Harrow is a large suburban area of Northwest London in Middlesex, situated 15 minutes from the centre of London. Harrow is well known for Harrow School, being one of the most famous schools in the world, in Harrow on the Hill, and has become home to a large university of Westminster campus. Around Harrow School, we have a rich stock of homes that is increasingly irresistible to the buyers.
Harrow forms a commercial hub that includes the two great shopping centres (St Georges and St Ann’s Centre) with Cinema and parades of shops throughout the Station Road.
Transport has never been an issue, been serving London Underground, London Overground and National Rail services, which include: Metropolitan line & Aylesbury line, Chiltern Railways from Harrow on the hill and Bakerloo Line, Watford DC line, Northwestern railway and Southern from harrow and Wealdstone. Not to forget the multiple bus access from the Harrow on the Hill Bus station.
With increasing populations, Harrow has been expanding with three large developments having been completed in the last few years; it now boasts a huge amount of affordable housing and has become famous for families and first-time buyers. In terms of capital growth, Harrow has become a solid place to invest.
Population: 2,935 (+4.6% from 1996)
Harrow Council has introduced licensing, in the rental market, for private residential properties, where a part of the borough is a subject to a designation under the Housing Act 2004. This makes landlords for all private rented accommodation, to have a compulsory license from the local authority. Do you need one? Check below: Click here
Council tax bands have also changed; it has increased by 3.8% from 2017: