43-51 Lowlands Road, Harrow, HA1 3AW, UK
A Permitted Development building comprised 73 units studio studio apartments divided over 5 floors
- The Property was originally built as an office building in 1980’s and is being converted into residential building (under a Permitted Development scheme) with a total build area of 24,657 Sq. Ft (GIA), with an approved proposed scheme of 73 studio apartments divided over 5 floors.
- There is a potential scheme in place to increase to a total of 80 studio apartments (additional 7 units) divided over the same 5 floors which will increase the property’s GIA to 26,949 sq. ft.
- Lowlands House is located in the Centre of the London Borough of Harrow in North-East London, within 4 minutes’ walk from the underground Harrow-on-the-Hill Station. The underground station is an interchange railway station in Harrow, served by suburban London Underground Metropolitan line services and commuter National Rail services on the London–Aylesbury line. These lines can bring you to London Victoria or London Bridge in journey time of approximately 40 mins and 1 hour to Heathrow Airport.
- Harrow is a large town in Greater London, England and serves as the principal settlement of the London Borough of Harrow. Harrow lies about 12 miles from Central London, 10.5 miles (16.9 km) northwest of Charing Cross and 5.4 miles (8.7 km) south of Watford.
Harrow has a population of around 150,000, whereas the wider borough (also made up of Pinner and Stanmore) has a population of around 250,149. Harrow is also home to a large University of Westminster campus, located near Northwick Park and the hospital. It serves as the university's base for Media, Arts and Design.
Completion: February 2021
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