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01895 627 300
01895 627 300
Wimbledon is indeed unusual. It has the picturesque appearance of a rural village, nestled on the outskirts of 460 hectares (1140 acres) of magnificent heath land, all within 9 miles of central London.
The bustling village centre is filled with colourful boutiques, delicatessens, cafés and individual grocery stores. Horse riders from the nearby stables are often seen riding through the High Street, the sounds of the hooves resonating from the walls and roofs of period architecture. Sounds that have been familiar to Wimbledon’s residents for countless generations.
In addition to a large selection of local amenities, The Village contains some of the highest rated schools in the country, including the internationally acclaimed Kings College School and the highly rated Wimbledon High School.
To the north of The Village is the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. Wimbledon town centre is less than a mile to the south east of The Village. This dynamic shopping area is home to both well known and independent retail stores. You will find the Centre Court Shopping Centre, the acclaimed New Wimbledon Theatre, The Piazza, cinemas, health clubs, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs as well as a collection of historic places of interest.
Caroline - Member of West Side Tennis Club (300m from development)
‘As a family we have a great life here. My daughters play tennis here at West Side Tennis Club, my husband either cycles or walks to the station, as the mood takes. We hardly need to use the car as all the shops and facilities are on the doorstep.’
Charlotte - Co-owner of The Village Florist
‘I love Wimbledon’s ‘village feel’ - it’s a real community. We’re surrounded by beauty every day, making it a very special place to work.’
Isabel - Director of Sales and Marketing at Cannizaro House
‘Wimbledon has a real sense of community, and my job is to ensure that Cannizaro House is a place where locals visit, not only for special occasions, but also somewhere they can come for a Mojito on the terrace or perhaps a bite to eat in the restaurant.’