Wimbledon is a village on London’s doorstep.
There’s a strong sense of community here.
The residents include young professionals
and families who want to live in a relaxed
neighbourhood but value being to close to
the city. The pace of life is slower than central London, which is only 15 minutes away by train.
There are outstanding schools and some fantastic outside spaces. Wimbledon Common is 460 hectares of woodland and heathland. It’s a walking and Wombling paradise. In Wimbledon you can be sure your evenings and weekends will be fun too; whether you want to enjoy world-class theatre, fine dining, high-end fashion or just good honest pub grub. Wimbledon is a wonderful place to live.
Lawn Tennis Club
A variety of captivating behind-the-scenes tours are available, which include many of the most important, and some normally out-of-bounds, parts of the grounds.
An award-winning and much-loved children’s theatre for puppet shows and other wonderment. There is a cafe and a playground too.
Wat Buddhapadipa Temple
The first Thai Buddhist temple in London is a beautiful and serene place. It’s a delight to explore and hosts a festival in summer.