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Friday, 15 December 2017


Located at the southern end of the District  Line as well as the Mainline to Waterloo (approx 15 minutes), Wimbledon must be one of the most desireable outlying suburbs of South West London with its excellent rail and road links. It was not until the mid 1800’s that Wimbledon began to expand from being a village to a town with the advent of the railway line.

Largely famous for the Tennis Championships at the All England Club, the Village comes alive during Wimbledon fortnight, bringing in many spectators who help to fill the popular bars, restaurants and boutiques.

The open spaces of the Common provide many recreational and sporting facilities such as Royal Wimbledon, Wimbledon Common and London Scottish golf clubs, horse riding with two stables in the Village, and walking.

The housing stock in the Village is more varied and expensive than the town, and surrounds the Village and Common.

The town centre is dominated by the station and the Centre Court shopping centre with its excellent selection of well known household names. There are several top brand supermarkets, a host of restaurants, two health clubs, Wimbledon Theatre, the Polka Childrens Theatre and a modern cinema complex.

The housing in the town centre is mostly Victorian/Edwardian terraces mixed with several modern blocks of flats which have been constructed in recent years.

There is an excellent choice of private and state schools catering for all ages, as well as English Language schools and the well known Norwegian School located on Arterberry Road.


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Suite D, 333 Kingston Road, Wimbledon, London SW20 8JX