If it’s village vibes you’re after, Pinner is the place to be. Home to many classic English pubs as well as trendy bars and historic buildings, you will never be at a loss for things to do in Pinner. Pinner and Hatch End, the wealthy side of Harrow, offer a rare mix of large country homes and modern flats in one area, meaning it genuinely caters for everyone.
Located on the modern Metropolitan line, this place is ideal for the working professional looking for somewhere trendy and traditional to relax at the weekends, whilst offering quick access into central London for work. It’s a 25 minutes ride to Baker Street, and from zone 6 trains to Euston take 38 minutes only.
Schools are notoriously good in Pinner, with some of the best reputations in the Greater London area. Pinner and Hatch End offer a huge variety of beautiful properties, from detached to semi-detached houses, but also offers medieval cottages in Pinner Village.
Currently, in Pinner and Hatch End, there is a strong demand for family houses in the catchment area of popular primary schools, with three bedroom family house rental is approximately between £1750.00 a month to £2000.00 a month. Rental yields are about four per cent. Buyers, on the other hand, prefer detached houses with large gardens that sell for between £1.5 million and £6 million.
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: