McCarthy & Stone - Randolph House RL Plus, HA1
The McCarthy & Stone Assisted Living development in Harrow will be located on a quiet street to the east of the borough, just near the beautiful Harrow Hill golf course. The Harrow campus of the University of Westminster is also close by and has lovely green grounds and sprawling open spaces. The Assisted Living development will feature one and two bedroom apartments, available for those aged 70 and over.
The apartments will boast large bedrooms, as well as a modern kitchen and an inviting living room. Owners of the two bedroom apartments can choose to convert the second bedroom into a study or dining room. The development itself will be well equipped to look after any of your needs. You will be able to enjoy the landscaped gardens, Club Lounge with Wi-Fi, on-site car park and the Guest Suite for overnight visitors. The complex will also be extremely secure, with an intruder alarm, camera entry system, Estates Manager and fire detection equipment. For those with limited mobility, there will be lift access to every floor, as well as wheelchair accessibility and domestic assistance.
The apartments are just 0.2 miles from the local supermarket and 0.4 miles from two large shopping centres next to the train station. Harrow-on-the-Hill station is part of the London Underground and National Rail with lines to London, Aylesbury and other surrounding areas. There are also several bus stations within walking distance from the development to take you into the city centre.
Harrow is a charming area of northwest London, filled with plenty of parks, recreation grounds and several large golf courses. St George and St Ann are the two main shopping centres with everything from fashion boutiques, home stores and the usual amenities. There is a fully pedestrianized shopping and restaurant street that stretches for 300m and has a variety of restaurants, cafes and traditional English pubs.
For those who lead an active lifestyle, you'll be able to make the most of the Harrow Hill Golf Course and the adjacent playing fields.
The area below the train station is known as Harrow-on-the Hill, a stunning conservation quarter thanks to its historical buildings, famous boarding school and Georgian architecture that dates back to the 17th century.
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