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The Mount house was meticulously built for wealthy landowner Samuel Hoare, between 1807 and 1817, around 1858 it became a girls’ convent run by an order of Belgian nuns. In 1998 the building was converted to create 15 luxurious apartments from 1 bedroom to 3 bedroom penthouses. Standing at the summit of the Hill, this gated development is a short walk from the historic High Street, with its gravel driveway and mature communal gardens, it gives the impression of a stately home.
Upon entering the building you are greeted by an impressive entrance, made up of imposing black and white limestone hallway and a grand central staircase. Alternatively a lift is also available to the apartment on the second floor which has far reaching views across the grounds and beyond.
This desirable apartment has great character and also features many modern conveniences including gas central heating and a security entry phone/cctv system. There is a generous living/dining room, a master bedroom with en-suite, a further bedroom and a separate kitchen with excellent décor throughout.
The kitchen has a full size fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The living area has a dining table with four chairs, a two seater and three seater sofas, coffee table and a 43″ smart tv. The main bathroom is spacious and features a shower over bath. The apartment is 79 sqm (850 square feet). The master bedroom is spacious with a large wall to wall built in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom, and the second bedroom has a zip and link bed that can be made up as a master or two twins. Other features include: twin bedside tables, reading lamps and free standing wardrobe in the second bedroom.
The apartment is a short walk away from the village of Harrow on the Hill, which offers a great sense of community and tranquility compared to most of London, yet there are both Metropolitan/Chiltern Line (Harrow-on-the-Hill) and Piccadilly Line stations (Sudbury Hill/South Harrow) within walking distance for a fast commute to the City. Practical needs are taken care of by a nearby Waitrose supermarket and the comprehensive Harrow town center amenities, with opportunities for leisure and recreation locally, including nearby Church Fields, golf courses and a Vue Cinema.
The area is also well known for its highly regarded state, private and church schools including St Anselms Catholic Primary School, Harrow School, Orley Farm Preparatory School and John Lyon School for Boys within walking distance.
28 - 89 nights
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14 days cancellation policy