Private sale homes
A new collection of thoughtfully designed studio, 1 & 2 bedroom homes are coming soon to Hanwell Square. Each home has been meticulously designed and features a sleek fitted kitchen with integrated amenities, floor to ceiling windows, underfloor heating and with private out door space. With some homes offering expansive views of the city, parks, and beyond.
Shared Ownership homes
An exclusive collection of just 34 one and two bedroom Shared Ownership homes are located in Hanwell Square. Each home is finished to a high specification and designed with style and comfort in mind. Residents will enjoy access to a stunning roof terrace with park views as well as have full access to the concierge and gym.
What is Shared Ownership?
Looking to get on the property ladder but can’t afford a hefty deposit or 100% of the mortgage? Shared Ownership, also known as ‘part buy, part rent’, is a government-backed scheme that allows you to buy a share of your new home while paying the rent on the remaining share.
Better for you, better for the planet
A new–build home at Hanwell Square by FABRICA and Higgins uses much less energy than an period home and it’s also much friendlier to the environment.
Interiors are made up of versatile layouts of generous proportions, featuring bespoke details whenever possible. With high quality fixtures and fittings that maximise comfort, these stylish Shared Ownership homes exude warmth and invite relaxation.
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Join a community as unique as its neighbourhood
A new collection of studio, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments are coming soon to Hanwell Square, W7. Nestled within leafy Ealing, Hanwell Square is already home to over 100 residents as well as shops and businesses, designed around a vibrant village square.
Hanwell Square is a new West London neighbourhood where apartments, shops and businesses come together, centered around a beautifully designed village square. Resident amenities include a gym, concierge and landscaped roof terraces whilst interiors have been designed by leading interior architecture firm No.12 Studio to reflect a truly design-led and timeless environment to call home.
There’s something in the air at Hanwell Square. The warm, friendly vibe is palpable, with a growing number of small local shops and businesses, including a café, boutique clothes store and a supermarket, adding to the relaxed, local feel.
Residents receive full membership of The Boston Club, offering a host of benefits including; the convenience of a concierge, a state–of–the–art gym and beautifully landscaped gardens and roof terraces with far–reaching views over the city, parks and beyond
Hanwell itself is one of west London’s best-kept secrets. Warm and welcoming, with a strong sense of place and community, it’s the most wonderful neighbourhood to put down roots. Nestled in Ealing, the capital’s greenest borough with 3,300 acres of green space, Hanwell is super-handy for White City, Chiswick, Richmond and Kew Gardens. What’s more, it’s blessed with all the charm and character of its west London neighbours, but without the hefty price tag.
That’s perennially good advice. West London has always set the pace. Diverse, desirable and just a bit different, this corner of the capital sizzles with style and character. Hanwell’s charming neighbours have lots to offer; from exploring Ealing’s bustling high street and the markets of Brentford to relaxing on the riverside at Richmond or in Kew’s famous garden. Illustrious company, but Hanwell is now a destination in its own right.
Hanwell is ideally placed - away from the city hustle, yet only a short ride from the heart of London. Connections are excellent; the Elizabeth line will take you to Paddington in 15 minutes and Bond Street in 18 minutes. International travel is also within easy reach with Heathrow Airport only 15 minutes away.
On the menu
Hanwell is blessed with plenty of quirky, independent pubs, cafés and restaurants. The Fox (est. 1848) and The Dodo (with its own micro-brewery) are ever-popular local watering holes, while The Golden Chip has been serving superb fish suppers since 1896. Drop into Momentum for a steaming flat white, or pick up a fresh sourdough loaf from The Little Wonder artisan bakery.
The great outdoors
There’s lush green space and a beautifully landscaped public square right on your doorstep. And you don’t have to wander far from Hanwell Square to find an abundance of nature, parks, trees, walks and cycle paths. Brent Lodge Park, with its tranquil riverside meadows, zoo and yew tree maze is just around the corner. The ancient Elthorne Park, and the Victorian-built Grand Union Canal, lie to the south. While a swathe of playing fields, allotments and two golf courses skirt the banks of the nearby River Brent.
Seats of learning
When it comes to education you’ll find quality as well as quantity in and around Hanwell. Oaklands 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated primary school is a 3 minute walk away, while ‘Outstanding’ local secondary schools include Elthorne Park High School and grammar–turned–academy Drayton Manor High School.
Thanks to the Elizabeth line, the best of London’s universities - including UCL, Imperial College and London School of Economics - are a short ride away.
Music to your ears
Hanwell reverberates each year as it hosts the Hanwell Hootie. This is a loud, proud tribute to local hero Jim Marshall, who opened his first amplifier shop here in 1962. Famous early customers included Jimi Hendrix and Pete Townsend. The Hanwell Carnival, meanwhile, is the oldest and second largest annual carnival in London, with its lively parade attracting some 50,000 people.
The faces of Hanwell
Let's raise a toast to the tightly-knit, longstanding community of Hanwell. From Aggy, local hero and proprietor of The Golden Chip, who has been a familiar face for 40 years, to Claire serving delicious coffee and brunch across the road at W7 Emporium. This vibrant community shines all year but really comes to life during the annual Hanwell Carnival and music-infused Hanwell Hootie.Disclaimer
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