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44 Wimbledon Hill Road
Wimbledon
London
SW19 7PA

Why move to Wimbledon

Aside from the International Tennis tournament , Wimbledon is well known for its many green spaces and excellent schools, provides large homes with gardens while staying within 30- minute commute of the City, which makes it a real paradise for families.

A little bit of history
Wimbledon is divided between two main hubs - Wimbledon Village and the more modern town. Wimbledon village was built on the vestiges of the medieval village, the High Street is a legacy from this period. Wimbledon town emerged with the arrival of the railway in 1838 which accelerated its rapid and more urban development. Due to this duality, Wimbledon offers a wide choice of property types: large family houses from the 1950s, newly built houses with spacious gardens, small cottages with two bedrooms; to sum it up, there is something for everyone.

Need to know
Most high - priced homes are on wide roads around Wimbledon Village and the southern end of the Common, including Parkside where the Pope has an official residence. More affordable and sought-after homes can be found at the end of The Broadway in South Wimbledon where "the Battles" are – five roads named after the Battle of Trafalgar.

Shopping
From luxury designer fashion labels to chic cafés, Wimbledon offers top shopping opportunities and eateries in leafy South West London. Beside hosting one of the world’s most famous sporting events, Wimbledon has a wealth of other attractions. Cultural activities can be found at New Wimbledon Theatre and Odeon. There is also a local children's theatre. For private or group riding lessons visit the award-winning Wimbledon Village Stables. The Broadway area has a good selection of pubs, bars and clubs. If relaxing on Wimbledon Common, The Crooked Billet and The Hand In Hand are great pubs for a drink or Sunday lunch.

Transport

By Train:

Wimbledon is exceptionally well connected to Central London. Trains to Waterloo take about 17 minutes.

By Tube & Tram:

Wimbledon is on the District Line (Wimbledon and Wimbledon Park), the Northern Line (South Wimbledon) and Tram link to Croydon.

Merton Council revised its plan for the development of Wimbledon – a master plan that includes the anticipated arrival of Crossrail 2.

By Road:

The A3 is five minutes' drive away and Gatwick airport is easily reached for weekly international commuters. 

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