Harrow is the 12th largest London Borough in terms of geographical area. Harrow was formed in 1934 as an urban district of Middlesex. Harrow is probably best known for Harrow School, a prestigious boys' public school, attended by seven future Prime Ministers including Winston Churchill. The Medieval Church of St Mary’s in Harrow on The Hill is Harrow’s most famous landmark, it is now over 917 years old. It is also one of London’s oldest surviving medieval structures.
Harrow is centrally located to many local amenities, including transport links, local schools and shopping malls which opens its self-up to any to type of buyer be it first time or investor. Harrow is also a very attractive place to rent with all types of property choices.
Harrow is a unique part of Middlesex, combining English tradition, history and charisma with all the zest and convenience of a contemporary, diverse community. Harrow offers fashionable shopping malls, trendy restaurants, a lively nightlife and excellent transport links with numerous bus routes and Metropolitan, Jubilee and Bakerloo lines. Additionally, Harrow is a vibrant part of the London economy with over 10,000 businesses located here. The borough has a strong entrepreneurial tradition characterised by a thriving small business culture.
Harrow’s resident communities contribute to the borough being the most diverse borough by Faith in the country with more than 80 places of worship representing faiths.
One fifth of Harrow is composed of parkland and open spaces, creating a green belt equivalent to eight Hyde Parks.