Moving to Wimbledon?
Updated: Feb 25
"Wimbledon’s popularity comes down to ‘the fact that it has incredibly good schools, most of them are rated outstanding be it public or state schools, combined with really good outdoor lifestyle and sports facilities, with everything from golf and riding, to tennis and rugby." The Resident
"Wimbledon's village charm coupled with excellent transport links to central London and plentiful recreational facilities contributes to the area's unyielding popularity with professionals, families and those seeking a quieter pace of life (while still dipping their toes in everything a metropolis has to offer.)
Home to independent owned stores and famous high street names, shopping is a delight in Wimbledon."
"Wimbledon is split between two main hubs - Wimbledon Village and the town. The former is built up from the medieval village where the High Street is today, while the latter emerged with the arrival of the railway in 1838, bringing Victorian commuters with it.
The prettiest, and most expensive, large Victorian homes are found in the village, with streets of Twenties and Thirties development down the hill towards Wimbledon Park and in West Wimbledon." Homes_and_property