Property in Wimbledon


Wimbledon is one of London’s largest suburbs, falling under the London Borough of Merton.

Wimbledon has long been popular with property buyers looking to move out of more central areas, either starting a family or wanting to be closer to the countryside. Wimbledon’s major attraction for property buyers is the wide open spaces of Wimbledon Common and nearby Richmond Park and choice of good schools.

Decent transport links with a tube station and several nearby train stations make the area even more appealing for the families.

  • Good schools
  • Wide open spaces of Wimbledon and Richmond Parks nearby
  • Good transport links

Property Available in Wimbledon


Property in Wimbledon has a diverse and glorious mix ranging from detached eight-bedroom houses nearby the common, modern purpose built apartments, stucco fronted Georgian terraces and even the odd Victorian Cottage.
Prices in Wimbledon differ dramatically depending on which section of the area you are looking in. Traditionally south Wimbledon has been the cheapest part to buy, however, in recent years areas in this part of Wimbledon has risen dramatically, in some cases rivalling values much closer to the centre of Wimbledon. The village and areas close to the common still fetch the highest prices, with some recent houses achieving in excess of £12m (2010).

Price wise, the property market in Wimbledon has remained steady in recent years and was not affected by the recession as heavily as other nearby areas. Because of its appeal to a wide range of buyers, Wimbledon will always be a good long term investment for property buyers.

  • Superb array of property styles
  • Property to suit differing budgets
  • Steady property market

Property Search Agents in Wimbledon


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