SW19 is not only home to the world famous lawn tennis championships but Wimbledon is a charming town with an almost rural, laid back, upmarket village type lifestyle. Wimbledon's green open spaces, vast recreational facilities, modern, swanky restaurants, bistros and pubs, along with its proximity to Central London, makes it a highly desirable London suburban destination in which to live. Wimbledon has excellent connections into London with overland rail and tube services.Wimbledon also boasts one of London’s lowest crime rates.
Wimbledon is represented by Merton Council. Wimbledon offers a vast selection of properties, from Victorian and Edwardian houses to contemporary and luxury apartments.
Some beautiful rustic homes date back to the the nineteenth century. Being one of London most well heeled suburbs, houses and apartments in Wimbledon attract significant demand. Large houses in the Wimbledon Village and Wimbledon Park areas are generally most sought-after. Wimbledon Village, with its Georgian style high street dotted with delightful cafes, chic boutiques and gastro pubs is a highly desirable residential area in SW19. Wimbledon Common the largest common in London, offers an unprecedented 1,140 acres of open space which includes woods, ponds, lawns, running and riding tracks and a couple of golf courses. Wimbledon Town has two department stores, a shopping centre, and the high street between Town and Village is lined with modern restaurants, art galleries, bars, gastro pubs, cafe's and boutique shops with The Museum and Wimbledon Theatre to add even more flavour to this most gorgeous and charming suburb of London.
Property prices for sale in SW19 average for;
One Bedroom at £250,000
Two Bedroom at £400,000
Three/Four bedroom at £725,000
Five bedroom at £1,300,000/
Property prices for rent in Wimbledon average for;
One bedroom at £275.00 Per Week
Two bedroom at £360.00 Per Week
Three Bedroom at £485 Per Week
Four/Five Bedrooms at £850 Per Week