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
Estate Agent Robert Holmes & Co has been based in Wimbledon Village since 1968 and specialises in the sale and letting of residential and commercial property in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas of Coombe, Kingston Hill, Putney and Wandsworth.
We aim to be the agent of choice by providing a comprehensive and professional service from our experienced and knowledgeable sales and lettings teams. In fact, we have an unrivalled knowledge of residential and commercial properties in Wimbledon Village.
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
A very professional and Knowledgeable team. They make you feel they genuinely care about the business and our house. Always return calls promptly and efficiently and would chase up on your behalf. I can’t recommend them enough for either the sale of your house or the purchase of one.
London is full of hidden gems, and Wimbledon Village is one of them. It sits on a hill, with Wimbledon Common at its centre with a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere. The high street is full of fashion boutiques, international restaurants and quiet bistros, along with stables that bring a calmness as horses trot by.
Why we all love The Village
Wimbledon Village is known for its wide range of large, detached houses with lots of garden space. As each detached house sits on its own plot, most properties are of unique architectural merit, in secure grounds. Whatever you buy in Wimbledon Village, it is likely that it will be original. High quality detached properties in the village are available along with luxury apartments and town houses, both classic and modern.
Wimbledon Village is just a few miles from central London and is easy to get to by both car and train. Down the hill from the village is Wimbledon station, that has fast, frequent trains that take just 15 minutes to get to central London. There is also the District line Tube to west and central London.
Wimbledon Common is the best feature of the village. It has over 1140 acres and is one of the largest green spaces in London, with a historic windmill, that sits at the top of the hill on the common.
Great shopping options
SW19 has a thriving shopping scene, from independent shops in Wimbledon Village to well-loved fashion chains in Wimbledon Broadway and Centre Court.
From the fine dining on offer at Canizaro House to the simple, classic dishes on the menu at contemporary French restaurant-cum-boulangerie and patisserie Aubaine, Wimbledon Village is becoming known for its range of culinary options.
Check out our list of local restaurants in Wimbledon Village
Local transport links
It is easy to forget that Wimbledon Village is just seven miles from central London. Not only that, the journey to Waterloo Station can be completed in less than 20 minutes by train. Alternatively, the London Underground District Line offers a direct connection to Putney, Earl’s Court and beyond.
What’s in the area
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 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.
Wide choice of Independent Schools
There is a wide variety of independent schools in and around Wimbledon, offering 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
Historic schools in London, with classic architecture and beautiful grounds, in the heart of Wimbledon village.
Putney High School
An excellent, independent girls’ school for 3 to 18-year olds.
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 smaller school for girls.