Traditionally, neighbours Chiswick and Ealing dominated the spotlight when it came to West London. But thanks to a burgeoning property scene, plentiful parks and stellar transport links, Acton is finally stepping out of the shadows. Where are the best places to live in Acton? Find out the best places to rent in Acton or buy in the area through our helpful guide.
Living in East acton area is wonderful.
First of all you have a wide range of supermercats nearby: Tesco Metro and Iceland. A bit down to Hammersmith direction you can find a Co op, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
Pubs and restaurants: a few with an average reputation
Open spaces: Acton Park
You have East Acton Station (central line). 24/7 fridays and saturdays pre-covid. High frecuencies during the working days.
Wide range of buses, some of them working during the night and connect you to central, Hammersmith and Sheperd’s bush areas.
Moreover, there is a lot of parking availability. Unfortunately, a bit of noise in Old Oak road.
No anti-social behaviour to report.
Please review your development:
Well most of the houses are old ones, but I have to say that are refurbished.
Do not expect a fancy house here, but do not be afraid as there are not too bad.
The design is old fashioned London type. Facilities are normal ones, with the exception that if your landlord do not pay the council you won’t know where to through away your rubbish 🙂
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I wished to know the neighbours. I do not think that is normal to make refurbishment on sundays at 8am.
What is the best feature of your home:
Nice house but small. The best feature is the privacy