Ruislip has very quickly become one of the top locations to move to within London and with good reason. A suburban town that lies in the borough of Hillingdon, London's most western borough.
Ruislip boasts an extensive transport network, boasting five train stations with links into Central London via the Metropolian, Piccadilly, Central and Overground train lines and an abundance of bus routes. For drivers there is also easy access to the M25, A40, M40 & M4. Commuting to work has never been easier.
Whether you are sporty, a nature lover or food connoisseur Ruislip offers something for everyone. The London Borough of Hillingdon boasts excellent sporting facilities and clubs, ranging from football to archery!
Also on offer is an abundance of restaurants with cuisine from all parts of the world. If the outdoors life is what appeals to you more, the Hillingdon Trail stretches across 20 miles and is where Hillingdon's wildlife can be seen at it's best.
Whatever may take your fancy, Ruislip and it's surrounding areas ensure that there is something for everyone to pass the time away.
Not only was Ruislip mentioned in the Doomsday book in 1086, but there are also several medieval buildings still in existence, with St Martin's church showing evidence of medieval paintings.
Ruislip evolved into a quiet village surrounded by farmland and, by the 1930's, Ruislip had become part of suburban London and eventually becoming the bustling town that we all now know and love.