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Perivale, Greenford, Middlesex is in the London Borough of Ealing in West London. close to Alperton, Wembley, Greenford, Ealing Harrow and Sudbury borders. see Perivale from Wikipedia

According to an Ealing Times article: "GREENFORD and its surrounding areas have become an upcoming buoyant area in which to live. It is only minutes away from Ealing and Harrow, offers links to central London with the A40 and the M4, and also has easy access to Heathrow Airport......."

Looking for an Estate Agent in Perivale ? see Perivale Estate Agents

There are excellent regular bus services that include the 297 bus which takes you to the heart of Ealing, for shopping in the main street (Ealing Broadway) or in the 2 shopping centres (Ealing Broadway Centre and the Waterglade Centre) - the other way to Wembley for shopping in Wembley High Road or Wembley Central Shopping Centre. and of course Wembley Stadium
There is also a night bus that runs past the end of the road and goes to Central London)
Alperton (Piccadilly Line) and Perivale (Central Line) tube stations are within easy reach as are local schools and amenities.
There are 2 supermarkets locally Tesco in Perivale and Sainsburys in Alperton.

Close by is Horsenden Hill (an unexpected swathe of countryside so close to West London suburbia ) and the tranquility of the Grand Union Canal and the River Brent.

Fast road access directly to Central London and major routes (near A406 North Circular Road and A40 Western Avenue).
Easy access to M25, M4, M1 etc.

Houses in Perivale are typically terraced or semi-detached properties built in the 1930's.

For more details see Gamble & Co Estate Agents, Perivale.

  Gamble & Co
86 Bilton Road
Perivale, Greenford
Middlx, UB6 7BN

T:020 8998 4000
F:020 8998 1154

website www.gambleandco.co.uk
email sales@gambleandco..uk

Perivale, Greenford, Middlesex is in the London Borough of Ealing in West London convenient for Alperton, Wembley Ealing Harrow Greenford and Sudbury.


Can You Spot A Hot Property (from Ealing Times) local agents to forecast the areas where house prices are likely to rise faster than other places.

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