Top 10 new build homes developments in Ealing

Tillermans court in Ealing

The well-connected suburban haven of Ealing is an ever-popular choice for anyone searching for a mix of bustling London life and a more relaxed atmosphere. Plentiful amenities and superb transport links meet numerous parks and green spaces, making it a thoroughly pleasant place to live. Residents at some of the borough’s new build developments have provided their reviews of the best new build homes developments in Ealing, helping us to create this top 10 ranking.

Where is Ealing?

Ealing occupies a substantial chunk of West London, and lies mostly across TFL zones 3 and 4. It includes the neighbourhoods of Acton, Hanwell, Southall, Greenford, Northolt and West Ealing. Alongside its eastern boundary lies Shepherd’s Bush and White City, while Ealing neighbours with Hayes all the way across on its western edge.

Top 10 new build homes developments in Ealing

Ealing is fondly known as ‘The Queen of the suburbs’. If you’re looking for a more relaxed life within easy reach of Central London, it certainly has a lot to offer. Take a look at our rankings of the best new builds in the borough below. The rankings are based on the ratings given by verified reviewers on HomeViews, and nothing else.

*PLEASE NOTE these rankings take into account how many reviews a scheme has and how recently those reviews have been submitted, so may not match the overall star ratings shown. Buildings with a larger number of more recent reviews are given a greater weighting to reflect current building performance.

1. Atrium Point, UB6

Sovereign Network Group
4.05 (96 reviews) 4.05 (96 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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Our top-rated development for Ealing is currently Atrium Point, a rental development by Network Homes. Situated on Sudbury Hill in the former ‘Kellogg Tower’ building, it was originally constructed as headquarters for IBM (and known as ‘The Big Blue’ in the 1960s).

Read reviews and details of Atrium Point, UB6

2. Lyons Dock at Greenford Quay, UB6

Greystar
3.89 (28 reviews) 3.89 (28 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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For number 2 we’re back to the ever-popular Greenford Quay, this time with the Lyons Dock development from Greystar. It offers 251 brand-new studios, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments to rent. As well as this, residents benefit from enviable amenities, including a gym, dining room, cinema, lounge, meeting rooms, children’s play area, and rooftop terrace.

Read reviews and details of Lyons Dock at Greenford Quay, UB6

3. Tillermans at Greenford Quay, UB6

Greystar
3.83 (85 reviews) 3.83 (85 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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Greenford Quay also takes the number 3 spot, with Tillermans by Greystar . With 379 rental-only residential units, the development is located between Greenford, Sudbury Hill and Sudbury Hill Harrow stations, which have connections to the Piccadilly and Central lines as well as Chiltern Railways and GWR services.

Read reviews and details of Tillermans at Greenford Quay, UB6

4. So Resi Greenford, UB6

Metropolitan Thames Valley
4.64 (6 reviews) 4.64 (6 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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In 4th, So Resi Greenford offers 84 shared ownership properties. Most properties come equipped with balconies and en-suites, and the development itself is ideally located in the west London neighbourhood of Greenford, just moments from Greenford Underground station, making it within easy reach of transport links.

Read reviews and details of So Resi Greenford, UB6

5. The Lock at Greenford Quay, UB6

Telford Homes
4.43 (20 reviews) 4.43 (20 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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The Lock provides yet another ranking position for Greenford Quay, this time at number 5. The 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes at The Lock offer carefully designed spaces. Additionally, there is plenty of natural light through floor to ceiling windows with views of the canal and beyond. Greenford Quay offers everything you need to make the most of London, combining peace and quiet, with fun and accessibility. Central London, with its choice of live venues, clubs, cinemas and theatres is just 30 minutes away.

Read reviews and details of The Lock at Greenford Quay, UB6

6. Vida, W3

The Hill Group
4.47 (6 reviews) 4.47 (6 reviews)
Area guide to Acton
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The 6th entry on our list is Vida, a residential development in the heart of Acton, London. Developed by Hill Residential, apartments here vary from one to two bedrooms, and include a selection of two-bedroom duplex apartments and three-bedroom maisonettes. Nearby transport links included National Rail services at Acton Central and the tube at East Acton Underground.

