|ADDRESS:||360 Coombe Lane
|ADDRESS:||360 Coombe Lane
|TELEPHONE:||+44 (0)208 947 1100|
|OPENING HOURS:||Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Saturdays 9.00am – 5.00pm
We opened our first branch in Wimbledon Village in 1968, and have since specialised in prestigious residential property across SW20 and SW19. With a second residential property branch in Coombe, down the road from Raynes Park train station, we also have an impressive portfolio of homes in the surrounding areas such as Coombe, West Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and Ham Common and across south west London.
If you’re looking to sell in Raynes Park, our dedicated team, with extensive local knowledge, will market your property effectively – including to our many registered buyers, currently looking in the Raynes Park area.
Raynes Park is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a family home with good facilities and great transport connections. Close to Wimbledon Village, and its town-meets-country feel, Raynes Park is more affordable and offers some beautiful homes with plenty of space.
If you’re looking for property to buy in the Raynes Park area, contact Robert Holmes & Company today. We are an independent London estate agent, with offices in Coombe and Wimbledon Village – and we’d love to help you find the property that’s perfect for you.
Raynes Park grew up around the railway in the late 19th century. Housing was built at a leisurely pace, and properties have a feeling of space. You’ll find pleasant Victorian and Edwardian terraces as well as 1930s semis and a fine selection of detached homes up the hill towards Wimbledon Village.
The area is on the main South West Trains route to London Waterloo with trains every three minutes during peak times and the journey takes 23 minutes. Raynes Park’s location, just minutes from the A3, means getting out of London by car is pretty easy too.
There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants – Raynes Park has been named the UK’s best high street. You’ll find cuisines including Turkish, Italian, Spanish and Japanese as well chain cafes. For shopping, there’s a Waitrose and a Sainsbury’s Local plus some lovely gift and interiors shops for browsing.
Raynes Park is within easy reach of Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park, for enjoying the great outdoors. And nearby David Lloyd health club offers enviable facilities, including gym, swimming pools, spa and racquet sports.
One thing people love about Raynes Park is its strong sense of community – there’s always something going on at the Lantern Arts Centre and the local library – the area even has its own My Raynes Park festival each summer.
For primary schools Hollymount and St Matthews CofE are rated good by Ofsted. The area is also close to top independents including Kings College, Wimbledon High School and Wimbledon’s range of prep school options.
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