Nestled in the north-west of Greater London, Harrow is a large suburban town in the London Borough of Harrow. Far from the electric pace of central London, this little borough embraces its own quieter way of life.
While you're here, make quick trips to one of the boroughs many supermarkets and grocers or spent an afternoon in one of its two shopping centres (St. Ann’s and St. George’s) and take leisure strolls through one of its many parks and open spaces.
If you're looking for a peaceful area where you can settle down with your family or lead a retired life, Harrow is one of the popular place.
The average property value in Harrow stood at £488,853 in March 2019. And the property price ranges between £87,500 - £1,750,000. This is a fall of 0.05% in the last three months (since December 2018) and rise of 0.57% since 12 months ago.
In terms of property types, flats in Harrow sold for an average of £326,844 and terraced houses for £474,846.
Last year most property sales in Harrow involved flats which sold for on average of £343,230. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £575,411, while terraced properties fetched £497,583.
Harrow is one of the places with many attractions, things to do and places to see. The place houses many Museums and Heritages centres such as Harrow Museum & Heritage Centre, Headstone Manor & Museum, London Motorcycle Museum, Reveley Lodge and Royal Air Force Museum.
St Mary's Church, is a very beautiful church situated on the top of the hill at Harrow on the Hill. Visit the castle or maybe Maidenhead for a day out at the park? Families have lots of inspiration for fun days out with the kids.
Harrow has made it into the top three London boroughs for rental demand. Harrow, home to Stanmore (the end of the Jubliee Line), is the gateway to the desirable commuter belt of Hertfordshire.
The leafy Harrow on the Hill area has long been a popular spot with Londoners and buy-to-let properties there have offered solid capital growth as well as rental returns.
West Harrow, Pinner and Harrow on the Hill are particularly popular with families, while for those with a generous budget to blow, South Hill Avenue and Mount Park Road in South Harrow are among the most expensive in the borough, with a number of million-pound properties.
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