Leading residential developer London Square is about to unveil its new collection of 10 magnificent family homes – combining the latest trends in London living with the cachet of an enviable lifestyle in the heart of fashionable Wimbledon village.
Just nine miles from central London, Wimbledon Village has the looks and charm of a smart country village, with boutiques, delicatessens, cafés, riding stables, tennis and golf clubs, two of the country’s leading private schools, and 140 acres of heathland on Wimbledon Common a short walk away, plus excellent road, underground and rail links to central London.
London Square will be launching ten beautifully designed houses on Thursday 24 May with a stunning showhome by award-winning Honky interior design consultancy. The family homes, named after famous London squares, are set behind a gated entrance in mature landscaped grounds, on the corner of Wimbledon’s Ridgway and Edge Hill, close to Wimbledon Village High Street and half a mile away from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Rebecca Littler, sales director of London Square, said: “Wimbledon Village delivers the ethos at the very heart of London Square. We are inspired by traditional squares throughout the Capital and believe in
creating impeccable homes in coveted locations with a sense of community, where people would love to live. We are attracting outstanding levels of interest from potential buyers who have registered to attend the launch, attracted by the combination of space and immaculate interior specification that these houses offer, while blending with the period architecture and the fashionable buzz of Wimbledon Village.”
Prices range from £2.5 million to over £4 million. For more details and a brochure, please contact the London Square Wimbledon Village sales team on 020 8879 0222. To register for your invitation to the launch event, please visit www.londonsquare.co.uk.
Less than two years after its launch, London Square now has eight sites in the capital, a talented, highly experienced team, a bespoke company HQ and a development pipeline worth £335 million, delivering 500+ homes. The distinctive London Square hoardings are also in place in Leonard Street, Shoreditch, with 45 apartments and 19,000 sq ft of commercial space. Also in the pipeline are Upper Richmond Road, Putney, a mix of 68 homes with commercial space, plus sites at Ruislip, Hornsey and Mill Hill. London Square also advised on the acquisition of St John’s Wood Barracks.
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