With beautiful parks, charming architecture and a fascinating history, it's easy to understand why Hanwell estate agents see the area as one of West London's most promising real estate prospects.
The area emerged from the spreading out of Ealing, and Hanwell is now becoming sought after. With its wide open spaces at Brent River Park South and The Brent Valley Golf Course, there are also smaller places you can visit for a nice picnic, such as Bunny Park. This quiet and pleasant area maintains a wonderful character.
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With its extensive historical background and modern investment, Hanwell boasts a variety of property choices ranging from Edwardian, distinguished Victorian and pre-Victorian houses and terraced flats to unique, modern layouts. It is fairly easy to find compact or spacious accommodation which is ideally located in the central area as well as the outskirts. Hanwell offers a huge amount of green space which means that a stroll in the park is never too far away, with many homes overlooking lush trees and fields. It continues to be developed as more investors are seeing the potential of the region and the interest of buyers increases.
Here, council tax spans an approximate range of £900 starting in band A to £2,700 in band H.
With Notting Hill and Ealing High School in the region, Hanwell is a great place for school – and features several excellent state-run and independent choices as well as Brentside High School and Hobbayne Primary School among many others.
There are several kinds of buyers who are drawn to the great selection of Hanwell property on offer – primarily well-established families, young professionals, and a small international community.
Hanwell's latest buyers generally suit the young professional type as well as a variety of other cultures and ethnicities, giving it a distinct and vibrant atmosphere.
Hanwell is a fascinating area of London, with several ancient Saxon sites, picturesque churches (including St. Mary's, the Hermitage, and St. Mellitus') as well as old pubs. Some of history's finest buildings still operate, like the Fox, while other listed buildings such as St. Bernard's Gate House and the Hanwell Asylum reveal a long legacy in healthcare.
Fancy something a little more light-hearted? The Hanwell Clock Tower, Elthorne Park and the Brent Lodge Park Animal Centre make for some lovely leisure time. As well as several sports facilities for the athletic enthusiast, Hanwell is just a few stops away from other premium venues. It provides an excellent range of restaurants in which to wine and dine, as well as a year jam-packed with festivals and events.
Situated in a terrific location, Hanwell has superb transport links into Central London – just a skip away from Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens – as well as Heathrow Airport. As well as easy access to major bus routes and highways, Hanwell's tube stations including Boston Manor, Ealing Broadway, and Perivale, serve commuters on Piccadilly, Central, and District Lines, while its railway stations include Castle Bar Park, Drayton green and Hanwell which also provide frequent connections to Heathrow throughout the week (except Sundays).
171 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick
London W4 2DR
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7 Station Parade, Ealing Common
London W5 3LD
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