Where we live can shape our entire lives and so when choosing where to live we should not make the decision likely. There are a lot of great places on offer but you are unlikely to find as high a concentration of excellent home sin the London region. It can first seem like there's too much to select from but it's easy to narrow down by looking at each postcode area, starting with W5.
W5 is one of several divisions that make up the Western and Paddington district. There are twenty-six areas in total, ranging between W1A to W14,with the former being a non-geographic postcode. Having a multitude of areas allowed for improvements to mail delivery, travel, navigation and even street signs. W as a whole starts at the centre of the region and then moves westward alongside the River Thames. A number of Boroughs are covered here including Westminster.
W5 is the postcode that is used in Ealing. It is a part of the Borough of Ealing and has LONDON as it's post town address. It shares it's borders with the W3, W13,W7, NW10 (North Western), HA0 (Harrow) and TW8 (Twickenham) areas that include such places as Acton, West Ealing, Hanwell, Wembley Central and Brentford. Houses prices in W5 have remained more or less steady in recent years, with them going for between about £644,000 to £1,298,000 for one to five bedrooms and flats starting at roughly £252,000 for a single bedroom and reach a maximum of approximately £449,000 for five bedrooms. The priciest places in the W5 are in Longfield Road and Carlton Gardens.
Ealing is a popular and diverse area. It has ties with many forms of entrainment such as music, sport, film and television. Rock legends Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met fellow founder of The Rolling Stones; Brian Jones at The Ealing Jazz Club, which hosted many other famous musicians such as Rod Stewart. It is now known as The Red Room nightclub. Sport is represented by a successful running club that has had members such as Olympic medal winning Kelly Holmes as members. The Ealing Cricket Club is one of the top such groups in London and Rugby Union side Ealing Trailfinders are based here, as are Ealing Town football club. Gaelic Games are also prominent here.
Ealing gained the title “Queen of the Suburbs” thanks to it's many improvements in homes and amenities. Different religions are catered for here, with many churches, synagogues and mosques for it's Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities. Strong transport links allow for easy access to the rest of London. Prominent places include Walpole Park, which hosts recurring music, comedy and opera events as well as a beer festival, The Questors Theatre and Ealing Studios. The latter has been involved with the filming of such TV programmes as Monty Python's Flying Circus, Doctor Who and Downton Abbey, not to mention films like Shaun of the Dead, Notting Hill, The Lavender Hill Mob and The Ladykillers.
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