Perivale is a suburb in the London Borough of Ealing, 9.5 miles west of Charing Cross in Central London.
Perivale is a popular West London suburb surrounded by large areas of public open spaces to the North at Horsenden Hill and to the South at Perivale and Pitshanger Parks.
The area divides into three distinct areas with shopping at the Medway Village, Bilton Road and Pitshanger.
The housing stock ranges from Victorian and Edwardian villas through inter war suburban terraced and semi-detached housing and later modern apartments.
Perivale has two golf courses: Ealing Golf Club and Perivale Golf Course.
Many people will be familiar with the areas major landmark building – the splendid Hoover building on the main A40
Council tax (London Borough of Ealing) ranges from around £960 for band A and increases up to around £2880 for band H.
There are a number of primary schools in the Perivale area including St John Fisher, Perivale Primary, Vicar’s Green and North Ealing. The main secondary education is provided by the Woodland Academy.
In addition, there are a wide range of pre-school facilities and private educational establishments.
The A40 provides excellent road access to Central London or towards the West.
There is an underground station – Perivale (Central line) and Alperton (Piccadilly line) is nearby.
Other nearby underground stations include – Greenford (Central line), Hanger Lane (Central line), Sudbury Town (Piccadilly line).
There are nearby mainline stations at South Greenford and Wembley Central.
There are numerous bus services within Perivale and the surrounding areas.
171 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick
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7 Station Parade, Ealing Common
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