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Living in Wimbledon

Located in the south west of Greater London, Wimbledon’s residential area is split into two sections, known as the “village” and the “town”. The High Street forms part of the original medieval village, set amongst handsome period buildings and providing a good selection of bistros, restaurants and pubs, catering for all tastes and budgets. Wimbledon's attraction remains its combination of convenient access to central London with the benefit of plentiful recreational facilities, including golf at The Royal Wimbledon Golf Club and horse riding at the Wimbledon Village Stables, the oldest recorded riding stables in England.

Full of both independent owned stores and famous high street names, shopping is a delight in Wimbledon. The area has much to offer including health clubs, nightclubs, cinemas and theatres. The New Wimbledon Theatre on the Broadway is popular throughout London and brings in a large number of West End productions. Of course Wimbledon SW19 is home to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and famously known as the place that hosts the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament.

Wimbledon Common is one of the largest areas of common land in London and a great place to take a picnic. This leafy area of London has a relaxed atmosphere, excellent amenities, good transport links into the city and a great selection of top-end private and state schools, resulting in a very popular area for families.

Places of interest

  • All England Lawn & Tennis Club
  • Cannizaro House
  • Wimbledon Common
  • Wimbledon Windmill Museum
  • Wimbledon Village Stables
  • Wimbledon Stadium
  • Deen City Farm
  • Buddhapadipa Temple
  • Wimbledon Museum of Local History

Local authorities

  • London Borough of Merton Civic Centre
    London Road
    SM4 5DX
    020 8274 4901
  • London Borough of Wandsworth
    The Town Hall
    Wandsworth High Street
    SW18 2PU
    020 8871 6000

Taxi/chauffeur/ luxury car hire services

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Luxury Car Hire & London Chauffeur services
20 Hanover Square
0207 993 5848

Property available in Wimbledon

Whether you are looking for a modernised Victorian or Edwardian family house, period property or a striking modern apartment, Knight Frank can find the property that's right for you.


Wimbledon is thought to have been inhabited since at least the Iron Age when a hill fort was constructed on Wimbledon Common. The original centre was close to the common at the top of the hill, known locally as “the village” and was part of the manor of Mortlake at the time when the Domesday book was compiled in 1807. The manor was held by the church until 1398 when Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury, fell out of favour with Richard II and was exiled. The manor was confiscated and became crown property.

Wimbledon came to prominence in the sixteenth century when Sir Thomas Cecil, first Earl of Exeter, settled here after being granted land by Elizabeth I. Known as the 'Maker of Wimbledon,' Cecil improved the road to London and built Wimbledon Manor House, where the monarchy later stayed as guests.

The Village developed from this time and prominent merchants, such as Robert Bell of the East India Company, established a trend by moving here and commuting on horseback to the City. Important families such as the Churchills and the Spencers quickly followed suit, and Wimbledon became established as a fashionable location for the well-to-do and the influential.

Getting to Wimbledon


  • Good access to Surrey and the South coast via A3 / A4 and easy links to the M25


  • Wimbledon to Waterloo in 17mins, trains run every 3-4mins
  • Wimbledon
  • Wimbledon Chase
  • Haydons Road
  • Raynes Park


  • Wimbledon (District line) Zone 3
  • Wimbledon Park (District line) Zone 3
  • Wimbledon South (Northern line) Zone 3
  • Southfields (District line) Zone 3


  • Good access to all London Airports including, Gatwick, Heathrow and City


Wimbledon benefits from some of the best schools in London, with the 2011 Government performance tables showing that King’s College School, Wimbledon High School and Tiffin Girls School all achieved 100% of pupils gaining five or more A*-C grade GCSEs.

