Guide to Hatch End
The affluent London suburb of Hatch End is characterised by tree-lined streets and open green spaces. These attractive features, combined with the area’s low crime rates, help to make Hatch End one of the most popular parts of the capital among families and commuters
Located within the borough of Harrow, Hatch End offers the twin benefits of easy access to the countryside and a short journey into the heart of London. Euston station can be reached in just half an hour, while two main bus routes – the H12 from South Harrow to Stanmore and the H14 from Hatch End to Northwick Park Hospital – also run through the area.
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Unsurprisingly, Hatch End is popular for more than just its transport links. Several golf clubs – including Pinner Hill and Grims Dyke – are dotted around the area, while parks and gardens such as Shaftesbury Playing Fields and Harrow Weald Recreation Ground – are also located nearby.
Heading further afield, the picturesque surrounds of Colne Valley Regional Park – covering 40 square miles of farmland and woods, plus 200 miles of waterways and more than 60 lakes – can be reached in less than half an hour by car.
As well as all that green space, Hatch End is home to a number of noteworthy sights. Perhaps the best known is Letchford House, a Grade II listed building that dates back to the late 17th century.
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Chancellors Estate Agents’ Northwood branch services Hatch End and has a wide range of properties available for sale and to let in and around the area.
For any questions about buying, selling, renting or letting property in Hatch End, our Northwood branch is open six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.