45 The Mall, 45 The Mall, London, W5 3TJ | New homes for sale | Savills
415 to 1,044 sq ft(38.55 to 96.99 sq m)
Asking price £500,000 -​ £850,000(€592,814 -​ €1,007,783)

45 The Mall45 The Mall, London, W5 3TJ

  • New development

Key features

  • Access to the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)
  • Completing in Q1 2023
  • Central Ealing location
  • Please note these images are CGIs and indicative only
  • Communal landscaped gardens
  • Private outside space to all homes
  • 1 & 2 bedroom homes available
  • Close to Ealing Common & Walpole Park

Newly launched. Located at a discreet address in the heart of Ealing, 45 The Mall offers boutique living to the discerning few with convenient access to the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail).

About this property

  • Newly launched - register with Savills today to view the development and our two bedroom show home.

    Located at a discreet address in the heart of Ealing, Forty Five, The Mall, offers boutique living to the discerning few. With just 27 private contemporary one and two bedroom apartments, this exclusive development combines peace and privacy with all the amenities of this desirable West London neighbourhood.

    Ealing has long been loved for its leafy streets, charming Victorian architecture and high concentration of parks and green spaces, In recent years the area's appeal has been by the opening of new eateries, high-end shopping districts and the arrival of the new Elizabeth Line at Ealing Broadway, making Forty Five, The Mall just three stops from Bond Street in the West End.

    Location
    Access to the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail), approximately 300 metres away. The Elizabeth Line provides access to :
    • 11 minutes to Bond Street
    • 15 minutes to Heathrow
    • 18 minutes to Liverpool Street
    • 25 minutes to Canary Wharf
    *All travel times approximate and calculated via TFL & Google Maps.

    For culture, the borough has local galleries and museums, a theatre, community film clubs and venues hosting live music. In previous years, Ealing's film identity has suffered the loss of its many cinemas. But that will soon change with the arrival of a major new eight-screen, 1,000-seat Picturehouse cinema at the former Empire Cinema. Ealing Broadway also benefits from a new wave of co-working spaces for freelancers and the self-employed.

    Residents of Ealing agree that the wealth of green space is one of its greatest draws. Ealing Common and the beautiful Walpole Park are right on our doorstep, while Lammas Park, Gunnersbury Park, Pitshanger Park and the picturesque Victorian South Ealing Cemetery are all within easy walking distance. For longer weekend strolls, Kew Gardens is an hour away by foot, taking in views over the Thames.

    For weekend leisure, there are numerous golf clubs nearby, while Brent Valley Park and Boston Manor Park both have nature trails, conservation areas and tranquil river routes that feel a world away from the bustle of London. The neoclassical home and gardens at The National Trust's Osterley Park and House are perfect for dog-walking and pre-Sunday roast walks. London Borough of Ealing also boasts a high number of excellent nurseries, primary and secondary state and independent schools reported Outstanding and Good by Ofsted.

This boutique development offers the best of West London living. The newly opened Elizabeth Line allows for a swift commute from the queen of the suburbs.

Olivia PattonProperty agent

Local information

  • Set back from the main thoroughfare of The Mall, which connects Ealing Broadway and Ealing Common, the homes are hidden from public view for enhanced privacy and tranquility.
  • Access to the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)
  • o 8 minutes to Paddington
  • o 11 minutes to Bond Street
  • o 14 minutes to Heathrow
  • o 25 minutes to Canary Wharf
  • Also access to District Line, Central Line and TFL Rail via Ealing Broadway.

Additional information

  • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 17/11/3021 (997 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: £3.67pa
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: TBC