North Harrow is a large suburban area of Northwest London in Middlesex and has expanded to North Harrow station being one of the most ethnically diverse areas. Exceeding the average of London, North Harrow is known for safety, affluence and quality of education.
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.
The station connects to Harrow on the Hill (southbound) and Pinner (northbound) via Metropolitan line and Chiltern Railways and has won awards for the best customer service too.
With increasing diversity, North Harrow offers buyers who tend to be upsizing families a generous amount of space for their money, homes that are semi-detached houses carry on increasing rarity value as London builds upwards rather than outwards to accommodate its growing population.
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: