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Where town meets country, the leafy green spaces of SW19 attract influential, wealthy professionals and families looking for spacious homes, whilst enjoying the cultural benefits of London on their doorstep. 

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Wimbledon Village
attracts some of the highest earners in the country who enjoy fine dining, designer shops and leisurely open green space.
Wimbledon Town Centre
is home to affluent, sophisticated and professional ABC1 residents who enjoy the culture Wimbledon offers
Wimbledon Park
is a neighbourly area offering suburban dwelling for affluent families and a friendly street of shops and restaurants.
Raynes Park
is a highly desirable neighbourhood for growing families with large houses and gardens and excellent schools.

The area of Wimbledon, SW19

Wimbledon is one of the most well-known places around the world, thanks to one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments that takes place here. SW19 has so much more to offer besides just tennis though and is an optimal choice if you want to be close to the city, yet still have a breather from it. With excellent private schools and a wonderful and impressive sense of community, Wimbledon presents a haven of open green spaces and plenty of cultural activities for families. The Wimbledon area is home to affluent, professional residents, appealing to wealthy families in search for top schools and attractive properties. It has an array of period housing accommodation built in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, offering mansions, townhouses, terraces, apartments, and cottages.

An excellent way to escape city-life is through Wimbledon’s broad selection of neighbourhood parks. With so much greenery to enjoy, there is plenty of scope for activities such as cycling, walking your four legged friend, golfing, and is a great place for kids to be, well, kids. Wimbledon Common, made famous by the wombles, is one of the most popular parks here and gives Wimbledon Village the feel of where town meets country. However, there are other parks here worth mentioning. Wimbledon Park presents a large pocket of greenery and is deemed one of the largest in Merton. It features a lake, an athletic track, tennis courts and play areas, and adventure golf. If you’re in search of some water, the beloved River Wandle stretches for nine miles through Morden and Earlsfield before connecting to the Thames at Wandsworth. The river passes through many of Wimbledon’s parks and for much of its length, has a walking path for visitors. South Park Gardens is a paradise that offers trails leading to spectacular shrubberies, flowerbeds, and ponds. The Garden Pavilion there offers pilates, yoga, art classes, reading groups, and the most unique one, calligraphy.

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The Wimbledon area also provides excellent transportation with residents having access to trams, trains, tubes (District Line and Northern Line), and buses linking into the city or out of London. If you prefer travel via car, the area offers access to A3 and A4. Wherever you’re heading, Wimbledon will be sure to have a transportation route that is perfect for you. The area also has great accommodation with custom built mansions and penthouses, or even townhouses, terraces, apartments, and cottages. The area is a safe place to live, and your lovely abode will be sure to hold its value and increase with demand. Since the Wimbledon tennis tournament reels in many sports stars and other celebrities with high-end spectators, local residents have the opportunity to rent out their housing.

If you’re looking for a dose of culture or to expand your palate, there are several excellent festivals and restaurants that will reel you in. The Wimbledon Bookfest is a not for profit charity that promotes the arts, culture, and education. The bookfest consists of over 50 talks, readings, and workshops at Wimbledon Common for 10 days, where the festival attracts an audience of 20,000. Then there’s the inspirational Wimbledon International Music Festival. Their mission: to bring the culture to you. The festival brings in some of the finest artists in the world right to your doorstep in Wimbledon and South London. For 16 days, you can dive into a new experience and immerse yourself in the melody from some of the best artists. If you’re on the hunt to see some fine art, the Wimbledon Art Fair has what you’re looking for. The art fair lasts for 4 days and provides a unique opportunity to explore and discover artwork from London’s top artists. From photography to fashion, and painting to ceramics, come face-to-face with magnificent artwork and culture.


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Wimbledon Town Centre has a plethora of restaurants that allow residents to eat their way around the world without leaving town. Near South Wimbledon lies Aya, a Lebanon restaurant. Next, there are diners such as Diba (Iran), Confucius (China), Sticks ’n’ Sushi (Japan), Mai Thai (Thailand), Roxie (South Africa), Maison St Cassien and The White Onion (France), The Adego (Spain) and Al Forno (Italian). Then if you want to get a taste of America, head on over to Waffle Jacks, or if you fancy some Mexican cuisine or food from Argentina, you can head over to Wahaca (Mexico) and Changos Empanadas (Argentina). Wimbledon presents extravagant bars that will exceed your expectations and will guarantee a good time. A classic pub is Hand in Hand, dating back to 1835. They offer a fine selection of beer and food, and is a traditional countryside pub with an outside terrace garden. Other lively and authentic neighbourhood pubs include the Alexandra and the Old Frizzle.

If you’re looking for a smaller, yet independent restaurant that is home to Wimbledon Village, there are a few: Black Radish, Cent Anni, Megan’s, The Ivy, Côte Bistro, and Black Sheep. Black Radish offers a contemporary dining experience, proudly serving seasonal and rotating dishes based on what is being served at the markets. Black Radish is a great way to try something new since it offers something that not too many other restaurants do. This passionate neighbourhood restaurant shows respect to each ingredient and carefully crafts each dish to give you a burst of flavour. If you desire more of a wider menu, Cent Anni has what you’re looking for. It’s a modern Italian restaurant that includes classic starters, mains, desserts, and of course, cocktails and wines. They even have a special menu just for the kids. Megan’s in the Village menu presents diverse cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean. They have so much food on the menu you might have a hard time picking! But worry not, no matter what you choose, we promise you won’t be disappointed. The Ivy Café provides elegant food all day long in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Their menu has it all: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and afternoon tea. Vegan and vegetarian menus are also available upon request. With a mouth-watering spread, Côte Bistro has something that will appeal to everyone. Offering an exquisite meal and a grandeur experience, Côte Bistro brings France to London, serving meat and fish, sides and sauces, and desserts. In the heart of Wimbledon Village lies The Black Sheep. Here, they only use ingredients that are locally foraged and grown to showcase the best of British produce. They serve a range of award-winning English wines, and food that will satisfy your hunger.

Raynes Park, a local neighbourhood, is a residential suburb where locals can treat themselves to a wealth of cuisines. There’s authentic Mediterranean food at Lime and Thyme and an adorable coffee shop, Three Apes. In Raynes Park you can always spot a pocket of green space, and in other neighbourhoods in Wimbledon, such as Leopold Road, Southfields, Merton Abbey Mills, they offer the same spaces of greenery and shopping.

High net worth residents enjoy the leisurely green spaces of SW London, the wealth of culture and the many things to do in Wimbledon, walks to enjoy, places to eat and drink, shop and great schools on the doorstep.

Wimbledon is a stunning, sophisticated place that would make an excellent choice to settle down in. With a variety of options, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for.

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