Robert Holmes is proud to announce Montem Square Development, a selection of seven new elegant homes close to Wimbledon Village.

These new-build, architect-designed family houses will occupy a large corner plot in our leafy district of south-west London.

Montem-SquareSet within landscaped gardens, each house will include:

  • Five to six bedrooms and five shower/ bathrooms
  • Inclusive of a master bedroom suite
  • Dressing room
  • Multiplex cinema/family room with a bar and entertainment space
  • A separate gymnasium

The homes will be spacious and light, equipped with all the modern features and conveniences you would expect. Cutting edge technology is used throughout the house: an underfloor central heating system maintains a pleasant temperature, while the multi-point locking system on all doors and windows allows for maximum security.

Luxury living is considered everywhere, from the fitted carpet in the bedrooms to the sophisticated bathroom/shower room suites. The interior features and finishes are of superb quality, blending the best of traditional and contemporary design. However, personalised interior design furniture packages are available on request.

The materials used in the construction of these homes will complement the neighbouring architecture, rooting them in the local landscape. Each house comes with a 10-year premier building guarantee.

The Montem Square Development is designed by Shard Architecture and interior design consultants, Lambart & Browne and has been overseen by development and investment facilitator, Coronado. Coronado’s development portfolio includes a collection of high-end contemporary apartments on Marylebone’s One Molyneux Street, and Bolingbroke Terrace, a selection of stylish houses and apartments in the heart of Battersea.

Inside the Montem Square Development


“We are…exclusive estate agents for these magnificently designed homes built by Coronado, who are making their first mark of luxury homes in Wimbledon, close to the Common, by providing comfortable accommodation and incorporating quality in abundance, with more than a dash of traditional style. It is a house that can provide you with a whole new lifestyle”.

Nicolas Holmes, Director
Robert Holmes

London frequently ranks as one of the world’s leading global cities. A major investment destination, the city is a pre-eminent force across multiple areas of industry, including the arts, commerce, finance, healthcare, education, transportation, and research and development.

On a smaller scale, Wimbledon Village exerts its own influence, enjoying a long-standing, enviable reputation as a ‘safe haven’. This part of London exists in its own bubble with a town meets country atmosphere. Residents boast a good quality of life, benefiting from the parks, green open spaces, and proximity to multiple tube and rail stations, providing fast links into central London and beyond.

Inside the Montem Square Development
Inside the Montem Square Development


Wimbledon Village has a charm all its own. The diversity of culture, speciality shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, independent businesses and recreational facilities, in addition to its many high-performing schools, marks Wimbledon Village out as a prized location, ripe for investment and ready to be lived in.

“We’ve long aspired to build homes in the village area and we’re thrilled to have had the opportunity.
The design is relevant, sustainable and contextual, reflecting the proportion, character and materiality of the area, and we’re delighted with the result.”

A spokesperson

If you want to find out more about this exciting new development, please contact Nicolas at Robert Holmes on 02087 124 059 for further information.

About the author

Nicolas Holmes

Nick joined Robert Holmes to inject fresh ideas and help grow the New Homes department of Robert Holmes as well as helping to inject technology into the business and to grow its client base. Together with one of the Directors Nick is in charge of all Development opportunities that Robert Holmes deals with along with sales. Aged 40, he provides succession together with the two existing directors. Nick has always been focused on building client relationships and sales. He built up his own gallery in Chelsea, where he had a loyal following of customers and artists.

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