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Ealing is the ideal urban oasis; a well-connected village with excellent transport connections. Conveniently located in zone 3 and well linked to the city, it also has lots of green spaces, offering the best of both worlds.
Ealing Common is a short walk away with its large open spaces, perfect for a Sunday walk or run, which will take you past avenues of grand horse chestnut trees and the occasional mature oak. Plus, discover some of the best restaurants, cafés and bars outside central London.
The area also has a fantastic arts heritage that’s still celebrated today. Ealing Studios is the birthplace of many British cinema classics, while Ealing Art College, now the Ealing campus for the University of West London, draws aspiring creatives from around the world.
Ealing is home to some of the best local festivals in London. All through the summer, residents are entertained with a range of music, theatre and comedy.
With both tube and Overground stations nearby, Ealing is one of the best-connected areas of London, and it’s set to improve further with the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) opening in 2019. This will mean you can reach Heathrow in 15 minutes and Canary Wharf in under half an hour.
North Ealing tube is just around the corner from Ternary Place, with Ealing Broadway and Ealing Common stations only a short walk away. Plenty of local buses run into central, west and south London.
If you drive, not only could you benefit from the parking spaces at Ternary Place, you’ll also be able to make the most of the quick links to the A40, A4 and M4.
If you’re travelling internationally, Heathrow is less than thirty minutes away by London Underground.