In touching distance of central London yet with the feel of being hundreds of miles away, Harrow is home to pretty cottages, period architecture and more than 500 areas of greenbelt.
Only 13 miles north-west of central London, this urban village can boast a number of fantastic schools including one of the world’s most famous boarding schools, Harrow School, where Winston Churchill was educated. In complete contrast, it is also home to a 1970s subterranean skateboard park, one of only a few remaining in the country.
Finding a place to call home
From 1930s detached and semi-detached properties to conservation areas with Victorian and Edwardian homes, and even to elegant arts and craft houses, you can’t hide the area’s rich heritage. Like any urban area, there are also a number of new build developments mainly offering apartment living.
For your cultural and lifestyle needs
One of the things that we love about Harrow is the blend of independent stores and big brand names on the high street. There are a number of 18-hole golf courses and clubs, such as The Grim’s Dyke Gold Clun, and Harrow Hill Golf Club has a 9-hole course. You will find cinemas, Harrow Arts Centre, a council-run swimming pool, as well as a wealth of places to eat and drink.
Why you should make Harrow your home
With an abundance of parks and green spaces, the area has a really good feel and attracts first-time buyers and families alike. With excellent transport links from both the tube and the train, you can be in the city in less than 30 minutes. There is good road access too for the North Circular, M4, M1 and A5. Its rich history is hard to ignore, as is the quality of education available. Let us show you the Harrow that we know you will soon come to love.