Paul Hanison
0207 493 9911

Property Description

Aston Road is an attractive suburban location only 400m to the north of Ealing Broadway Train Station and the A4020. 


1 Aston Road is located on the northern side of Aston Road at the T-Junction with Woodville Road. The surrounding area is predominantly residential comprising large single dwelling houses or converted period properties to residential flats. Immediately adjacent to the subject property is the Quaker Friends Meeting House whilst at the western end of Aston Road at its junction with Mount Park Road is St Andrew’s Church. 


Ealing is an affluent, attractive and vibrant West London suburb approximately 8 miles to the west of Central London, 4 miles from Hammersmith and 6 miles from Kensington. 

The main commercial hub centres around the A4020 (Uxbridge Road, The Broadway and The Mall) which includes a major metropolitan centre including prime retail shops and the Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre as well as significant offices. Surrounding this commercial district is an extremely large residential catchment which in recent years has seen rising property prices reflecting the close proximity to Central London and excellent transport connections (road, rail and air). 

The A406 is conveniently accessible being approximately half a mile to the east which in turn directly links with the A40 Western Avenue, A4 Great West Road, A1, M1 motorway and A205 South Circular Road. 

Ealing Broadway London Underground Station serves the Central and District Lines whilst the Rail Station serves Great Western Trains from London to Paddington to Heathrow Airport, Oxford and Reading. In 2018, it is anticipated the new Crossrail line will be completed with anticipated journey times from Ealing Broadway to Heathrow (13 minutes), Liverpool Street (19 minutes) and Canary Wharf (26 minutes). 


Ealing has a primary catchment population of approximately 300,000 persons, with an estimated shopping population of over 110,000 persons. The catchment population is young, affluent and culturally diverse with approximately 64% of adults categorised within the most affluent ABC1 social group (Source: Promis)