According to the recent research from Savills, the average rent in Ealing is drastically lower than nearby Chiswick, where the median is a staggering £2,200pcm. The research, which used Rightmove statistics, showed that the leafy London district is around £500 a month cheaper than its neighbour just three miles away, and offers renters in West London all the benefits of a suburban lifestyle in the city, without the prime price tag.
Those looking for a rental home in the well-connected, desirable location in W5, including trend-setters seeking their next move away from the typical East London enclaves should consider Folio London’s newest rental development Sterling Place in Ealing. Offering something for all renters, the development includes a range of homes, from one bedroom apartments to four bedroom houses.
Lizzie Stevens, Director of Folio London, comments: “Sterling Place is in the heart of such a lively, vibrant area of West London, and there’s so much to do on your doorstep, whether you’re a foodie, fitness fanatic or shopaholic. These rental homes are contemporary in design, having been extensively refurbished and upgraded to a high quality, with lots going on locally, perfect for modern lifestyles.”
The apartments at Sterling Place have all recently seen a £1.6 million upgrade to refurbish to modern standards. New flooring, including brand new carpets to bedrooms and laminate wood in hallways and living areas bring the homes right up to date. Contemporary kitchens include a range of appliances such as a fridge/freezer and washing machine, and crisp white bathroom suites are inclusive of a range of chrome fixtures and fittings.
The development enjoys a great location in West London, with Ealing Broadway and Westfield shopping districts within easy reach from home, catering to all tastes. There’s plenty of nearby places for those who enjoy being outdoors; the River Thames Path is a perfect place for a leisurely stroll or cycle, while also close by is the 200-acre Syon Park and 300-acre Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, both of which offer stunning gardens to spend time relaxing in. Just a short walk from home, residents will find Gunnersbury Park, which has a lake, café, miniature golf course and a museum to enjoy.
Sterling Place is well positioned for commuters; nearby South Ealing provides London underground connections via the Piccadilly Line into central London. Kew Bridge railway station is around a 15 minute walk away and provides a direct service into London Waterloo in under 30 minutes. The M4 is around half a mile away and for international travellers, Heathrow Airport is just ten miles away.