Homes to Rent in Harrow, London
13 miles north-west of Central London covering the HA1, HA2 and HA3 postcodes is the town of Harrow. Bordering Stanmore, Hendon, Wembley and Ruislip, the town centre is taking a new shape as new developments spring up. Almost 150,000 people live in Harrow at the moment, but that number is set to rise in the next few years. Lots of residents in Harrow rent their homes, and there’s a good choice of houses, flats and apartments to rent in the town. Many people move to Harrow to lay roots and settle down, so it’s not uncommon to find that your neighbours have lived in the area for a while.
Flats & Apartments for Rent in Harrow
Harrow’s town centre is now the ideal place to rent a flat in the area, with three new developments – Lexicon, Lyon Square and Harrow Square. Apartments to rent in Harrow are well-priced, and you’ll find the cheapest above commercial units and shops.
Houses for Rent in Harrow
The roads of Harrow include lots of 1930s detached and semi-detached houses to rent, with some Victorian and Edwardian houses in the South Hill area. There are some art and crafts style homes dotted about, and in some of the estates, some mansions. The rental price of houses increases the closer you get to the genteel Harrow-on-the-Hill village.
Harrow Recreation & Leisure
Harrow has three stations on the Metropolitan Line; North Harrow, West Harrow and Rayner’s Lane. However, residents needn’t stray far in their spare time out of the city. Harrow has two shopping malls, St Ann’s and St George’s Shopping Centres, as well as a multitude of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars through its streets. The local green spaces in the area - such as Harrow Recreation Park - have received funding to plant almost 300 new trees, so work is ongoing to improve the public parks for the residents of Harrow.