Day Nurseries

  • The Eveline Day Nursery School
    The Old Church Hall
    89a Quicks Road
    SW19 1EX
    020 8545 0699
  • Playdays Day Nursery
    58 Queens Rd
    SW19 8LR
    020 8946 8139
  • Dee's Day Nursery
    2 Mansel Road
    SW19 4AA
    020 8944 0284
  • Nutkins Nursery
    Beaumont Road
    SW19 6TF
    020 8780 5001

Nursery Schools

  • Trinity Nursery School
    The Holy Trinity Church Centre
    SW19 1RY
    020 8540 3868
  • The Hill Kindergarten
    65 Wimbledon Hill Road
    SW19 7QP
    020 8946 7467
  • The Wimbledon Village Montessori School
    26 Lingfield Road
    SW19 4QD
    020 8944 0772

Independent Schools

  • Rokeby School
    Kingston upon Thames
    KT2 7PB
    020 8942 2247
  • King's College Junior School
    Southside Wimbledon Common
    SW19 4TT
    020 8255 5335
  • King's College School
    Southside Wimbledon Common
    SW19 4TT
    020 8255 5300
  • Wimbledon Common Preparatory School
    SW19 4TA
    020 8946 1001
  • The Study Preparatory School
    Wilberforce House
    Camp Road
    SW19 4UN
    020 8947 6969
  • Wimbledon High School
    Mansel Road
    SW19 4AB
    020 8971 0900
  • Putney High School
    35 Putney Hill
    SW15 6BH9
    020 8788 4886
  • Holy Cross Preparatory School
    George Street
    Kingston upon Thames
    KT2 7NU
    020 8942 0729
  • Ricards Lodge High School
    Lake Road
    SW19 7HB
    020 8946 2208
  • Bishop Gilpin Primary School
    Lake Road
    SW19 7EP
    020 8946 66
  • The Rowans
    19 Drax Avenue
    SW20 0EG
    020 8946 8220
  • Ibstock Place School
    Clarence Lane
    SW15 5PY
    020 8876 9991
  • The Hall School
    17 The Downs
    SW20 8HF
    020 8946 9200
  • Marymount International School
    George Road
    Kingston upon Thames
    KT2 7PE
    020 8949 0571
  • The Norwegian School
    28 Arterberry Road
    SW20 8AH
    020 8947 6617

Bars and Restaurants


  • Chez Bruce
    2 Bellevue Road
    SW17 7EG
    020 8672 0114
  • Thai Tho
    Wimbledon Village
    SW19 5DX
    020 8296 9034
  • Cannizaro House
    SW19 4UE
    020 8879 1464
  • Lawn Bistro
    SW19 5EE
    020 8947 8278
  • Aubaine
    Wimbledon Village
    SW19 5DX
    020 3434 1960
  • Cote Bistro
    Wimbledon Village
    SW19 5DX
    020 8947 7100


  • The Fire Stables
    27-29 Church Road
    SW19 5DQ
    020 8946 3197
  • The Common Room
    18 High Street
    Wimbledon Village
    SW19 5DX
    020 8944 1909
  • The Dog & Fox
    24 High Street
    SW19 5EA
    020 8946 6565

Hospitals and Medical practices

  • The Church Lane Practice
    2 Church Lane
    SW19 3NY
    020 8542 1174
  • Dr M.G Iyer
    48 Inner Park Road
    SW19 6DD
    020 8788 3231
  • Drs Jones J.R & Provost G.C
    67 Vineyard Hill Road
    SW19 7JL
    020 8947 2579
  • The Village Practice
    35a High Street
    Wimbledon Village
    020 8946 4820
  • The Groves Medical Centre
    171 Clarence Avenue
    KT3 3TX
    08444 778593
  • Parkside Hospital
    53 Parkside
    SW19 5NX
    020 8971 8000
  • Priory Hospital
    Priory Lane
    SW15 5JJ
    020 8876 8261
  • St George's Hospital
    Blackshaw Road
    SW17 0QT
    020 8672 1255
  • Kingston Hospital
    Galsworthy Road
    020 8546 7711
  • The Queen Mary's Hospital
    Roehampton Lane
    SW15 5PN
    020 8789 6611

Theatres and cinemas


  • Polka Theatre
    240 The Broadway Wimbledon
    SW19 1SB
    020 8543 4888
  • New Wimbledon Theatre
    The Broadway Wimbledon
    SW19 1QG


  • ODEON Wimbledon
    The Piazza
    The Broadway Wimbledon
    SW19 1QB