Moving to London’s West Side

London’s west neighborhoods include some iconic (and touristed) areas like Westminster, the West End theatre district, Kensington, and Notting Hill, but those considering houses in London’s suburbs would do well considering Ealing.

Known as the “Queen of the Suburbs,” aside from being home to some of the world’s oldest film studios, Ealing is very residential with nice, clean, and safe streets conducive to raising a family. About 30 minutes from the city center by tube, it makes for a decent commute as well as compromise between quiet living and having access to London’s major action when one wants it. And located closer to Heathrow Airport, it’s convenient for air travel. With Ealing Common, Walpole, Gunnersbury, and other parks nearby, Ealing also enjoys a lot of green space while still having ample access to necessary amenities and a nice assortment of shops and restaurants. Overall, it offers a pleasant quality of life—and an affordable one, rendering Ealing apartments a great value.

Depending on where your search for these Ealing apartments takes you, any one of a few area Underground stations could be closest. Ealing Broadway is fairly central and services the District and Central lines, and North and South Ealing, Ealing Common, and Northfields are all on the Piccadilly line (which travels directly to Heathrow). Ealing Common is also on the District line, and Ealing Broadway and West Ealing rail stations both service National Rail trains. Docking stations for renting Barclays bikes aren’t available this far west, but, as another alternative to trains, there are nearly 20 different bus routes servicing the entire area.

Finding Ealing Apartments

If Ealing meets your fancy, then because London estate agents are so localized in their listings, you’ll need to approach those based in the Ealing area. It’s also imperative to work through several of them because MLS isn’t used in the London rentals market, which means their respective listings remain independent—they don’t share them with each other, with the exception of the occasional split-commission some might agree to.

To overcome this inefficiency, London Relocation serves as your own MLS, seeking out those London apartments that best match your criteria. Our personalized services cover all your relocation needs, and our search for London flats covers all the city’s districts. Yet should our comprehensive assessment of your needs determine that Ealing in particular is indeed a great fit for you, we’ll take you to see 18 to 25 Ealing apartments meeting your requirements—and in only one day. That way, you can find the perfect one swiftly yet without any doubt you’ve made a careful, informed decision.

We likewise negotiate rent prices and lease terms so that your best interests are met; after all, when it comes down to it, lettings agents work for landlords, but we work for you. Moving to London can certainly be an arduous task, but it needn’t be, not with us on your side from the moment you first contact us to when you truly feel settled in and happy.