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EALING ESTATE AGENT

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Property in Ealing 


Ealing has much to offer, whether you’re looking for a traditional Victorian house or a modern flat. Our Ealing area guide will ease the stress of moving home, helping to find exactly the property you are looking for.


Buying a property in Ealing?


If you are a fan of traditional homes, then Ealing has plenty of historical streets on offer. From later Victorian homes to Edwardian detached houses and 1920s terraces, there’s lots to see.


According to Rightmove, the average price of a home in Ealing was £825,499 in 2020. Whilst that may sound in line with London pricing, that isn’t the cost of a small one bedroom flat. In fact, flats in Ealing sold for around £471,364 on average and £819,806 could buy you a terraced house.


Overall, sold prices in Ealing over the last 12 months were 19% up on the previous year and 13% up on the 2017 peak of £732,752.


As you can see, Ealing is currently a very cost-effective place to buy compared to the rest of London.  However, with Crossrail’s launch imminent, we expect the cost of Ealing housing to keep increasing.

Selling your property in Ealing?


When working with a professional estate agent to sell your property it should be as straightforward and transparent as possible. All of the best estate agents in Ealing offer complimentary property valuations and come with good references. If a property is priced fairly then both buyer and seller will be happy. Plus, it is likely to sell faster.


Choosing an Ealing estate agent


There are plenty of real estate agents in Ealing, so we wouldn’t be surprised if you found it hard to choose. To help, here are some of the most important things to consider when looking for “estate agents Ealing”.

1. Friendly teams
Finding or selling a home is not normally an overnight job. You will be working with your chosen estate agent for a while, so you need to make sure you click. When speaking with potential agents, make sure they are trustworthy and eager to do a good job. Remember, a personable estate agent is likely to get on with potential buyers too.


2. Local experts and professional service
Finding an estate agent with an in-depth knowledge about Ealing and the surrounding area is essential. If they are a local expert, they will know all the essentials about the neighbourhood and be able to find what you’re looking for.


3. Property valuation in Ealing
Like Coyle Dowling Real Estates, most Ealing estate agents will offer a complimentary property valuation. This is a good opportunity to learn more about the agency and also set expectations for your house sale. Remember, whether you are buying or selling in Ealing, compare house prices with other local properties to see how it measures up. Of course, every home is different, but this should give you a good benchmark for the area to check the price is fair.


Renting property in Ealing?


Ealing has a thriving rental market, which is much more affordable than other areas of London. Whether you’re looking for a studio flat, a one bed flat, or a larger two, three or four bedroom house, Ealing can offer you properties at a lower rental cost per week than the average London rental property. Ealing has an abundance of outside space, which is very popular with renters.

Letting your property in Ealing?

If you are looking for a maintenance service in Ealing to manage your rental property, you have lots of choice. Lots of estate agents in Ealing also offer letting services. We advise getting in touch with a shortlist of agents to find one that suits you, your property and your needs.

Choosing an Ealing estate agent to you rent your flat 


When looking for a letting agent to manage your property, follow the same rules as if you were selling. That means finding an agent that offers accurate valuations, knows the local area and has a friendly team. To add to the list, you should take particular care to ensure your letting agent is trustworthy and credible. That is because they will be representing both you and your property in
the long term.

 

Why Coyle Dowling Real Estate Is Different

  • As a local estate agent in Ealing, here at Coyle Dowling Real Estate we pride ourselves on building relationships. This means that rather than pushing you to buy, rent or sell, we focus on finding the right result for you.

  • we offer a bespoke service to every client, starting from a free home valuation in Ealing, right through to completion. That means you can lean on us to help find the perfect home, tenant or buyer.

  • We offer unparalleled knowledge of the local area, with all the information of Ealing at our fingertips. That means we know the neighbourhood better than anyone, something that consistently helps us be the best estate agents Ealing.

  • As well as a number of other marketing techniques, I utilise all social media platforms to give your property total exposure and attract buyers that otherwise wouldn’t know about your home.

  • We are part of the largest network of business owners in the property industry which in turn gives me access to the largest database of active buyers in the market, both locally and globally.

My personalised marketing campaigns target buyers looking for properties like yours. I will capture maximum exposure for your home, in the shortest period of time.

A Bespoke service.  Book your free home valuation at a time that suits you.

A Brief History of Ealing


Ealing derives its name from Gillingas, meaning the people of Gilla, who may have been an Anglo-Saxon settler. Over the centuries, the name has changed, and has been known as Yealing, Zelling and Eling, until Ealing became the standard spelling in the 19th century.
The Church of St. Marys, Ealing, the parish church, dates back to at least the early twelfth century.  The parish of Ealing was divided into manors, such as those of Gunnersbury and Pitshanger. These were farmed, the crops being mostly rye, but but also wheat and maslin. There were also animals, such as cows, sheep and chickens.       

