Wimbledon Area Guide
Wimbledon is home to some great transport links, as well as fantastic shopping and schools which all help to attract a wealth of diverse people to the area, ranging from affluent families to young professionals. Wimbledon is considered by many to be a suburban cultural hotspot. With many theatres and comedy clubs dotting the more built up parts of the area. It is also home to one of London’s only true villages, which, as you would expect is, in turn, home to many cafés, bars, gastro pubs and trendy restaurants. This is all wrapped up in the county-esque charm which pervades the majority of Wimbledon.
Wimbledon Common is home to 1200 acres of wide, open, clean space for the family to explore. Indulge in a spot of cycling or fishing or take a load of with a leisurely stroll.
Whilst Wimbledon may seem like somewhere far removed from the hectic nature of central London, it is worth bearing in mind that is very well connected to other more built up parts of London. With tubes, trams, trains, busses and the A3, you are never far from where you need to get to. Schools in Wimbledon are also partly responsible for its recent surge in new residents. Offering primary, secondary and private schools in abundance, its educational facilities are among the best and most sought after in London.
Wimbledon is a shopper’s paradise. It offers three man shopping areas (Wimbledon Village, Wimbledon High Street, Centre Court Shopping Centre), as well as a range of department stores, chic stores and charity stores.
Wimbledon is easily one of the more unique, affluent and gentrified areas of London, which makes it an obvious choice of residence for families and young couples alike.