Two Instructions in Ealing Village, W5

Ealing Village was well ahead of its time in how to develop and build a community within a housing development.  Built in the 1930s to cater for the film stars of Ealing Studios and it was influenced by Hollywood trends at the time.

The sense of community is underpinned with the large resident's function room with adaptable bar, games room with table tennis and snooker, and open-air swimming pool and tennis courts.

Michael Bolger, Sales Manager, comments:  "Today developers across London are trying to achieve more than places to live, they are trying to aspire to communities and shared spaces.  Ealing Village was well ahead of its time in creating this type of community enviornment that many residents comment they enjoy using on a day to day basis.

"The actual development is gated and provides a haven from the hustle and bustle of day to day life, yet you are only a short stroll from Ealing Broadway.  These apartments convey glamour and granduer at the same time as providing a practical living and entertaining space.

"A large scale redevelopment of the facade, roof and services have been undertaken in the last few years, and the new owners buying into the development will get the benefit  of this and enjoy the development for years to come like the current residents."

Go View London have two apartments currently for sale in the development, please call 020 8992 0333, opt 1 for sales and we would be delighted to talk you through the details.


Two Instructions in Ealing Village, W5 Two Instructions in Ealing Village, W5

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