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Ealing - to escape the mayhem of East/Central London

17/04/2022

If East London is for your 20's then Ealing is for your 30's and beyond. Ealing may never be as fashionable as a Dalston or Shorditch, however, it is a place where you can still have the hustle and bustle of London but with a slightly slower pace of life but more importantly a quality of life. Ealing has a real community feel. Whilst there are some areas in Ealing that you can argue are better than others, overall it is a fantastic place to live. Ealing may never win an award for being 'cool' or 'edgy' but it is comfortable and offers a good quality of life. From fantastic restaurants, great schools, to World Class parks and soon Cross-Rail, Ealing is a place where you can establish roots. It has everything for everyone without being pretentious or try hard like some of its inner-city counters parts. The great transportation links (central, district, over ground links and soon cross-rail) means it is close enough to Central London to get to but also a bit further away from all the noise. You can tell how good a town is by the sheer volume of investment in it. Moreover, the recent additions of Dickens Yard and Filmworks complexes in Ealing have further enhanced the town. With a cinema soon on its way, Ealing will rival a lot of London cities as best place to live.


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17/04/2022

Thanks Gladiator. I was very interested to read this! I'm trying to decide where I'll live when I move to London. I'd like to live somewhere nice. Some of the "cool" or "edgy" places as you put them seem to be downright scruffy. Is Ealing expensive to rent in?


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