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    9 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE start their property search online.

    86m VISITS to properties online across the Christmas period last year.*

    FULL COVERAGE: Unlike onthemarket agents we advertise on all of the leading property websites; an exposure to 95% of buyers and tenants online.

    OPEN: We're open everyday across the Christmas period except for Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Years Day.**

    * Hitwise figures between 19/12/2016 - 09/01/2017.
    ** Between our branches and our out of hours teams.

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    About Hamptons International - Ealing

    With over 140 years' experience in selling and letting property, Hamptons International has a network of over 85 branches across the country and internationally, marketing a huge variety of properties from compact flats to grand country estates. We're national estate agents, with local offices. We know our local areas as well as any local agent. But our network means we can market your property to a much greater number of the right sort of buyers or tenants.

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    Corporate Services

    Working with all our UK branches, Corporate Services help our discerning corporate clients find properties for long and short term lets.

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    Country House Department

    Highly experienced in the marketing of high value country properties, our Country House department offer a truly bespoke service.

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    Premium Lettings

    An exclusive service for Landlords with property of exceptional quality, Premium Lettings properties are marketed to relocation and home search agents, and corporate partners.

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    Equestrian

    If you are looking for equestrian properties for sale, we have a wide variety of homes suitable for horse livery in our portfolio, ranging in size, price and offering.

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    Waterside

    From riverside penthouses to country houses on private lakes, our Waterside division ensures such properties enjoy the tailored marketing they deserve.

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    Residential Development & Investment

    Services for developers of residential and mixed-use new build schemes.

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    Property Management

    A full property and rental management service for Landlords.

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    Tenancy Management

    A comprehensive and thorough tenancy management service.

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    Interior Solutions

    An interior design service to maximise your investment.

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    Professional Valuation

    Quality advice on all forms of residential valuation.

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    Conveyancing

    A bespoke service tailored to the individual, providing access to specialist property lawyers.

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    Financial Services

    From mortgages to a range of insurance options for your own home or investment property.

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    Paul Daniel, Manager
    Born and bred in Ealing, his extensive knowledge of the area coupled with working in the property industry since 1998, Paul is an invaluable member of the team.
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    Mark Peppin, Assistant Manager
    As a resident of Ealing since 1997 and local estate agent for several years, Mark's knowledge and experience are important assets to the team.
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    Selina Doran, Senior Negotiator
    Amazing attention to detail, highly focused and self-motivated to produce excellent customer experience.
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    Elaine Grainger, Team Administrator
    Elaine has previous estate agency and legal experience which is crucial in her role supporting the sales department and their clients.
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    Louise Denyer, Financial Adviser
    Louise Joined Capital Private Finance in 2012 and has worked closely with Hamptons since then to ensure that vendors and purchasers have the best possible advice and mortgage arrangements to facilitate a smooth sale and purchase transaction. Louise has several years' experience of the mortgage industry which results in close lender relationships and access to exclusive mortgage products.
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      Property in Ealing
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      Ealing offers a vast selection of property to suit all types of buyers and tenants with all kinds of budgets. From imposing double fronted detached Victorian houses to one and two bedroom flats and everything in between, there is a huge amount of residential property in the area. With several new build schemes currently available and with many more in the pipeline, Ealing's popularity amongst a wide spectrum of buyers is set to grow steadily into the future.

      The two main postcode areas in Ealing are W5 (central Ealing) and W13 (west Ealing), with W3 (Acton), W7 (Hanwell) and TW8 (Brentford) all bordering and also serviced from Hamptons International's Ealing office. There are several individual areas that make up the general Ealing patch which are often referred to by their own names.

      These include:

      - Pitshanger, which is very popular with families with small children due to the proximity of Pitshanger Park, North Ealing Primary School and Pitshanger Lane, its own vibrant local high street. Northfields is just as popular with the same demographic for the same reasons; Northfield Avenue offers a wide range of shops, restaurants and other amenities, with the added convenience of Northfields tube station on the
      Piccadilly Line.

      - Ealing Common, as the name suggests, centres around this wide open common land that is framed by wonderful mature chestnut trees and planted with thousands of daffodils in the springtime.

      - Hanger Hill (Haymills) Estate  Conservation Area, which dates mainly  from the mid to late 1930s and was built  on the site of the former Hanger Hill Golf  Club. The development is notable for the  mix of architectural styles; some quite  innovative for the era. The estate was  designed around concentric crescents  in order to follow the contours of Hanger  Hill and today is very popular with those  needing good outside space and parking.
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      History of Ealing
      The most important changes to Ealing occurred in the 19th century. The building of the Great Western Railway in the 1830s, part of which passed through the centre of Ealing, led to the opening of a railway station on the Broadway in 1879, originally called Haven Green.

