Located in west London, in the borough of Ealing, Greenford has very much been an up-and-coming hotspot for Londoners seeking great value properties and superb transport links.
And if it's 1920s and 1930s family homes that you're looking for, you're in luck - Greenford has plenty.
Greenford and Perivale stations are on the Central Line of the Underground, too, meaning trains into Bond Street and Liverpool Street in less than 40 minutes.
The area's average property price of £420,367 also makes it affordable for many Londoners priced out of more central zones, with flats averaging less than £300,000 according to Rightmove.
Property for sale in Greenford
But what can you get for that kind of money?
Let's take a look...
Houses for sale in Greenford
If you're a growing family, this three-bedroom property
on the Greenford/Southall border could be of interest.
Completely renovated to a high standard, the end-of-terrace house has retained some nice features while also being contemporary and stylishly designed inside.
It's also close to Allenby Primary School, rated 'Good' by Ofsted, so would suit a young family looking for space to grow.
Close to Wembley Central for Bakerloo Line trains into central London, the property would suit a family looking for space and superb transport links.
'Good'-rated Barham Primary School is nearby, too, while local amenities are vast.
A family looking for a 'move straight in and enjoy' home, meanwhile, should check out this three-bedroom house
in the heart of Greenford.
Refurbished to a really high standard with underfloor heating and an open-plan kitchen / diner, the property is just south of the A40 and Greenford Underground station for great links back to the city.
Schools nearby include Edward Betham CofE Primary (Good), Coston Primary (Good) and William Perkin High School (Outstanding), so this is a perfect property for a family.
Flats for sale in Greenford
Young professionals looking for their first London purchase should take a look atthis great one-bedroom flat
in central Greenford and alongside the Litten nature reserve.
Close to all amenities and Greenford Underground station, the flat has been refurbished recently and is double glazed and centrally heated.
As well as first-time buyers, the property might also appeal to an investor looking to start or bolster a buy-to-let portfolio.
Located on the third floor with a stunning roof terrace, two double bedrooms and two bathrooms, there's plenty of space for a professional couple to enjoy this prestigious home.
It's also close to shopping at Wembley Park and Jubilee Line trains back into central London from Wembley Park station.
At £425,000, the apartment is also well priced for such a special home.
Estate agents in Greenford
If you're looking to move to Greenford or surrounding areas, get in touch
with one of our property experts at Ellis & Co Greenford, who will be delighted to help you.