What attracts people to Harrow on the Hill?

Property investment is a tricky thing because of the size of the outlay, the competition, and the responsibility. It requires professional assistance in order for you to do it correctly. Having worked in this industry for years, we’re ready to help you. Finefair is the number one company specialising in council leasing Harrow has. Whatever it is you need, we can provide it to you.

Located high upon a hilltop, Harrow on the Hill is vastly different from the rest of the Borough. Despite this, it still has plenty to offer.

In terms of transport, the village is on the Metropolitan Tube Line. There are direct trains to the city and Baker Street, as well as 15-minute rides to Marylebone. Other locales on the route include Rayners Lane, West and North Harrow. These are all in Zone 5, with annual travel cards to Zone 1 costing £2,328.

Within Zone 4, South Kenton and Kenton on the Bakerloo Line possess West End trains. On the Overground, it’s 30 minutes to Euston. You could also take a quicker route from Harrow & Wealdstone if you need to. Sudbury Hill and South Harrow lie on the Piccadilly Line. There are also trains travelling to Euston from Sudbury Hills.


When it comes to renting options, Harrow’s new town centre flats attract young professional commuters. They are popular with buy-to-let investors too. Recently, Le Bon Court was launched in St John’s Road. Twenty three flats became available as part of the London Living Rent scheme. Under this programme, rent is set at one third of household earnings. As a result tenants have the opportunity to save for a shared-ownership home.

At Finefair, we have a proven ability to secure distinctive partnerships that benefit investors as well as landlords. At present, our reputation is a strong one. With each passing day, it continues to grow as we make contact with more clients. It is safe to say we are the most reliable provider of council leasing Harrow has.

If you would like to work with us, please get in touch.