Office Profile - Stanmore
Our busy office is conveniently situated opposite the pedestrian crossing in the heart of The Broadway. A team of experienced and trained staff are on hand to provide advice on property sales and lettings in Stanmore, Bushey, Elstree, Edgware and Harrow Weald. The branch covers postcode areas HA3, HA5, HA7, HA8 and WD23.
Stanmore is a sought-after suburb on the edge of the Green Belt in the London Borough of Harrow, England, just 10 miles (16 km) north west of central London with many locations offering views over the city. Stanmore's extensive residential areas are leafy and predominantly affluent, with many residents commuting daily to jobs in central London and the City. Stanmore is home to many offices; Stanmore College; a local library; golf, cricket and rugby clubs; and a large number of places of worship including a synagogue, mosque, temple and churches of many denominations.The suburb also hosts the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital - known as RNOH - which is famed for its Spinal Injuries Unit. The area is also well served by well-respected primary schools - St Johns, Aylwood, Stanburn and Whitchurch - and Park High secondary school as well as being very well positioned for access to sought-after private schools including Haberdashers-Askes and North London Collegiate School. The centre of Stanmore is dominated by the presence of a Sainsbury's supermarket next to the 1870s built Bernase Institute. For more extensive shopping, the St Anne's Centre in Harrow, The Harlequin Centre in Watford and Brent Cross are all within a five mile radius. The area is close to Belmont, Canons Park and Bushey and offers lovely walks through the grounds of Bentley Priory, Stanmore Country Park and the Green Belt beyond.Transport to and from Stanmore: Stanmore Village station was open for train services between 1890 and 1952 and Stanmore Jubilee Line Underground station, which opened in 1932, provides 30 minute access to Baker Street. The area also offers good road access with J5 of the M1 situated just one mile to the east of The Broadway and access to the M25 within another five miles. The suburb is characterised by numerous small restaurants and cafes, several public houses, and a handful of boutique-style clothing stores.