Where to live wizard
According to feedback from SpareRoom users, this area has the following characteristics:
- Double Room
- £185 pw
- Single Room
- £140 pw
- Acton Town
- Ealing Broadway
- Ealing Common
- Hanger Lane
- North Ealing
- Park Royal
- South Ealing
- Ideal for those working in Westfield (Shepherds Bush) or in Notting Hill. Very well connected with central London.
- Ealing is a super place to live .... I have lived all over London and Ealing is my top London location ... I wont be leaving here!
- Ealing is a lively very green area full of many different shops, bars, cafe's and restaurants. Its very well connected into Central London but far enough away not to feel too crowded. Its people are very diverse and truly does represent the multiculturalism of London. Its known as the 'Queen of Suburbs' but manages to blend its posh elements with down to earth feel that makes everyone feel comfortable
- Ealing, like the rest of London, is a town of many parts. Having lived in Bayswater, Paddington, Maida Vale, Harlesden, Nth Ealing and Enfield before I have come to the conclusion that Ealing and particularly the Northfields part is best. It is like living in a small village but also taking the best from a large City. We have a great choice of bars and Restuarants and small shops. If we want larger shops there is Ealing and West Ealing and if we want the Theatre or an event there is Questors or a quick trip on the Picadilly line into central London. I love living here
- Ealing is good spot in London.
- Massive mall, big parks, great low cost take-away costs and prestigous restaurants all in the same street! Regular carnivals are held in the park
- Very leafy and picturesque area
- Great area for transport of all types with Central and Distrct lines to Central and easy access to motorways to west, north and south west. Lovely parks, good shopping and bars/pubs. Good mix of families and younger people. All in all a good place to live.
- Green leafy, family area, feels a little like London out of London! At the same time you have instant access to Central London with the Piccadilly and District Line on your doorstep, and the Central line only a swap away! I loved living here, felt very safe and loved Ealing Broadway with the Tesco, Sainsburys etc... Would move back here in a heartbeat!
- Green, family-oriented and well-connected.
- I've lived in South Ealing for over ten years now and am happy to recommend it to anyone thinking of moving here. With the Heathrow branch of the Piccadilly line stopping here, it means you can be in central London in around 20 minutes. Ealing Broadway is just down the road, so there's also the District and Central lines, as well as convenient local shopping, restaurants and pubs. Just off the main shopping street is the Questors community theatre. In the other direction, by the river Thames, there's the Waterman's arts centre providing theatre, film, comedy and exhibitions. Just across the river from the arts centre is Kew Gardens. There are also three good-sized parks around South Ealing, Gunnersbury, Lammas and Walpole, all in all making the area a great, green and vibrant place to live.