Only 30 minutes by train from London, Harlow has always been a popular choice for commuters. The exciting new Harlow Quarter development provides a much-needed addition to the existing housing mix, creating modern apartments in the heart of Harlow’s town centre.
Area: Harlow Town Centre, Essex
Units: Selection of studios 1- and 2-bedroom apartments
Phase Units: 163 apartments plus retail
Site: 4.5 acres
Harlow is well connected with excellent transport to UK cities and towns.
Developed and managed by Strawberry Star Homes, Harlow Quarter combines high specification interiors and beautiful outdoor spaces to bring the best of modern living to Harlow.
Situated in the upper Stort Valley, at the border between Hertfordshire and London, Harlow offers you the best of both worlds. Moments away from open green spaces including the 164-acre Harlow Town Park and yet only thirty minutes from Central London by train.
Harlow Town centre benefits from a wide variety of shops and restaurants, is the location of both the Harlow Leisurezone and Harlow Playhouse, and with an apartment at Harlow Quarter, you’ll be at heart of the action.
Designed by legendary golfer Sir Henry Cotton, who became a successful golf course architect after retiring from the sport, Canons Brook Golf Club is set across 112 acres of beautiful countryside. With a par-73 18 hole Championship course, it offers a varied course for all golfing abilities.
Canons Brook Golf Club, Elizabeth Way, Harlow, CM19 5BE
With six screens and 1,012 seats, Real3D and crystal-clear quality images, Cineworld at The Harvey Centre will please families and die-hard film connoisseurs alike. The cinema also hosts autism friendly screenings and offers party hires for larger groups.
Cineworld, Harvey Shopping Centre,
Harlow, CM20 1XR
A country pub with a white picket fence and beautiful floral hanging baskets, The Hare is a charmingly traditional three-bar inn, a stone’s throw from the centre. It has a family-friendly menu, pool tables, darts and a garden for enjoying sunny days. There’s a selection of locally-brewed real ales on tap, and dogs are welcome too.
The Hare, 100 Hare Street Springs, Harlow,
Essex, CM19 4AS
This state-of-the-art leisure centre was used by elite athletes in the run-up to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, combining wet and dry sports facilities under one roof. The 25m swimming pool is 8 lanes wide, with a learning pool, while the health spa, jacuzzis, sauna and steam room are ideal for relaxing. Gym facilities, tennis courts, fitness studios, therapy suites, a daycare nursery, cafe and lounge and more make this leisure centre an indispensable sports destination for Harlow.
Harlow Leisurezone, Second Ave, Harlow,
The former home, gardens and studio of sculptor Henry Moore is a short 25 minute drive from Harlow Quarter, and it’s a beautiful spot for a weekend visit. The sculpture garden features over 20 of Moore’s bronze artworks, while visitors can explore his studios, the Aisled Barn, where his unique tapestries and changing special exhibitions are on display.
Henry Moore Studios and Gardens, Dane
Tree House, Perry Green, Much Hadham,
With a 411-seat auditorium, 120-seat theatre and a buzzy cafe and bar, Harlow Playhouse is a magnet for lovers of Harlow’s cultural scene. Drama, music, comedy, and dance touring shows all stop here and the Playhouse also hosts a regular line-up of dance classes, an ‘aerial academy’ and drag afternoon teas.
Harlow Playhouse, Playhouse Square,
Harlow, CM20 1LS
Whether you’re looking for a place to work out, shop till you drop or watch the latest blockbuster Harlow has it covered.
Excellent transport connectivity to London in 30 minutes, Stansted International Airport in 17 minutes and Cambridge in 40 minutes.
Located within the UK’s (London-Stansted-Cambridge) innovation corridor, an economically significant business, science and technological growth region.
Strong capital growth – 132% increase in the average price paid for a new build home in the 10-years to 2017.
An attractive investment with yields of up to 5%
Harlow House prices to rise by 20% by 2023. [CBRE 2018 report]
Average annual rental growth of 3.6% or 18% between 2019 and 2023.
Strong demand for housing fuelled by projected population growth of 22% by 2039 and shortage of housing supply.
1.5 times cheaper average house prices compared to neighbouring Epping Forrest and Broxbourne, which are within 3 miles and on the same travel journey to London.
Over 44% of those who moved to Harlow in 2017, were Londoners.
Government-led regeneration and the Harlow Enterprise Zone will create an increased employment cluster with associated population growth, propelling demand for housing.
“Source: Strawberry Star Research”