      In the next few decades, much of Ealing was rebuilt, predominantly semi-detached housing designed for the rising middle-class. Gas mains were laid and an electricity generating station was built. Better transport links, including horse buses as well as trains, enabled people to more easily travel
      to work in London. All this, whilst living in what was still considered to be the countryside. Although much of the countryside was rapidly disappearing during this period of rapid expansion, parts of it were preserved as public parks, such as Lammas Park and Ealing Common.

      It was during the Victorian period that Ealing became a town. This meant that good roads had to be built, and schools and public buildings erected. To protect public health, the newly created Board
      of Health for Ealing commissioned London's first modern drainage and sewage systems here. Just as importantly, drinking fountains providing wholesome and safe water were erected by public prescription. Ealing Broadway became a major shopping centre. The man responsible for much of all this was Charles Jones, Borough Surveyor from 1863-1913. He directed the planting of the horse chestnut trees on Ealing
      Common and designed the Town Hall, both the present one and the older structure which is now a Nat West bank on The Mall.

      It was in 1901 that Ealing Urban District was incorporated as a municipal borough, Walpole Park was opened and the first electric trams ran along the Uxbridge Road.

      In a very short time, Ealing had become a modern and fashionable country town, free of the grime, soot and smells of  industrialised London, and yet only minutes  away from it by modern transport.  To this end, Ealing became known as  'Queen of the Suburbs'. Who first coined  this term is not known, but the name
      sticks to the present day.
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      Ealing in Music, Film and Television
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      Ealing has a longstanding history in film and TV with many famous films being made at Ealing Studios after the second world war and throughout the 1940s and and 1950s, most of which are now regarded as classics of British cinema. Ealing Studios is still a prolific production facility today and recently has been used for internal scenes of the BBC series Downton Abbey. Ealing is often used for location today and often features heavily in the BBC's Silent Witness series, amongst many others.  In 2013, Hollywood star Brad Pitt was filming in Ealing and a house on Mount Park Road was transformed into the fictional home of his character.

      The Ealing Club, now a nightclub and music venue opposite Ealing Broadway Station, was once the place to play foryoung bands in the early 1960s that  were trying to break onto the scene.  By the end of 1962, the club had  overseen the creation of the Rolling  Stones who played there over 20 times.  Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart and Pete  Townshend all played at Ealing, as  did many other aspiring musicians  whose bands would later become  household names in the music world.

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    20 The Mall,
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    Testimonials from Sellers

    • Seller Testimonial

      Exceptional
      Exceptional service. Mark and the whole Hamptons team remained professional throughout to ultimately complete the sale in an extremely satisfactory manner.
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      Simply superb
      Hamptons were simply superb in handing the sale of my property.
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      Will not hesitate to use Hamptons again
      Very responsive and prompt with answers to any queries. Excellent follow up with the sale right up to the exchange of contracts. Will not hesitate to use Hamptons again!
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      Can't recommend them enough
      I want to recommend Hamptons as an estate agent, really because my biggest regret in selling a flat earlier this yea was not setting a contract with them earlier. I can't recommend them enough.
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      We would not hesitate to recommend Hamptons
      From the three estate agents we interviewed with a view to marketing our property we selected Hamptons International because Mark Peppin presented an excellent impression of his knowledge, capability and professional courtesy. I am pleased to say that he, and others at the agency, delivered against expectations and all our dealings were courteous and business like. Hamptons staff were always available to show prospective buyers around the property and answer their questions. The result was a pain-free and swift transaction at a price close to the valuation that satisfied us as sellers. We would not hesitate to recommend Hamptons at Ealing.

    Testimonials from Buyers

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      I would definitely recommend Hamptons
      I would rate my experience as very good. Hamptons always kept me up to date and informed. I would definitely recommend Hamptons for a smooth transparent sale or purchase with no hidden issues.
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      Seamless
      Mark was a superb professional following up on all details and pre-empted any issues before they arrived. A very seamless transaction.
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    *Guide Price: An indication of a seller's minimum expectation at auction and given as a “Guide Price” or a range of “Guide Prices”. This is not necessarily the figure a property will sell for and is subject to change prior to the auction.

    Reserve Price: Each auction property will be subject to a “Reserve Price” below which the property cannot be sold at auction. Normally the “Reserve Price” will be set within the range of “Guide Prices” or no more than 10% above a single “Guide Price.”

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