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Lying to the west of Chiswick, Ealing is proud to offer a laid back, village feel to its residents whilst also providing a quick commute to the city. A commute that is soon to be the envy of many with the arrival of Crossrail. In the 1850s, Ealing was named the ‘Queen of the Suburbs’; it’s easy to understand why it retains that title today.

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Ealing is currently experiencing a vast amount of regeneration. There is excitement in the air with the anticipation of an eight screen picturehouse cinema and cultural quarter. This, along with high end retailers jostling for prime position in Dickens Yard, is set to make Ealing a truly desirable location. The area boasts a vast amount of green open space, impressive architecture, excellent transport links and leading London schools. Therefore it is easy to see why so many families and young professionals put Ealing at the top of their property search list.

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Schools in Ealing

Ealing has a range of excellent state and independent schools. Here are a few of the best:

Primary State Schools

Montpelier Primary School is a well established and highly successful primary school located in central Ealing. It has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

Christ the Saviour C of E Primary School is London’s largest Church of England Primary School, located close to Ealing Broadway station. It ensures the very highest levels of academic achievement and has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

Independent Prep Schools

Durston House School is an independent preparatory school for boys aged 4-13. It boasts academic excellence and enviable sports facilities. It is located on Castlebar Road, a short walk from Ealing Broadway station.

Harvington Prep School is an academic school that is proud of its moral and ethical values. It takes boys and girls in the Nursery and girls from the age of 4-11. It is located close to Durston House School on Castlebar Road.

Secondary Independent Schools

Notting Hill & Ealing High School is an independent day school for girls in Ealing and has a long tradition of academic excellence. The senior school is located close to Castlebar Hill, whilst the Junior school, which takes girls from the age of 4-11, is located near to St. Stephen’s Church.

St Benedict’s School is a leading independent Catholic co-educational school. It takes boys and girls from the age of 3-18 and has a proud academic record. St Benedict’s School is located on Eaton Rise, close to Ealing Abbey.

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Travel & Commuting

  • Ealing is ideally placed for travelling into and out of Central London.
  • Central Line runs from Ealing Broadway to Oxford Circus and beyond.
  • District Line runs to Earls Court and beyond.
  • Ealing Broadway is also a National Rail station.
  • Heathrow Connect services run every 30 minutes from Paddington to Heathrow Airport via Ealing Broadway (journey time 25 minutes in total).
  • Ealing provides its residents with a direct connection to Heathrow Airport and the M25 via the A40/M40 and A4/M4.
  • Head to Transport for London to get all the up to date London public transport information.

Council Tax

Ealing is in the London Borough of Ealing. Annual council tax charges generally start at around £960 for Band A and goes up to just above £2800 for Band H.

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Open Spaces

There is an abundance of green open space in Ealing, which is one of its major draws for buyers from more central parts of London.

Walpole Park is located in the heart of Ealing’s Heritage Quarter, behind Pitzhanger Manor House. It has been restored to its former Regency glory of its creator, Sir John Soane, through a Heritage Lottery Funded Project. It boasts a new children’s playground and a newly restored fountain and Rustic Bridge on the Serpentine Lake as well as a café. Every year during July, Walpole Park hosts the hugely popular Ealing Jazz, Blues, Comedy and Beer Festivals.

To the east of Ealing Broadway lies Ealing Common, a leafy green space, which provides a popular and peaceful spot for picnics and walks. Surrounded by some of Ealing’s most impressive properties, it is particularly beautiful in the spring when the many horse chestnut trees are in bloom. To the north, Pitshanger Park is hugely impressive and is popular with families, dog walkers and tennis players.

Out and About

As well as many well known, high street stores, Ealing Broadway is home to several independent shops, new restaurants and cafés. Dive into Electric Coffee Company on Haven Green for some of the best coffee in town or head to Charlottes W5, an award winning restaurant in Dickens Yard serving the most delicious brunch and much more.


To the North is Pitshanger Village, a hidden gem and deserved winner of The Best High Street in London. With ‘the Lane’ offering an array of independent shops such as Oscars and Cinnamon coffee shops, Hook & Cleaver free-range and organic butchers, Pitshanger Village Bakery, Harrison’s Deli and the hugely inviting Village Inn, it is easy to understand why Pitshanger is so popular with its Ealing residents.

