Launching Harrow Square

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Driving forward Harrow’s ambitious regeneration plans.

Last night, Barratt London launched their latest development – Harrow Square, at The Landmark Hotel in Marylebone. The development will deliver 318 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, in the already thriving community of Harrow.

The first phase, Hartley Apartments, was launched at the event and is anticipated to be highly sought after by investors looking to take advantage of off-plan property with excellent transport connections. There has already been strong interest in the development, with nearly 100 attendees at the launch and 24% of Hartley Apartments sold on the night.

Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM), homes at Harrow Square will be filled with natural light and most apartments feature private balconies or roof terraces, offering dual aspect views – all residents will have also access to communal roof terraces with views over Greater London. Flexible living is at the heart of the interior design, with spacious open-plan living and dining while kitchens feature individually designed German kitchens featuring Electrolux appliances.

Surrounding a central public square and with a new library at its centre, alongside retail space, Harrow Square will not only provide much needed new homes, but will also be a focal point for the rejuvenated town centre, as part of the £1.75bn Harrow Opportunity Area investment programme. Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director, Barratt London, commented: “Harrow Square is a crucial element in Harrow’s ambitious regeneration plans, a scheme that will benefit the entire community, with a new public space designed by internationally renowned architects.”

Residents will benefit from excellent connections to central London, being less than two minutes’ walk from Harrow-on-the-Hill Underground and National Rail stations. London Marylebone is just 18 minutes away by Chiltern Railways, while King’s Cross St Pancras can be reached in 27 minutes, and Moorgate in 36 minutes on the Metropolitan line.