Known as “Queen of the Suburbs”, Ealing has so much to offer when looking for a new property. From family homes in leafy roads, exclusive duplex apartments or bright and spacious studios there is something for everyone and to suit all budgets.
The large Victorian family homes are located to the west of Ealing Common and are much sought after. Although they only come onto the market infrequently, because of Helliwell & Co’s position as a local independent Estate Agent and our contacts within the Ealing community, we very often find out about these properties being put up for sale before other agents.
Properties to rent can be found throughout Ealing, from terraced cottages or three-bedroom family homes to one-bedroom apartments in developments such as Walpole Court or XXXXX. Demand for rented property is currently outstripping supply, so registering with Helliwell & Co will ensure that we can alert you as soon as a new property becomes available.
It’s the mix of all these different property types and the people who live there that gives Ealing its unique sense of community. Because of all the benefits that Ealing has to offer, many clients of Helliwell & Co have remained in Ealing through several changes of address and nothing gives us more pleasure than supporting them at every stage of their property journey. We know of many families who have initially rented a property from us who subsequently go on to buy their family home once they have discovered the joys of living in the area.
The sense of community in Ealing is derived in part from the variety of local independent businesses that are based here. Harrison’s sumptuous delicatessen on Pitshanger Lane or The Moon and Maybe coffee shop are great examples of thriving local businesses. As a like-minded independent Ealing business, Helliwell & Co are proud to support them. Register with us and we will give you discount vouchers for these and other local enterprises.
Ealing has the feel of a village yet is close to the heart of London. Flanked to the east by Ealing Common, to the west by Lammas Park and Walpole Park and to the south by the famous Gunnersbury Park, any resident of Ealing would never be more than a few minutes’ walk to an open green space.
Fox Wood Nature Reserve, site of rare ancient woodland is a great place to see wildflowers, birds and animals.
Further towards West Ealing, Pitshanger Park offers tennis, football or bowls and is adjacent to Ealing Golf Club.
Helliwell & Co is the proud sponsor of Ealing XXX football team so come along to a match and cheer them on !
Leaving the green spaces of Ealing behind to travel to central London or elsewhere couldn’t be easier. Ealing is connected to the Central, District and Piccadilly lines via four tube stations in zone 3.
Paddington takes less than 15 minutes by rail and Heathrow can be reached in 30 minutes.
Ealing benefits from segregated cycle routes; including the Ruislip Road East Quietway that provides a segregated path from Greenford Broadway to Ealing and more recently Transport for London has completed works on the segregated A40 Cycleway.
The nearby M4 and A40 provide access to the wider motorway network and Ealing is well supplied with bus routes in all directions.
With Crossrail opening soon, traveling from Ealing becomes even better; something that will make homes in Ealing even more sought after.
For families looking to move to Ealing, it’s important to know what the local schools have to offer.
The Ealing Council website gives full details of the 91 state run schools and nurseries in the area. Schools and colleges | Ealing Council. These include William Perkin, Villiers and Featherstone schools that scored “well above average” in recent Ofsted reports.
Information on independent schools in the area can be found on the government website Search results for ” – GOV.UK (get-information-schools.service.gov.uk)
All the team at Helliwell & Co have lived and worked in the area all their lives so can share their knowledge with you of everything that Ealing has to offer, from where the hot properties can be found, who serves the best coffee or which bus to hop on for a night on the town. Register with us here or pop in for a chat at one of our offices on St Mary’s Road, Ealing