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 Something for the weekend

  • Enjoy a professional production, or even get involved, at Questors Theatre, considered to be the largest amateur theatre in Europe, situated opposite Walpole Park.
  • Head into the ‘countryside’ by taking a walk to Horsenden Hill, a nature conservation site that comprises of meadows, wetland and woodland habitat. Fly a kite or simply absorb the spectacular views of London and the home counties.
  • Become a member of Ealing Trailfinders rugby club. From rugby rats to Senior Amateurs, Ealing Trailfinders is a great club to get into or back into the game of rugby.
  • Pick up your racquet and head to Lammas Park, The Brentham Club or the Will to Win tennis courts and afterwards soak up the sun on the terrace of the popular Will to Win café in Pitshanger Park.
  • Take a walk along The Grand Union Canal to see the Hanwell Flight of Locks, a uniquely scenic sight on West London’s doorstep, which has been designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument by English Heritage.

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Ealing property prices

Average price per square foot (in March 2018): £700
Average 4 bed house: £925,000+
Average 2 bed converted flat: £550,000+


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What the locals say

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“Ealing is full of gems – beautiful Walpole Park, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, St Barnabas Church, Questors Theatre.”@MumsnetEaling

“Pitshanger Lane’s bookshop, greengrocer, fishmonger, butcher, cafes and charity shops.” @annielistening

“For eating go to Charlotte’s Place, Kerbisher & Malt, Santa Maria, Paperback Coffee and Ealing Park Tavern!” Hannah W13

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“Great primary schools, top quality local food shops, lots of great playgrounds.” Emma W13

“We love Pitshanger Park and its café, blackberry picking around the allotments and for a longer walk and a spectacular view of London, Horsenden Hill.” James W5

“There is a wonderful cheese and wine shop on Pitshanger Lane and Yvon’s Artisan Patisserie for the best French patisserie this side of Kensington.” Alison, Northfields

“Head to the Fox pub for Sunday family afternoons, Clocktower and W7 Emporium for fab food, the Bunny Park for the zoo, over the other side of the canal for generally feeling like you’re not in London. And, of course, the community as a whole makes Ealing such a friendly and welcoming area.” Rachel, Northfields

“For the arts, we have Open Ealing, Questors, Pitzhanger Manor art exhibitions and great summer festivals (comedy, blues, jazz, beer and carnivals).” Katharine, W13

“Go to Harrison’s deli on Pitshanger Lane for the most amazing Scotch eggs! And awesome service…” Kirsten W5

“Blackberry picking in Fox Wood; a small wood just a stone’s throw from A406 and A40 intersection, but it feels like it’s miles for anywhere.” Martin W5

“Pitshanger for the park which has plenty to do or a nice stroll, it also has interesting little shops and plenty of coffee shops.” Sharon W5

“For good coffee: Paperback, The Fields, Electric and Artisan. Good food shops: Hook and Cleaver Butchers, Poisson Fishmongers, Cheddar Deli and The Lord Nelson for great food, drinks and events.” Richie W13

“We are so blessed to be at one end of Pitshanger Lane – a friendly and supportive village. We love The Village Inn, a great local pub, The lovely Duke of Kent provides mulled wine at xmas fairs, Innovation Dance will dance at our next fair. Our harvest displays were donated by Harrison’s Deli and the bakery and our Xmas tree from the greengrocer!” @Barnabites

Coming soon…

One word: Crossrail.

Crossrail will, for the first time, deliver a direct connection between all of London’s main employment centres; linking Heathrow with Paddington, the West End, the City and Canary Warf. The western section of the Crossrail route will bring with it new stations at West Ealing and a major renovation of Ealing Broadway station. The journey time from Ealing Broadway to Liverpool Street will be cut to just eighteen minutes. As a result, Ealing is, without a doubt, a property hotspot. But don’t delay; prices are still rising so now is the time to buy.

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    Oct 11, 2015

    Loving your guide to Ealing NPLH :-).
    Pitshanger village really is one of Londons hidden gems indeed – ssshhhh don’t shout it too loud . Alison

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