Mount House Apartments, Harrow

Property Overview

  • Sold No
  • Contract Rent
  • LocationHarrow


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 with roof terraces.
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.

Apartment Features


Full electric oven, hob and extractor fan
Fridge freezer
Kettle and toaster
Washer dryer


Plates and bowls
Glasses and mugs
Pots and pans
Kitchen utensils
Measuring jug
Fruit, salad and mixing bowls
Knife block
Tea towel and oven glove
Heat mats
Dish drainer


Additional items:
Laundry baskets
Iron and ironing board
Clothes horse
Hair dryer
Vacuum cleaner


All our apartments are fully furnished with:

Dining and seating area:
Table and chairs
Lounge table and side table
Smart TV

Double beds
Bedside cabinets
Fitted wardrobes with hangers


Desk and chairs are optional on request

Parking space can be arranged for additional cost. Height restriction 2.3 meters

Step free lift from car park to all levels

The apartment will be cleaned once a week by a professional housekeeper. The apartment will be given a
full maid service, which includes a change of all linen and towels