Six reasons to live in Spectrum

February 20th, 2017 in Find a Home blog

The living room of an apartment

A one bedroom contemporary apartment providing comfort and modern living, but that's not all.

  1. Did you know that one fifth of Harrow is open spaces and parkland? With two expansive parks within a three minute walk of your home, and five miles to Ruislip nature reserve - the biggest single area of woodland in Greater London - living in Spectrum places you in an area with a greenbelt the equivalent of eight Hyde Parks.

    Not forgetting the 60-acre lake at Ruislip Lido, with its sandy beaches and famous narrow gauge railway.

    Ruislip lido

  2. Spectrum is ten minutes away from a bustling high street chock full of independent restaurants and takeaways. It’s also thirty minutes away from St Ann’s Shopping Centre – home to over 40 high street names as well as a food court and a Vue cinema - and it would take you under an hour to reach Oxford Street or Covent Garden or the edgy Camden Town. Shopping and culture and food, oh my!

    covent garden

  3. Imagine being spoiled for choice when it comes to schools rated outstanding by OFSTED. Newton Farm and Heathland primary schools, and Whitmore High School and Rooks Heath College all within 1.2 miles. 

    Oftsed

  4. And let’s talk about Spectrum itself. Featuring contemporary-style designed kitchens with quality appliances, a chilled-out living space, a bright, fresh bathroom and light and airy bedrooms, top of the range integrated appliances and allocated parking. Need we say more?

  5. spectrum bedroom 

  6. Let’s talk about Home Group, too, an organisation whose vision is to provide high-quality homes in communities where people want to live. Home Group understand that your new home is about more than just bricks and mortar and have the knowledge, reliability and experience to support you when you are buying.

  7. Home Group colleague with a customer

  8. And don’t forget the dedicated staff on hand to answer your questions every step of the way who understand that buying a home is probably the biggest investment you’ll ever make. If you chose Spectrum over a one bedroom apartment in the nearest new-build development you would have enough money left over to buy 4,152 cups of tea from Starbucks. (That’s £12,000, to be exact.)

    spectrum living room

Why would you want to live in Spectrum?

Find out for yourself.