Looking to buy or sell property in Ealing?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Ealing is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. We will find the right property for you if you’re looking to buy. And if you’re wanting to sell, we’ll secure the best price for your home.
There's a villagey atmosphere here, with interesting independent shops, good schools and plenty of parks. Expect great cafes and top quality restaurants, offering everything from Greek to Caribbean food. While there’s everything you need without the need to go into Central London, you can get into the city in minutes, courtesy of the many underground lines. Crossrail is set to transform train services through the area by December 2019 too.
You’re spoilt for choice in terms of property, with detached and semi-detached homes to terraces and flats of all sizes, including the new development at Dickens Yard. Popular areas include Hanford, Acton, Brentford and West Ealing. So,whether you’re looking to live near a tube station, park or particular school, we can help you find your ideal property in Ealing.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Ealing
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
All the properties that we are marketing are promoted on popular websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as on our own haart website. Traditional newspaper advertising is very effective, as is our revolutionary social media technology, FLINK.
Our branch is open Monday to Saturday, or do get in touch using our contact details.
Scott Hall, Branch Manager
Average - Ealing selling price
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We know Ealing
The London Borough of Ealing in west London is an excellent district for commuting to Heathrow or into the city’s vibrant West End, and has the added attraction of Crossrail.
Referred to as the 'queen of the suburbs', Ealing is home to the famous Ealing Studios and is popular with creatives, from filmmakers to musicians. Every summer, the Ealing Festival draws big names, but you can find lots of live music all year round in the many pubs.
This leafy suburb has much to offer in its own streets, too, with plenty of parks, many places to eat and it is a rich mix of culture including the Irish community along with many people from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and beyond. There are numerous schools in the Ealing borough, too.
Ealing’s film studios are the oldest in the world, but the suburb is also renowned as being the birthplace of British Rhythm and Blues. The Ealing Jazz Club (now a nightclub called the Red Room) is where the nucleus of the Rolling Stones first came together.
Areas haart Ealing covers