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characterised by its boutique cafes and shops, exclusive golf clubs in leafy surroundings and its noted schools, restaurants and hospitals, Stanmore is one of the most desirable places to live in the North West London area.

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital is in Stanmore and some of the UK’s finest private and state schools, including Haberdashers’ Aske’s, North London Collegiate and St Margaret’s are within a short drive.

Stanmore and its immediate surroundings also has many beautiful places of worship covering all religious denominations, including affiliated and faith based education facilities.

• 13 miles from the centre of London

• Stanmore to Canary Wharf (Jubilee line) 50 minutes

• Stanmore to Green Park (jubilee line) 35 minutes

• Buses direct to Brent Cross, Watford (The Intu Centre), Hatch End and Pinner

• Close to M1 (j4), M25 (j21 and j22), A1 and A41

• Heathrow Airport – 50 minutes

• Luton Airport – 45 minutes

DID YOU KNOW?  Famous Stanmore residents have included post-war Prime Minister Clement Atlee; Brit-rocker Billy Idol; James Bond’s alter-ego Roger Moore and Arsenal and England “wunderkind” Theo Walcott.

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London Borough – Harrow

Postcode District – HA7

Dialling Code – 0208

Population – Approx. 24,000

Constituency – Harrow East

MP – Bob Blackman (Con.)

Bushey Heath

Close to Watford, Stanmore and Edgware, Bushey Heath retains a quaint, small town feeling and this is reflected in the beautiful residential roads surrounded by Green Belt land.

Bushey Heath has excellent high street shopping and a good number of cafes, delicatessens and restaurants, as well as churches, synagogues and mosques for all religious denominations.

The nationally regarded Purcell School for gifted young musicians is located in Bushey and a number of highly regarded schools and colleges are close by, including Harrow School, Merchant Taylor’s and Haberdashers’ Aske’s Schools.

• Underground trains from Stanmore (Jubilee line)

• Bushey overground station to Euston – 29 minutes

• 17 miles from central London

• Buses run to southeast Hertfordhsire, Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Edgware, Watford and Pinner

• Close to M1 (j4 & j5)), M25, A1 and A41

• Heathrow Airport – 60 minutes

• Luton Airport – 45 minutes


Local folklore suggests that legendary highwayman Dick Turpin lurked on the road from Bushey Heath to Stanmore and attacked traders going to and from London!

Former famous Bushey residents include Hubert von Herkomer (artist); musicians Simon le Bon, George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley; journalist and former politician Michael Portillo and cricketer Mark Ramprakash.

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District – Hertsmere

Postcode District – WD23

Dialling Code – 0208, 01923

Population – Approx. 25,000

Constituency – Hertsmere

MP – Oliver Dowden (Con.)

Canons Drive Estate

An exclusive, private estate of tree-lined avenues.  Comprising a little over 400 properties, the estate is governed by the Canons Park Estate Association, who maintain the facilities in return for a small membership fee.

Widely considered to be the most desirable place to live in Edgware, there is even a waiting list for property!  The Broadwalk Shopping Centre boasts a Sainsbury’s as well as a host of big name high street brands, whilst the fashionable areas of Mill Hill and Radlett are close by.

The world famous North London Collegiate School for Girls is nearby, as are Mill Hill and John Lyon Schools.  Edgware Community Hospital with its out-patient facilities and NHS Walk-In Centre is minutes away.

• 10 miles from central London

• Edgware to Kings Cross (Northern line) – 30 minutes

• Canons Park to Green Park (Jubilee line) – 35 minutes

• Close to M1, M25, A1 and A41

• Buses go to Kenton, Pinner, Harrow and Watford, as well as all of Barnet

• Heathrow Airport – 60 minutes

• Luton Airport – 45 minutes


Eighteenth century “Messiah” composer Handel lived in Edgware for a time and performed on the organ in St Lawrence’s Church on Whitchurch Lane.

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London Borough – Barnet

Postcode District – HA8

Dialling Code – 0208

Population – Approx. 1,500

Constituency – Hendon

MP – Matthew Offord (Con.)


(or Elstree & Borehamwood) a quaint suburb north of Barnet, just over the Hertfordshire border.  Boasting excellent restaurants and shopping facilities and surrounded by breath-taking Green Belt land, Elstree has some of the best private houses in the southeast.

Within just a few miles are some of the very best schools in the UK – Haberdashers’ Aske’s, Queen Elizabeth Boys and Girls, Merchant Taylors’ and Harrow School.  As with all the northwest London suburbs, Elstree has places of worship catering for all the main religious groups.

• 14 miles from central London

• Elstree & Borehamwood to Kings Cross – 20 minutes

• Elstree & Borehamwood to Moorgate – 30 minutes

• Buses to most of southeast Hertfordshire and Barnet

• M25 (j22) and M1 (j4 & 5), A1 and A41 in close proximity

• Heathrow and Luton Airports – approximately 60 minutes


As well as EastEnders, Elstree Studios has been used for all or part of some of the most famous films of all time, including The Dam Busters, One Million Years B.C., Star Wars, Monty Python’s Meaning of Life and the Indiana Jones trilogy.

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District – Hertsmere

Postcode District – WD6

Dialling Code – 0208

Population – Approx. 96,000

Constituency – Hertsmere

MP – Oliver Dowden (Con.)