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Studio Flat

Templar House, 82 Northolt Road, Harrow, HA2 0YL

Templar House was built in 2005 comprising 64 self-contained studio apartments for intermediate rent.


  • Studio apartments range from £621.38 (small studio) to £644.07 (large studio) and are exclusive of utilities and council tax.

£621 to £644 pcm

Templar House

  • Features

    Each Studio has a quality fitted kitchen with steel hob/oven, washing machine and fridge/freezer.

    The living area has good natural light, laminated floors, high-ceilings and a private balcony.

    The studios have a shower room with WC and wash hand basin.

    Each living area has telephone/internet and television aerial sockets as well as a handset to operate the door entry system.

    Additional features and services

    • Lift access to all floors
    • Dedicated accommodation manager and maintenance team
    • Daily cleaning of shared areas
  • Location
  • About the area


    Templar House is a 10 minute walk from South Harrow Tube station on the Piccadilly Line. A rail service operates between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Marylebone with the station being a short walk away. By road this scheme is well placed for access in and out of the capital. The A40 can be reached within 10 minutes which connects to the M40, M25 and M4.

    Local shopping and entertainment

    • Waitrose
    • Close Proximity to St George’s and St Ann’s shopping centre in Harrow
    • Harrow-on-the-Hill with trendy bars and great city views
    • Vue (Warner Brothers) multi-screen cinema
    • The Safari Cinema, where you can watch all the latest Bollywood movies.
  • Eligibility

    Templar House is only available under intermediate rent.

    To be eligible for an intermediate rental home, you must:

    • be working
    • have a gross household income of less than £66,000 per annum to rent a shared apartment, studio, one or two bedroom home
    • have a gross household income of no more than £80,000 per annum to rent a three or more bedroom home
    • be able to afford 80 per cent of the local market rent without assistance, e.g. Housing Benefit.

    For some developments, there may be other criteria such as the Borough you are currently living or working in.  

    Before you rent a home with us, we will ask you to complete a financial assessment.

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