Lovelace House

Ealing, London

Located in West London’s popular borough of Ealing and completed in 2007, Lovelace House offers swift underground connections to Central London via a short walk to Ealing Broadway Underground Station.

The apartments combine distinctive and innovative architecture with stylish modern interiors, designed to create homes perfect for a modern living. Residents enjoy private underground parking and a charming communal garden.

Ealing

Local Area

Ealing is a popular borough conveniently positioned in West London, offering superb travel links to key London destinations, and a desirable urban lifestyle for families and young professionals alike.

With three underground stations; Ealing Broadway, Ealing Common and South Ealing, residents can access the Central, Piccadilly and District lines, making it highly-connected. Ealing also has direct access to Reading, Heathrow and London Paddington and will soon benefit from new Elizabeth line stations, which will further strengthen Ealing’s already impressive travel network.

Ealing has an excellent selection of bars, restaurants, and cultural attractions including the world-famous Ealing Studios. The borough is further complimented by exceptional retail destinations such as the Broadway Shopping Centre.

Distance

  • Oxford Circus: 24 minutes by tube
  • London Victoria: 31 minutes by tube
  • Canary Wharf: 38 minutes by tube
  • Heathrow Airport: 21 minutes by car

Specifications

  • Contemporary interiors
  • Modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Residents-only landscaped garden
  • Gas central heating system
  • 10 year NHBC building guarantee
  • Secure underground car park
  • Video entry phone systems

Investment Highlights

  • Less than 30 minutes to Central London by train.
  • Ealing has a reputation as a fashionable West London suburb.
  • Refurbished Ealing Broadway Station.
  • Upcoming launch of the Elizabeth line Crossrail services.
  • Planned town centre and high street regeneration.
  • Excellent selection of bars, restaurants, and cultural attractions.