Cymberline Court consists of 30 one-bedroom retirement flats with communal facilities completed in 1991.
Facilities include a visiting manager and alarm service, lift, residents' lounge, communal laundry, guest facilities and garden.
Harrow is mentioned as Herges in Domesday and probably derived its name from 'heathen shrine or temple'. The original settlement developed on a hill and was the site of pagan worship before the Saxons arrived. Today St Marys Church marks the spot. The towns position makes it a focal point for the area but its expansion did not really begin until the 19th century when it became even more of a fashionable area to live. Harrow stations are all on the Metropolitan lines and Harrow and Wealdstone is on the Bakerloo line.
Harrow is surrounded by country parks and there is a good range of leisure facilities in the vicinity. The famous public school was founded in the 16th century and is where Winston Churchill went to school. A frequent bus service stopping just outside Brandreth Court gives access to the centre of Harrow with its shops and amenities and the surrounding district.