Hanger Hill

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Typical Tudor Revival housing on Monks Drive, in the Garden Estate

Hanger Hill is a local area and ward[1] of the London Borough of Ealing around Hanger Lane (A406 road), most often considered a part of Ealing proper.


The area was developed during the interwar period as two separate estates - the Hanger Hill Garden Estate and the Haymills Estate to the east of Hanger Lane. [2]

The Hanger Hill Garden Estate includes Queens Drive, Links Road and Monks Drive, and was built between 1928 and 1936 to designs by architects Douglas Smith and Barley. This was designated a conservation area in 1969.[3][4]

The Haymills Estate is further north, built on the site of Hanger Hill House. This estate is laid out in distinctive crescents and includes Tudor Revival, Neo-Georgian and Moderne houses. It was designated as a separate conservation area in 1996.[5]


The nearest London Underground stations are Hanger Lane, Park Royal, West Acton and North Ealing.

Hanger Hill Park is in the area.

Hanger Hill Park

Nearby areas[edit]


Coordinates: 51°31′10″N 0°16′59″W / 51.5194°N 0.283°W / 51.5194; -0.283