Overview of W5 3PG, EalingW5 3PG, which is in the town of London, in the borough of Ealing, Greater London is one of the best rated places to live in this area. W5 3PG is rated 4.30 from 23 reviews. Most people give the area 4.30 stars. 9 of 23 reviewers rated W5 3PG 5 stars, with comments such as ‘Having lived in a few places in London, this is by far the best that I've lived in so far where a sense of security is concerned,’. However, others were more equivocal in their assessment, for example, one reviewer said ‘People who live here are the wealthy of Ealing- not representative of Ealing’.
“It’s very easy to spend time with your friends as there are so many places to eat for groups or couples.”
“People who live here are the wealthy of Ealing- not representative of Ealing”
Having lived in a few places in London, this is by far the best that I've lived in so far where a sense of security is concerned,
I think that my local area is great - a place really suitable for pets, families and children. It's very residential. Having lived in a few places in London, this is by far the best that I've lived in so far where a sense of security is concerned, and the area offers so much potential in the way of entertaining guests at nearby bars and restaurants, allowing yourself the chance to budget by shopping cheaper at budget supermarkets, and leisure and health facilities in the form of nearby gyms and green spaces.
West Acton and Ealing Common tube stations are both approx a 10/15 minute walk away from my location. Because of this, it makes travelling on the district/picadilly and central line super convenient. There are also a good amount of buses from what I can see, though I tend to use the tube more. West Acton tube station has a toilet in (Which is fantastic for those post-night out tubes!). These tubes do not have lift facilities, so access may be harder for some people. I think the transport choices here are fantastic. If you go to Ealing Broadway (20ish minute walk), you can also catch some trains to the rest of the UK!
I live on a very quiet street and I honestly couldn't fault it at all. From what I've seen seeing neighbours, there are a lot of families and some couples, but no disruption. As it's a shared area, the recycling bin often becomes too full, but other than that we've never had any problems with the disposal of general waste. Unfortuntately, we do live RIGHT next to two tube/train lines, but this isn't as annoying as you'd think. Guests who are new to the area may find it to disrupt their sleep, but having lived here for a while now (and with double glazing on the windows..!) I sleep straight through it. It's a bit annoying when you're on a zoom call with work however and a train passes by!
I'm very fortunate to live between Ealing and Acton. Because of this, it's great having the two different areas to go to - Ealing is fantastic and has a lot more high street Chains (JD Sports, a large Boots, Primark, Morrisons, M&S) and also has a great range of restaurants and bars available, and to me, seems like the main shopping district of the area. Acton, while smaller, has its own benefits of having a Morrisons, Superdrug, Iceland, Wilkinsons and a Lidls, allowing people nearby the opportunity to purchase from more affordable stores. There are also some restaurants in Acton, but it seems to be mostly takeaways. I'd say Ealing would be a 'fancier' place to go to than Acton, but I much prefer going in to Acton due to the value of the shops there! I don't feel like much is missing from the area.
It’s very easy to spend time with your friends as there are so many places to eat for groups or couples.
What I love about the area is that there is always something to do. It’s very easy to spend time with your friends as there are so many places to eat for groups or couples. It’s quite a lively area . Elderly ones, families, couples and single people There is always something For us. It is getting pretty trendy with bigger brand shops coming in slowly. Once we get the cross rail there will be so many possibilities. I would say it’s pretty safe and there is a lot of lighting even on smaller roads.
It’s a little walk to Ealing station where you have rail and underground. Let’s say 5-10 min walk. It’s great if you want to get to central London quickly. Great for commuters as there are regular train service. They are creating new cycles lanes so it’s a little annoying at the moment but soon it will be safe for all. There are a range of buses that will take you to Uxbridge or Harrow. No problems at night there are plenty of night buses.
It’s a little tricky when you want to have family over as the parking is a little expensive for guests. There is a university Down the road so great if your a student. Near the university you also have little cafes, petrol station with a small Sainsbury’s and also many pubs. There not too much noise as one doesn’t live on the main road but it can get a little busy when people want to do their shopping. Bin collections are satisfactory.
You have everything at your doorstep. Not only do you have food shops like Tesco and morrinson but there are so many cafes, clothes shops to your hearts content. There is also llamas park is absolutely stunning in the summer. Perfect for families. There are varieties of restaurants from different parts of the world so you will never be bored of Choice.
People who live here are the wealthy of Ealing- not representative of Ealing
Houses are big and have driveways. People who live here are the wealthy of Ealing- not representative of Ealing borough and not very diverse
Ealing Broadway station a 15 minute walk away. Also many bus routes going from Ealing to Uxbridge, Shepherds bush, Acton, Greenford. There are night buses going to Ealing from central London.
good aspects- many Japanese live in this area and they are tidy, care for the properties and do not throw waste in the road. They are disciplined and do not have noisy parties. bad aspects- street cleaning has been virtually non existent during covid crisis. It is difficult for visitors to park- all street parking is by meter or residence vouchers.
Our street is a 10 minute walk from Ealing broadway with its many shops and amenities. Local primary schools are very good and there are also several nurseries in the area- both private and state.
Lovely parks near by, great for children and pets.
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I love how nice people are around here and how well connected it is to the rest of London
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Ealing Noisy but beautiful in certain places
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The area is great it’s quiet yet popular
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We are close to everything, shops, parks, public transport.
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I dont like how much new building is going on as it feels like its pushing out a part of the community
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I would say our area is safe which is the most important thing.
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