New Homes in Harrow
Traditionally seen as a family location in North West London, Harrow's ongoing redevelopment has led to an influx of home buyers. Prices have risen above the London average in recent years, yet, considering the great schools and fantastic transport links, this borough still offers good value for money when it comes to buying a home in the capital.
Harrow on the Hill in particular is one of the most stunning little villages in Greater London. Browse through the development list below to view all new homes in and around Harrow.
Live the Harrow life
Thanks to some wonderful redevelopment which includes a selection of stunning new homes, plenty of great schools and excellent transport links, there’s never been a better time to buy a new home in Harrow. Especially when you take advantage of offers like our Movemaker scheme, where we take care of your estate agent fees for you when you sell your old home.
Things to see and do in Harrow
Another huge part of Harrow’s appeal is the prevalence of green spaces across the borough and in the surrounding area. From Bentley Priory to Stanmore Country Park and Northwick Park, you’ll also have incredible spots like the Colne Valley Regional Park, Fryent Country Park and Elstree Open Space close by, depending on where you live.
Then there are cultural attractions like Harrow Arts Centre, Headstone Manor and Museum, and the Heath Robinson Museum with its wonderful art displays. Go walking around Brent Reservoir and up to Harrow View Point for the beautiful panoramas, and don’t miss places like Pinner Memorial Park. Or Roxbourne Park and Ruislip Woods just west of the border with Hillingdon.
The borough is blessed with a selection of schools rated as outstanding by Ofsted, including St Anselm’s Catholic Primary to the south and Vaughan Primary to the west. St John Fisher Catholic Primary covers Pinner, while younger children in Harrow Weald can attend Whitefriars School and those in Wealdstone can go to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary.
The outstanding options continue at secondary level, with Whitefriars School offering education up to the age of 18. Whitmore High School is just to the south west of Harrow, while Park High School and Bentley Wood High are also in the education board’s highest category. Harrow School, meanwhile, is one of the borough’s top independents.
Harrow transport links
As well as train stations such as Harrow & Wealdstone which lies between the two along the A409, there are also a selection of bus routes and Tube stations across the borough. The latter give you access to the London Underground’s Bakerloo, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, as well as Overground services. Meanwhile, Edgware is just across the eastern border, and one of the Northern line’s termini.
The Harrow property scene
With house prices lower than the London average, Harrow is considered to be a relatively affordable borough. It still has a vibrant property scene though, offering a selection of period homes to complement the beautiful new homes springing up which offer a wonderful community feel.Our Eastman Village development along Harrow View is only around half a mile from Harrow & Wealdstone station, giving you brilliant access to the Bakerloo line and direct services to places like Paddington, Marylebone, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross. And if it’s a new property you’re after, don’t miss our Low Deposit Schemes in London, with Deposit Unlock or Deposit Boost.