Read reviews and details of Vida, W3

7. The Green Quarter, UB1

Berkeley Homes
4.27 (13 reviews) 4.27 (13 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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The Green Quarter takes spot number 7. It’s considered one of the most significant regeneration projects in the UK and is set to become one of the most biodiverse. Once fully complete, it will have a transforming landscape with wetlands, parks, community areas and acres of green open spaces. The development offers a selection of suites as well as one, two and three-bedroom apartments. In addition, the Crossrail Station is just a short stroll away for those commuting into Central London. Likewise, Heathrow Airport, the M4 and M25 are also within close proximity.

Read reviews and details of The Green Quarter, UB1

8. Acton Square, W3

Bellway Homes
4.31 (7 reviews) 4.31 (7 reviews)
Area guide to Acton
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In 8th, Acton Square is a Bellway Homes mixed-use development comprising 95 apartments, ranging from studios to 3-bedrooms. Residents benefit from resident parking and from being situated near Acton Town centre, just a mile away, and four tube stations within walking distance.

Read reviews and details of Acton Square, W3

9. Chiswick Point, W4

Bellway Homes
4.27 (11 reviews) 4.27 (11 reviews)
Area guide to Chiswick
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Chiswick Point takes 9th place. This Bellway Homes offering is mixed-use development scheme which consists of 125 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments. The development is next to the Gunnersbury Triangle Local Nature Reserve and only a three-minute walk away from Chiswick Park Station, which has connections to the District line.

Read reviews and details of Chiswick Point, W4

10. Dickens Yard, W5

St George
4.31 (8 reviews) 4.31 (8 reviews)
Area guide to Borough of Ealing
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And finally, taking the 10th spot on our list for Ealing we have a development by St George for Berkeley – Dickens Yard. It totals 698 apartments in the heart of Ealing and offers convenient access to Ealing Broadway Underground station. Dickens Yard residents will also benefit from the Crossrail service in the form of the newly established Elizabeth Line.

Read reviews and details of Dickens Yard, W5

Why live in Ealing?

Ealing comprises several discreet areas, each of which has its own character, with each providing a wealth of self-contained amenities. The central Ealing Broadway area is a community with excellent shopping and leisure facilities, along with reliable transport connections to Central London.

Further to the west are villagey Hanwell and bustling Southall, with its busy high street. The north of the borough takes in Greenford, Northolt, Perivale and Horsenden, which all have an increasingly ‘out-of-town’ feel. As you move towards these north-western areas of the borough, the parks become more expansive. You’ll also find a selection of golf courses, indicating you’re well and truly in suburban territory.

What is HomeViews?

The borough has plenty to choose from when it comes to shopping, and even more when it comes to eating and drinking out. There are high street shops and well-known brands to choose from at Ealing Broadway. You’ll also find plenty of established family-run and independent retailers across the borough. The same goes for dining out, with the borough boasting a vast array of cuisines and cultures to explore.

Although Ealing is well connected to Central London, one of its main draws is its community spirit and local pride. The area plays host to various exhibitions, an annual summer festival and several local theatre groups. Ealing’s abundance of pubs and live venues also regularly host local bands. As such, you have plenty of lively nightlife options, alongside more relaxed local establishments.

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Transport in Ealing

Central Ealing is easily accessible, with mainline rail and the Underground all available at Ealing Broadway. The station offers both Central and District line services. The eastern parts of the borough have plenty of Underground stations. The suburban western areas are mostly connected to the mainline rail services into London Paddington. Ealing benefits from access to two of London’s main arterial roads in the form of the A40 and the A406, providing routes into the city and out towards the rolling countryside. The M4 is also within easy reach.

Ealing house prices

Zoopa lists the average house price in Ealing at £767,000. This is based on sales in the borough in the 12 months to January 2024. This places Ealing above the current London average of £734,000. The high proportion of grand detached properties in the borough pushes Ealing’s average prices up. These sell for an average of almost £2,300,000. In contrast, a flat in the borough will set you back an average of £474,000, which is markedly below the London average of £534,000.


Are you interested in finding out more about Ealing life? Why not take a look at our dedicated area guide for Ealing below? The guide includes much more information about this superb location, with details of the best new build developments to buy and rent across the borough.

Borough of Ealing

Borough of Ealing
Ealing, or ‘The Queen of the Suburbs’ as it’s fondly known, is a happy balance between city and countryside living. Train and tube stations offer fantastic connections to the heart of the capital, as well as this it has retained a rural, characterful look Read more about Borough of Ealing

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