliette balcony, double bedroom and separate bathroom. Other benefits include wooden...
Corfton Road, Ealing, W5
£1295 pcm + fees -
A beautifully arranged one double bedroom flat ideally located in a quiet tree lined part of Ealing. The property comprises a double bedroom, spacious reception, modern separate kitchen and bathroom,...
Mercury House, Heathcroft, Londo...
£1750 pcm + fees -
A well presented two bedroom apartment offering a spacious lounge, open plan fitted kitchen, two good sized bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom, further family bathroom, communal gymnasium, garden and allocated off-street...
The London borough of Ealing is known as The Queen of the Suburbs because it is composed of seven unique residential areas: Acton, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale and Southall.
Together they offer a vibrant and diverse community that attracts a wide range of residents. Previously a semi-rural retreat for the wealthy, today Ealing provides a blend of urban streets and rural parks with residents embracing the self-contained village atmosphere.
Things to do in Ealing
Eating, Drinking and Shopping in Ealing
Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre provides a blend of high-street shops alongside many local fashion boutiques. There is also a range of cafés and restaurants for shoppers to relax and unwind in as well as a local library and a Nuffield Health.
Ealing’s residents also benefit from Ealing Farmers’ Market a weekly market where you can find fresh fish and cheeses as well as homemade pies. There are many local pubs for residents to enjoy which overlook many of Ealing’s greenspaces such as The Drayton Court Hotel and Pub which is said to have one of the largest pub garden’s in London.
Activities and Entertainment in Ealing
Ealing has plenty of things to do to keep you, your family and your friends entertained. It is one of the greenest boroughs in London with several wide, open spaces for residents to enjoy. These include Ealing Green, Walpole Park, Pits Hanger Park, Scotch Common and Ealing Common. During the summer months Walpole Park is home to The Ealing Summer Festival which displays an array of world music and comedy.
The Dickens Yard project, which is currently in its final phase, aims to bring new business and leisure premises to the area. It will link together the Town Hall, the Old Fire Station and the Parish Church – three of Ealing’s Victorian gems. Also nearing completion is the creation of three new public piazzas where markets, street theatre and jazz events will be held. These new developments will ensure that cultural life in Ealing continues its positive growth.
Culture in Ealing
Famously, Ealing is home to the oldest film studios in the world: Ealing Studios. They were taken over by the BBC in 1955 and since then a range of Ealing’s locations have been featured in many prime time shows including Doctor Who and Monty Python’s Flying Circus. These studios have also been used for film-making and Ealing’s backdrop can be witnessed in Notting Hill, The Importance of Being Earnest and most recently St. Trinian’s (2007).
Ealing is also home to The Questors which is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe. They stage over 20 productions annually and have over 1500 members. OPEN Ealing and Ealing Art Group are a further two options of artistic groups which have added vibrancy and provide entertainment to the residents of Ealing.
Schools in Ealing
In Ealing there are a number of Ofsted Outstanding schools and properties located within their catchments are in high demand. There are a total of 65 infant schools and 12 high schools in the borough of Ealing.
Transport Links in and around Ealing
Ealing provides excellent transport links in and around its surrounding areas. It is also well connected for locations further afield.
Ealing is in a prime location for road users. The North Circular, M4 to Heathrow and the West Country as well as the A40/ M40 to Oxford are all easily accessible. Ealing also offers a regular bus service in and around the borough.
Residents of Ealing benefit from easy access to Central London via the Central, District and Piccadilly Lines. Ealing is served by 4 underground stations all located in Travelcard Zone 3, these are Ealing Broadway, North Ealing, South Ealing and Ealing Common. There is also a fast train to London Paddington just 15 minutes from Ealing Broadway.
As of 2019, the installation of the new Crossrail service will make commuting to London and Canary Warf from Ealing even easier.
The property market in Ealing
The majority of properties in Ealing are detached and semi-detached houses on tree-lined streets. In Ealing Broadway you will find grand old Victorian buildings which are often split into apartments. New developments are constantly being built and the exciting Dickens Yard project has launched its final phase.
Currently the property market in Ealing is performing well. According to Zoopla estimates, the average house price in Ealing is approximately £802,047 with the market improving by 6.06% in the past year. Call 01932 504 686 now to find out how much you could sell or let your property for.