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Ternary Place

1 and 2 bedroom properties
Hanger Lane, Ealing, Greater London

 
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A space set amongst the trees

Ternary Place is a boutique collection of one and two bedroom Shared Ownership & Private Sale apartments in Ealing. Surrounded by public parks, excellent transport links and leafy residential streets, its location appeals to those who want a home that lets them make the most of the city.

Once you step through the front gate, it’s clear that innovative, sensitive design is the focal point of this development. This is apparent in the buildings themselves, and extends to the development as a whole. Trees and planters surround the three buildings and the properties benefit from winter gardens, making the pace of the city feel far away.

Located in zone 3, Ternary Place is situated just a few minutes’ walk from North Ealing Underground station, served by the Piccadilly Line, and Ealing Common, served by the District Line. Also nearby Ternary Place is Ealing Common itself, offering a respite from city living, and the surrounding area plays host to a variety of quirky cafes, bars and restaurants close to home.

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