A: 360 Coombe Lane
London SW20 0RJ
T: +44 (0)208 947 1100
OPENING HOURS:Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Estate Agent Robert Holmes & Co has specialised in the sale and letting of residential and commercial property in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas of Coombe, Coombe Hill, Kingston Hill, Putney and Wandsworth since the business was established in Wimbledon Village in 1968.
We aim to be the agent of choice by providing a comprehensive and professional service from our experienced and knowledgeable sales and lettings teams.
Our long establishment in Wimbledon Village gives the company an unrivalled knowledge of residential and commercial properties in the area. In fact, most of our sales and lettings specialist live locally, adding an extra layer of expertise to the tailored service you’ll receive from us.
The service that you offered us was both prompt and courteous, with a very professional attitude. In the same manner as when we bought through you years ago, you have dealt with the sale of our house wonderfully well, making the process very easy.
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Saturdays 9.00am – 5.00pm
You did a fantastic job in securing a buyer so quickly after the collapse of the previous sale. I would highly recommend your service to everyone who is looking to either buy or sell a property.
London is full of hidden gems, and one of them is Kingston Hill. It’s a small corner concealed between Coombe Hill, Kingston, Roehampton and Wimbledon. The area is in close proximity to wide, open spaces, including Richmond Park, with its amazing deer population. Detached homes dominate the area, offering buyers a wide choice of outstanding properties, with large gardens, security, peace and quiet, from £2 to £10 million.
With the A3 motorway just a few minutes away, residents can be in central London or in the countryside in 20 minutes on a good day.
Running from Kingston-upon-Thames town centre to the A3, Kingston Hill contains some of the area’s most desirable properties, particularly the large contemporary and period houses and mansions in a secluded network of private roads that make up the Coombe Estate.
While the average price of a home on Kingston Hill is £617,749 – 20% above the London average of £514,807 – the most desirable homes sell for five or six times that figure.
Kingston has been a town of great significance since Saxon times. It is said that in the 10th century, no fewer than seven Anglo-Saxon kings were crowned there including Athelstan in 925, who after he conquered Northumbria, could rightfully claim to be the first king of all England.
With over 300 stores, a bustling market place as well as a vibrant offer of independent shopping, Kingston is one of the biggest shopping destinations in London.
The Jewel in the Crown
Royal Richmond Park is the biggest area of open land in London. It is a site of special scientific interest and has its own large herd of wild deer that live within its bounds.
Sport is all around you in Kingston Hill. Beyond the two local golf courses, there is lots of world-class sport on your doorstep, as it is just a few miles from the All England Lawn Tennis Club that hosts the Wimbledon championships annually. A short walk or cab ride will take you to the famous gates of the grounds of the All England club, where the championships take place at the end of June into July each year.
The other famous sporting occasion starts in Putney; the Oxford and Cambridge boat race. You can stand toe to toe with the rowers as they take their vessels from the boathouse in Putney to the river, before they row 4 miles to the west at Mortlake.
Also, only five miles away is the famous Twickenham stadium, the home of English rugby, where you can watch all the top international sides play against England. If you are a soccer fan, then Fulham and Chelsea football clubs are less than 6 miles away, too – all an easy taxi ride.
Kingston Transport Links
Rail: Fast trains from Kingston station to Waterloo take 30 minutes, or locals can reach Victoria in 40 minutes via Clapham Junction.
Bus: Kingston has an exceptional bus network, with regular service provided by more than 30 routes. Numbers 65 (to Ealing), 85 (to Putney) and 281 (to Hounslow) take passengers north of the river, while the 406 (to Epsom) and 515 (to Guildford) travel into Surrey.
Road: Just eight miles from the M25, Kingston has excellent road connections. Its main thoroughfare is the busy A3, providing good access into central London.
River: River buses provide an excellent travel alternative on days when A3 traffic is particularly bad. In summer there are peak time services between Kingston and several London stations, including London Bridge and Canary Wharf.
Getting away: Kingston locals can take their pick of London’s main airports. Gatwick is only a 45-minute drive away and the handy X26 bus runs a regular service to Heathrow, taking 35 to 45 minutes.
Nearby villages are the best neighbours
Kingston Hill is close to some lovely towns. It is within driving distance to Barnes village, Kingston, Putney and Richmond, by the River Thames.
Theatres showing the best that London has to offer
There are numerous theatres in the vicinity offering the very best of London shows. Wimbledon theatre is a classical building offering a wide range of west end shows. Richmond has two excellent theatres, one, the fabulous Richmond theatre on the green. Kingston’s Rose theatre by the river is an outstanding new build offering great shows all year round.
The area has 35 primary schools including community schools, academies, foundation schools and voluntary aided schools, so there’s something to suit every family’s requirements. Kingston is home to one of England’s oldest schools, Kingston Grammar School, with a history dating back to 1561. Other good options include Tiffin School for boys, which became an academy in 2011, and Tiffin Girls’ School.
Kingston University is a popular option for further education, and also runs several postgraduate and part-time courses. The university is renowned for its art, design and architecture courses.