A: Willow House, 35 High Street
Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5BY
T: +44 (0)20 8947 9833
OPENING HOURS:Monday to Friday 9.00am – 6.30pm
Robert Holmes is an independent London estate agent, with an unrivalled reputation for selling and letting homes in the Wimbledon area. We opened our first branch in Wimbledon Village in 1968, and since then have specialised in prestigious residential property across Wimbledon Park, Wimbledon Village, Coombe, Raynes Park, Kingston Hill and other areas of south west London.
If you’re looking to sell your property in Wimbledon Park, trust our dedicated team to manage the whole selling process and find you the perfect buyer. As an established local estate agent, we already have many buyers, currently looking in the area.
Most of us live in Wimbledon, giving us the edge when it comes to local knowledge and the level of personal service you’ll receive is second to none.
Wimbledon Park is a superb location for a family home, with stunning period properties in tree-lined streets, outstanding schools and good transport connections. If you’re looking in the area, Robert Holmes & Company would love to help you find the perfect property.
Contact our Wimbledon Village office to find out about our range of properties in the Wimbledon Park area.
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
All the staff at Robert Holmes & Co were very helpful and polite with nothing being too much trouble for them in terms of the help we needed. The weekly progress updates during the sales process were extremely helpful- a very impressive service and team
Wimbledon is famous, mainly because of the popular global sporting event that takes place every year here – The Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club. If you want to live on the doorsteps of the All England Club, then Wimbledon Park will be the place for you. With plenty of detached houses as well as large terraced properties in The Grid area, buyers have a wide range from £1 million plus to choose from. The real benefit of the Wimbledon Park district is that the high quality homes offer outstanding value compared to other areas in close proximity.
Opposite the All England Club is Wimbledon Park itself, designed and created by Capability Brown, the landscape architect, known as England’s greatest gardener. The centrepiece of the park is the boating lake, with an abundance of birds that visit, from cormorants, herons and colourful Egyptian geese. The park has lots of tennis courts and other activities, too.
This attractive district of Wimbledon has plenty of appeal, from the large park, which gives the area its name to the leafy streets of Edwardian and Victorian properties. You’ll find cute parades of shops and easy access to Wimbledon town centre and beyond – plus, if you like tennis, you’re handy for the All England Club too.
The park itself was first laid out in the 18th century by master landscape designer Capability Brown. Today there’s a large boating lake, children’s playground with superb water play facilities, a café and much more. Sports facilities include tennis courts and a watersports centre for sailing and kayaking on the lake. The urban oasis of Wimbledon Common isn’t far away either.
You’ll find a growing selection of independent cafes and restaurants on Arthur Road and Leopold Road, as well as galleries, delis, homeware shops and boutiques. There’s also a well-established farmers market in Wimbledon Park Primary school’s grounds every Saturday. For larger purchases, Wimbledon town centre is close-by with Centre Court shopping centre and a range of high street names.
Nearby towns and villages
Wimbledon Park is close to some lovely places to visit. It is within driving distance to Balham, Kingston, Battersea, Putney and Richmond. There are great shopping areas in Wimbledon town centre, Northcote Road in Clapham, as well as walks wherever you go, on the commons, parks or along the River Thames.
Theatres showing the best that London has to offer
The classic Wimbledon theatre offers the very best of London shows and there is also probably the best children’s theatre in London, based in Wimbledon, the Polka Theatre.
Wimbledon has many shops on its high street as well as the Centre Court shopping centre – including Holland & Barratt, H&M and Toni & Guy – plus Ely’s town centre department store, which has been open since 1876.
The town also has a wide range of pubs, bars and restaurants, but many residents head up the hill to Wimbledon Village, which is characterised by independent boutique-style shops and high-end restaurants.
World-class sport is all around you in Wimbledon, including two of the biggest global sporting events to enjoy. The All England Lawn Tennis Club 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 4 miles away, too – all an easy taxi ride.
Local sporting membership clubs in London
Wimbledon Park is famous for The Wimbledon Club, which plays the highest standard in national hockey, great tennis facilities, a gym and a perfect cricket ground. The hockey team play in the national premier league and have a number of international players.
Local Transport Links
Travelling to central London from Wimbledon Park is easy on public transport. The District line Tube will take you to Victoria in about 27 minutes. Wimbledon mainline station is just a 3 minute Tube journey away, with its fast, frequent trains that take just 15 minutes to get to central London.
Wimbledon Park is on the District Line for an easy commute to west or central London. It’s also one-stop from Wimbledon town centre, where there’s a train into Waterloo every three minutes at peak times.
If you are looking at schools, Wimbledon Park and Bishop Gilpin primaries are both outstanding, as is Ricards Lodge High School for girls. Wimbledon Park is also close to top independents including Wimbledon High School and Kings College.
Wide choice of Independent Schools
There is a wide variety of independent schools offering you English-style world-class education. We have listed below a few of the very best schools, and there are many more to choose from locally.
King’s College School
A historic school with classic architecture and beautiful grounds in the heart of Wimbledon village.
Hall School Wimbledon
A wonderful school for boys and girls from around the world.
Wimbledon High School for Girls
A high attaining girls’ school in the heart of Wimbledon.
Situated on Wimbledon Common, it is a small school for girls.