Queen of the suburbs: new period-style homes in popular Ealing

Newmont Gardens has four-bedroom houses with spacious super-room, open-plan living space.

Middle-class and respectable Ealing was proclaimed “Queen of Suburbs” in the early 1900s. Today, the bustling Broadway is more like Oxford Street, but while other areas have seen big demographic changes, Ealing has remained largely itself with its common and wide, tree-lined streets of family houses.



It is good for commuters going to the West End and Heathrow, and Crossrail will make it even more attractive by slashing journey times to Bond Street and the airport to less than 15 minutes.

Newmont Gardens, above, is a development of four-bedroom, period-style townhouses, with square bays, warm brickwork, chimneys and gables. Internally the homes have a spacious, open-plan, ground-floor super-room combining living, kitchen and dining areas, linked to the garden via folding glass doors. Prices from £1 million. Call Shanly Homes on 01494 683917.


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