 

The first maps of Ealing were made in the eighteenth century and give an impression of what the parish looked like. It was mostly made up of open countryside and fields, where, as in previous centuries, the main occupation was farming. However, there was an important road running from west to east through the centre of the parish. This road was to be later known as the Uxbridge Road, and it ran eastwards towards London and westwards to Oxford Along this route were many inns, where horses could be changed and travellers refresh themselves. Those in Ealing were The Feathers, The Bell, The Green Man and The Old Hats.   

 

Why You Should Live in Ealing


Ealing, London covers the area from the edges of Chiswick out to Northolt, and is popular with both families and working professionals, due to its proximity to good schools and excellent transport links. It has a wonderful mix of properties, from cosy flats to large townhouses.


Culture in Ealing


Ealing nurtures an ever-strengthening art scene, dating back to the 1950s when Ealing Studios produced some of the best comedy-classics of British cinema. Ealing Studios is the oldest studio in the world is frequently used for some of the most iconic television shows and films around (Monty Python and Doctor Who, to name a fraction of the productions filmed at Ealing Studios). For a little live action, Questors Theatre is the largest community theatre in Europe and offers a variety of performances from pantomimes to poetry evenings, whilst the beautiful cultural venue of Pitshanger Manor on Mattock Lane stands out as an architectural gem, providing visitors with a range of different artistic and cultural activities.          

 

Outside Space


Green spaces in Ealing, London

Ealing has an abundance of outside space, including ten key parks, which are some of the largest and most used sites in the borough. Ealing Common is the main park, covering 47 acres; it hosts many community fairs throughout the year, which are frequented by locals and families with young children. Brent Lodge Park and Perivale Park are also popular. Unusually for London boroughs, Ealing also has four major conservation sites, which give residents access to large areas of green space and create green corridors.

Restaurants and shopping in Ealing
Ealing has excellent shopping facilities; you can find most well-know chains as well as some more exclusive fashion outets at Broadway Shopping Centre. 

 

Eating out options in Ealing are vast. You can find branches of Dirty Burger and Chicken Shop-cult restaurants from the Soho House Group- within the shopping centre, and you’ll be spoilt for choice with popular chain eateries such as Starbucks, Nandos and McDonalds. In addition, there are fabulous independent restaurants and cafes popping up all over the area, from Turkish grills to
Portuguese restaurants. If you like to savour Asian cuisine, you will find an array of excellent street foods and a great selection of Indian restaurants and takeaways in the streets of Southall Broadway – known colloquially as ‘Little India’. Modern South Asian fashion and jewellery shops can also be found.


Entertainment and Nightlife
There is an excellent array of entertainment in Ealing; there are many pubs within walking distance of residential areas, both chains and more traditional. If you fancy a night out at the flicks, Ealing is home to a Cineworld Multiplex cinema, or if you prefer a little more culture, you can head to the Questors Theatre

 

Ealing is also home to a library, and a museum, so there is something for everyone.

Schools and Education


Ealing has 91 state-run schools and nurseries. Ealing’s schools have an excellent track record, and many have earned outstanding Ofsted ratings. Drayton Manor High School and Brentside Primary School in Hanwell are two very popular schools, and there are also a number of sought-after independent schools here such as the Notting Hill and Ealing High School for Girls, Avenue House School, and St Benedict's School.

National Rail Services and Transport


Ealing has excellent transport links; it is served by the District, Piccadilly and the Central Lines on the London Tube Network, and Great Western Main Line from National Rail, which is approximately a ten minute journey to Paddington. On the Underground, the journey from Ealing Broadway to Central London takes under 30 minutes. The borough is served by 13 tube stations in total,
spreading over zones 3-5. Heathrow is also within easy reach. The station is being upgraded and expanded as part of the Crossrail project, with a new ticket hall and step-free access.

Ealing has an excellent bus service, for both local trips and further afield to areas such as Kingston and Golders Green. Moovit can help you navigate your way around the area. Buses 207, 427, 483, E2 all stop at Ealing Town Hall.


Travelling by car? Major road routes connect Ealing to Oxford, Birmingham, Bristol, South Wales and
Central London. It is within easy reach of both the M25 and the M4.


In a new, green initiative, there are proposals for a new Cycle Superhighway, which will improve journey times across the borough and make life much safer for cyclists.

Where is Ealing in London?


Ealing is a district in West London, England. It is 7.5 miles (12.1 km) west of Charing Cross. Located within the London Borough of Ealing, it is one of the borough'S seven major towns (alongside Acton, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Perivale and Southall). Ealing, covering the W5, W13 and NW10 postal code areas is the administrative centre of the borough. It is identified as a major metropolitan centre in the London Plan.

Is Ealing in the Low Emission Zone?


From October 2021, the existing central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will expand to create a single larger zone bounded by the North Circular Road (A406) and South Circular Road (A205). The North and South Circular Roads themselves are not included in the zone. This will impact the London boroughs of Richmond, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham, Brent and Ealing.


The ULEZ will continue to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including weekends (except Christmas day), with a £12.50 daily charge for vehicles that do not meet the required emissions standards.

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