Harrow, North London
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Located in the borough of the same name, Harrow is a part of London that is known mainly as a residential suburb. Home of a number of famous educational institutions such as the University of Westminster and Harrow School, the Harrow has also been home to a number of famous people including James Blunt, Tom Fletcher, Sir Elton John, Billy Idol, Roger Moore and Lord Byron. The area is amongst the more affluent parts of the borough and is boasts a range of places of interest such as the Royal Air Force Museum, Osterley Park & House, Avenue House and the Kew Bridge Steam Museum.
Harrow has a number of serviced offices and store spaces that are occupied by companies such as building & construction firms, interior decorators, graphic designers, accountants, business consultants, cleaning services, catering companies and healthcare practitioners. UK Travel Group PLC has an office in the area as does Quy Technology. ITTI UK Ltd. and Techlusi also have offices here while CEE Projects Ltd. has its manufacturing facility in the town.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The entertainment scene in Harrow is exciting with nearby venues like Wembley Arena leading the charge on the live performance scene. The Cock Tavern Theatre offers exciting stage productions while Watermans offers access to the performing arts as well. Restaurants in Harrow serve everything from Indian and Japanese to Italian and Polish food. Masa has a wide variety of food from East Asia while Ram’s is all about Indian food for vegetarians. Soffra serves up tasty Turkish delicacies and Kaifeng is a great place to enjoy some Chinese cuisine.
Harrow is supported by a strong network of roads including the A404, A4005 and A409. This allows buses and taxis and those driving their own vehicles to get around with ease. Harrow & Wealdstone Station is a major connecting point to the overhead and London Underground railway networks along the Marylebone-Aylesbury Line and Metropolitan Line respectively. North Harrow and Harrow & Wealdstone tube stations are also close by. London Heathrow is just a short distance from Harrow, offering international air connectivity.