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Harrow has superb links in and around London. The development is just a two-minute walk from Harrow & Wealdstone station, served by London Overground and London Underground Bakerloo line services, whisking you into the centre of the city in around 20 minutes – so yes, you do have time to grab a coffee and catch up on emails before arriving at your desk. And when you want to escape the clamour of London for the weekend to Brighton’s hedonistic corners and pebble beach, or for a UK city break, London Northwestern Railway and Southern also operate from Harrow & Wealdstone and can drop you at destinations across the country.
If you want to find fun and lively spots, there are plenty to pick from – and like any self-respecting London borough, its restaurants and bars are invariably on the cusp of reinvention and a guaranteed good meal is always on the cards. Whether you’re looking for the latest hipster café, exceptional Indian street food, or that splash-out spot dishing up terrific food in a spectacular setting – its foodie scene covers all bases.
On your doorstep, you’ll find handy shops, cafes, canals and sports clubs. And when all you want is a bit of green space to jog in or flatten down a picnic rug, Harrow is scattered with some envy-inducing parks, from Canons Park with its immaculate gardens and playground, to Bentley Priory that wraps around its namesake stately home with atmospheric woodlands and a nature reserve for sultry afternoon exploring. Year-round, the area has an eclectic calendar of events with fairs, sunblushed festivals and artisan markets where you can pick up fantastic local produce and a bunch of thoughtfully designed handicrafts. Couple that with great shopping, excellent sports facilities and leading schools and you can see why a move to Harrow is always going to be a wise decision.
Postcode HA3 5BY
Only a short walk from Harrow & Wealdstone station after exiting the station, turn left down Sandridge Close towards the The Bridge/A409 where you need to take another left and from there it is a simple action of following the High Street until you reach No. 19 the development.
*Rail journey times are provided the TfL planner