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For those who want to look at flats to rent slightly out of the centre of London, the borough of Ealing could be the perfect choice.
Situated in the west of the capital and nestled between Brent and Hounslow, it is a large area boasting a significant amount of green spaces. This, along with its larger-sized abodes, makes it ideal for families looking for flats to rent with plenty of space and easy access to the city.
The borough is divided into Ealing and North Ealing, with many properties located along Ealing Common. A great deal of the homes are from Victorian and Edwardian times, which means they boast an old-fashioned charm as well as space and desirability.
Larger properties are also available in the Montpelier Park and Brentham areas, while West Ealing offers some of the most affordable housing in the borough - ideal for those who want city living without the hefty price tag.
So, why are flats to rent in the London borough of Ealing a good idea for people hoping to move to the area? You only have to look at the savings to be made to see.
The average cost of a one-bedroom apartment in the area ranges from £758 per month to £1,105 per month, while a two-bedroom abode will set you back £1,400 per month and a three-bedroom flat comes in at an average of £1,725.
In comparison, the average cost of a house in the UK in June 2010 was £166,072. This was a 0.1 per cent increase on the previous month and 8.4 per cent higher than June 2009. With house prices seemingly on the rise, perhaps this could be even more of an incentive to look at flats to rent in the London borough of Ealing.
To enable residents to get into the centre of London, the borough of Ealing is serviced by three Tube lines - District, Central and Piccadilly. These cover the length of the area, stopping at Ealing Broadway, Ealing Common and South Ealing. A Tube ride takes approximately 20 to 25 minutes, meaning it is an easy commute for city workers.
Alternatively, there are bus links into the capital, while the Tube stops, which are located in zone three, are not far from Heathrow Airport for any holidaymakers living in flats to rent in Ealing.
For those who prefer to drive, it is a manageable 25 minute journey into the centre of London by car.
Entertainment and local amenities
In keeping with its suburban style, Ealing has a lot to offer people renting properties in the area by way of shops, schools and entertainment. Along Broadway, fashionistas can find an abundance of stores, from well-known names in the large malls to smaller, trendy boutiques.
Children of a primary and secondary school age are catered for, while both the locals and newcomers to the area are friendly and welcoming, with a diverse mix of cultures represented.
For those looking at properties to rent in West London, Ealing could be the ideal location.
Posted by Ben Carter
Property To Rent in Ealing W5
£1,975 per month
First floor split level three bedroom apartment located close to amenities and within walking distance of West Ealing station. The property offers a large reception room, separate eat in kitchen, three double bedrooms, one bathroom, additonal wc and storage. The property is currently undergoing redecoration and is having new carpets throughout.
Tenant Fees May Apply
£8,100 per month
An unique opportunity to purchase an imposing Donald Baugh design and built Victorian double fronted 5 bedroom 5 bathroom house on one of Ealing's most prominent roads.Crossing over the gated paved front area, the property is entered through an imposing oversized front door that encapsulates the rest of the development in its presence and grandeur. Once ensconced inside the property the detail of the finish can truly be appreciated with the hand laid black and white Victorian tiles and the oversized skirting hinting at the modern juxtaposed with the traditional.
A traditional and modern mix has been adhered to with a wood panelled drawing room for entertaining on the right and opposite what appears to be the traditional lounge room. However once inside, again through an oversized door (a signature throughout the property) one can truly appreciate the thought of amalgamating the old and the new. A grand fireplace accompanied with traditional style radiators will provide the warmth in the winter, when in the summer the amount of light that enters the property will be ample to give the warmest of hue. This cleverly designed property allows light to flow from the traditional feel of the family room through sliding doors, should you choose to have them closed, that open in to a stunning triple wall Shuco glazed kitchen dining area. The light brilliantly contrasts with the pale porcelain underfloor heated tiles and the carbon metal and polar white Hacker kitchen. The kitchen is finished with Miele appliances split between a large island and NJC units as you would expect with such a property. The ability to have all 3 walls of the kitchen opening on to the 100ft South West facing garden offers the best possible space to entertain guests in the summer, allowing a completely open feel to the property. Thought has gone in to the use of materials with a granite and wood patio serving a well lawned area that neatly provides a self-contained summerhouse.
Up the handmade sprayed oak banister staircase that affords landing space on every level giving a real sense of uniformity to the proportions of every floor. The half landing with a Juliet balcony leading to bedroom 1, the 'White Room' that sticks with the magnificent use of light that exists throughout the house which are apparent in this room. The ideals of the design concept by having an open plan bathroom that lends itself to the stunning bespoke oak sash windows that offer superb views for those lazy Sunday mornings. Entering the master bedroom through the ever dominant oversized doors the thought to enjoying the house as an experience rather than just a place is again exemplified with a free standing bath on oak flooring. Running alongside his and hers side cabinets the full length room offers incredible light that is only bettered by the Donald Baugh bespoke cabinetry and the triple window overlooking the garden. Two other bedrooms follow on the 2nd floor with shower and bathrooms that function follows form that follows design. Allowing superior bespoke curved NGC cabinetry that only enhances the ever present light throughout the property.
The wonderfully finished acid treated exterior only lends itself to protect the magnificence of the full refurbishment to the highest of standards of what lies within.
Tenant Fees May Apply
£1,550 per month
A two bedroom flat located within easy access to Ealing Broadway Station and local shopping centre. Accommodation offers a reception room, fitted kitchen and bathroom w/c.
- Gas Central Heating (Not tested)
- Double glazing
Tenant Fees May Apply