Local area guide

Living in Pinner

Thinking about moving to Pinner? Discover why it's a great place to live, fun things to do here, what the local schools and transport connections are like - and of course the most important thing of all: how much houses cost to buy.

Your guide to moving to Pinner

Why Pinner is a good place to live

Despite being in close proximity to the hustle and bustle of London, Pinner stands by its roots with a strong, historic essence. The peaceful nature of the area offers a welcome break from city life, making Pinner a sought-after spot for living. The well-kept parks, with a total of over 5 hectares of greenery, provide perfect opportunities for outdoor relaxation. Families will appreciate the many child-friendly facilities, including playgrounds and parks. The area impresses with its diverse food scene, providing a delightful culinary journey that ranges from local to exotic flavours, with local pubs ending the evening on a high note with live music.

What's Pinner famous for?

When it comes to fame, Pinner has an impressive list to its name. Its historical roots can be traced back through several notable residents, like World War II hero Brian Lane. Pinner is also the birthplace of the acclaimed singer Sir Elton John. Cinematically, it starred in the movie 'The Theory of Everything' featuring Eddie Redmayne. Alongside this, the town's heritage High Street offers a slice of medieval history. Lastly, Pinner hosts an annual fair event that has been taken place since 1336, demonstrating its commitment to tradition.

Things to do in Pinner

Pinner offers an assortment of activities to engage residents as well as visitors. Experience the joy of licking a scoopful of tasty ice cream from the local dessert shops, or hang out at the local pubs that feature beer gardens and live music. Pinner’s market takes place every second Saturday and showcases the best that local producers have to offer. For the bookworms, the local bookshop holds personalised events that truly resonate with their customers. Round up the adventure with laughter by catching one of the comedy shows that feature in Pinner regularly. These many activities emphasise Pinner's dynamic local scene.

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Average asking prices in Pinner today

We update our average asking prices every day using data from millions of properties for sale.

Terraced

Avg. asking price

£600,000

20 properties for sale

Detached

Avg. asking price

£1,100,000

82 properties for sale

Semi-detached

Avg. asking price

£825,000

62 properties for sale

Flats

Avg. asking price

£375,000

79 properties for sale

Properties currently for sale in Pinner

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Transport in Pinner

Find the nearest train stations and other transport links in Pinner.

Local connections

Pinner
0 miles / 0.0 km
North Harrow
1 miles / 1.6 km
Headstone Lane
National Rail
1.2 miles / 1.9 km
Rayners Lane
1.3 miles / 2.1 km
Hatch End
National Rail
1.3 miles / 2.1 km
Eastcote
1.3 miles / 2.1 km

Schools in Pinner

Discover local primary schools, secondary schools and sixth form colleges in Pinner.

Education in Pinner

Reddiford School
Ages: 2 - 11 years old
West Lodge Primary School
Ages: 4 - 11 years old
Ofsted Rating: Good (2023)
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
Ages: 4 - 11 years old
Ofsted Rating: Outstanding (2023)
St John's School
Ages: 3 - 13 years old
Nower Hill High School
Ages: 11 - 18 years old
Ofsted Rating: Outstanding (2023)
Cannon Lane Primary School
Ages: 4 - 11 years old
Ofsted Rating: Good (2023)

Local pubs in Pinner

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  • Oddfellows Arms

    Pinner, Middlesex, HA5

    Comfortable single-bar local. Named after Thomas Ellement, who founded the Pinner branch of the Oddfellows Society in 1848.

  • Case Is Altered

    Eastcote, Pinner, HA5

    The Case Is Altered, in the heart of Eastcote village and within easy reach of Pinner, Northwood Hills and Ruislip. It is a traditional country pub delivering carefully chosen craft beer and ale, alongside a fresh seasonally inspired menu.