The Vista Apartments offer a range of highly specified apartments boasting views over landscaped gardens and the London Skyline. The penultimate phase to an already thriving development benefits from private entrance with direct access to the residents' only underground car park.
Designed by acclaimed urban architect John Thompson and Partners, Dickens Yard is framed by historical landmarks such as the Town hall, Christ the Saviour Church and the Old Fire Station.
1. Car Park Entrance
2. Water Feature
3. Old Stables
4. Sales Information Centre
5. Victoria Lane
6. Temporary Marketing Suite
7. Dickens Walk
8. Bakers Yard
9. Elizabeth Square
10. School Lane
11. Christ the Saviour Church
12. Gillingas House
13. Main Entrance
14. Landscaped Gardens
15. Victoria Square
16. Residents' Spa
17. Market Street
"Rising Zone 3-6 rents tipped to soar further near London stations with 24-hour service. Planned Crossrail links at West Ealing and Ealing Broadway already boosting house prices nearby." Evening Standard, 2016
"Ealing Broadway is set to attract similar levels of spend to Kensington*" with" £5.5 billion added to residential and commercial property values along the Crossrail route by 2021." *CACI, 2015. TFL, 2016
"As a general trend, we have seen healthy growth in rental values in areas benefitting from improved transport links like Ealing. New apartments with onsite gyms and concierge services will typically have 12 applicants for every apartment for rent at Dickens Yard." Benham & Reeves Residential Lettings, 2016
"UK interest rates cut to 0.25% - a record low and the first cut since 2009" BBC News, 2016
47% increase in Ealing property prices over the last two years, 28% in the last year alone."
"50% increase in house prices predicted over the next 5 years within a 750m radius of Ealing Broadway Station." JLL, 2015
"25 minutes reduction in journey times into the city and Canary Wharf upon the completion of the new Crossrail project due in 2019. Travel times from Ealing across London are set to reduce by up to 50%." Telegraph, 2015
From 24 minutes to Heathrow,12 minutes from Paddington and 30 minutes from the West End, Ealing Broadway Underground and rail stations offer fast and reliable connections to central London. From 2019, Crossrail will reduce journey times further, cutting trips to the City, Canary Wharf and elsewhere by up to fifty per cent. The nearby M4 and M25 road networks offer easy links to the rest of the UK - and beyond. *Source Transport for London.
London's theatres, museums, arts and music venues make it the cultural capital of the world. Local attractions include Ealing Studios (the world's oldest film studios), the Questors Theatre and Ealing Jazz Club, now The Red Room, where The Rolling Stones first met in 1962. The V&A Museum, British Museum, the West End, Theatreland and the South Bank are all also within easy reach from Ealing Broadway.
London is a global academic centre - from school to university level. The city has six of Europe's top 40 universities, including King's College London and University College London (UCL). Ealing's University of West London has twice been named the UK's No.1 modern university. Private schools within easy reach of Dickens Yard, include the world-famous Harrow School, the mixed St Benedict's School and Durston House boys prep school.
Designed by leading urban architects John Thompson and Partners, Dickens Yard creates a dynamic yet safe new environment in the centre of Ealing. The energy and vitality of Dickens Yard and its unique fusion of historic buildings, cutting- edge architecture and modern facilities define a new focus for Ealing Town Centre.